Created by: jordonbiondo
Current, the quelpa package is loaded when quelpa-use-package is loaded. However, it does not need to actually be loaded until the first call to
quelpa is autoloaded from the quelpa package on which quelpa-use-package requires, it will be required in on demand when needed.
This allows me to write declarations like this:
(use-package something :if (not (package-installed-p 'something)) :quelpa (something ...))
The benefit here is that when all the quelpa packages in my config are already installed, quelpa won't be loaded at all on init because
quelpa is never actually called. This reduced my typical init time by ~20% but still allows me to have quelpa packages on init if they aren't around.