The latest 0.3 version of your favourite auto-saving library makes it
easier to customize the hook triggers (see
and adds an option to ignore remote (TRAMP) files (see
As a refresher -
super-save will save modified files automatically
on certain command (e.g.
switch-to-buffer) and hook triggers
Both of those are configurable via
super-save-triggers and (starting
super-save-hook-triggers. Here are a couple of examples:
;; add integration with ace-window (add-to-list 'super-save-triggers 'ace-window) ;; save on find-file (add-to-list 'super-save-hook-triggers 'find-file-hook)
You can now turn off
super-save for remote files like this:
(setq super-save-remote-files nil)
It seems that now
super-save is beyond perfect, so don’t expect the
next release any time soon!
super-save was extracted from
Prelude, but for some reason I
actually forgot to add it to Prelude. Today that changes as well!
Mostly because it was perfect from the start. ↩