I would like to start emacs with a default window configuration. The 'vanilla' config just opens a single window. After installing 'sr-speedbar' and adding
(sr-speedbar-open) to my init file, emacs starts two windows, split horizontally, the right one containing the speedbar. I can split the speedbar window vertically and open the buffer menu in the bottom window with
M-x buffer-menu. My screen now looks something like this:
-------- | |a| | |-| | |b| --------
where 'a' is the speedbar and 'b' is the buffer menu. How can I get this configuration on startup? I've tried:
(desktop-save-mode 1)Doesn't seem to affect window configuration.
- workgroups. This has some issues with splitting the speedbar window. It simply gives an error when loading. If I turn off the speedbar, it still doesn't work; the buffer menu is not loaded when I restart (the window locations are indeed saved correctly).
- Half of the things found here. As in #2, none of the packages actually load the buffer menu on startup.