History of 2019-11-04 Starting Emacs with custom configuration directory

20:12 UTC Revision 1 . . . . Marcin BorkowskiThe usual thing people are told to do when debugging/isolating Emacs problems is to say emacs -Q, that is, start Emacs without reading in any configuration. Sometimes, however, this may not be a good idea. When there is some problem with packages, however, we may actually want to load some things, like a minimal set of packages if we suspect they do not work together. Of course, what we don’t want is changing our configuration.