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Levinson D'Souza
@LEvinson2504
hey, this might be noob question but I don't see icons in spacevim, theyre like rectangles
do I need to install something?
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@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: do you have rg or ag installed?
wsdjeg: and make sure :pwd is the root of your project. (re @SpaceVimBot: omarkhwarzmi_twitter: I add @todo in my code and run it , it's give a void window with nothing)
Wang Shidong
@wsdjeg
Wang Shidong
@wsdjeg
@LEvinson2504 you need to install nerdfonts
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
jomaweb: any hint on activating CSV mode in Spacevim? I mean, the rainbow CSV mode
Levinson D'Souza
@LEvinson2504
@wsdjeg I installed something but I guess its not the right one
but I am trying to get coc.vim working but I get this error
[coc.nvim]: Some plugin change completeopt on insert mode: Last set from ~/.cache/vimfiles/repos/github.com/Shougo/neocomplete/autoload/neocomplete/
for the icons will downloading any from here https://www.nerdfonts.com/font-downloads and setting the font to it work?
Levinson D'Souza
@LEvinson2504
can I add the coc config to $MYVIMRC using spacevim?
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: what is rainbow csv mode? (re @SpaceVimBot: jomaweb: any hint on activating CSV mode in Spacevim? I mean, the rainbow CSV mode)
**`wsdjeg:`** please read the doc of autocomplete layer (re @SpaceVimBot: LEvinson2504: [coc.nvim]: Some plugin change completeopt on insert mode: Last set from ~/.cache/vimfiles/repos/github.com/Shougo/neocomplete/autoload/neocomplete/)
hainakus
@hainakus
good day. i am new to vim and spacevim. is there a way to drill down methods and files?
hainakus
@hainakus
via plugins?
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
Hi @hainakus, I am new to SpaceVim, too. There is a vista plugin for browsing methods.
Regarding files, do you mean a file browser? There are some included ones, such as defx. https://spacevim.org/documentation/#file-tree
Also, I feel coc-explorer and ranger.vim are better ones.
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
However, when I use ranger.vim, I had an issue with the tabline. It does not activate the tab with the opened file (after closing ranger) and still shows the previous tab in front.
If anyone else uses ranger, please let me know how you deal with the problem. Thanks.
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@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: @patzhang You can use github issue. It seems this is issue with how range.vim open files?
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
Sure. Will do, thanks.
Jose Palma
@jrpalma
I have a question: What do I need to do in order to get "Scratch Buffer" functionality. I tried: "SPC b s switch to the scratch buffer (create it if needed)". However, I do not have the "s" option for scratch. Am I missing a plugin?
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
@jrpalma Same here. I do not have the s option for scratch, either. I suppose the feature is removed, but the doc is not updated.
Jose Palma
@jrpalma
@patzhang I started using: https://github.com/mtth/scratch.vim plugin.
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
@jrpalma It looks handy. You can bind it to SPC b s then. 😃 I notice there is also an SPC b N for a new empty buffer. I may try the scratch plugin when I feel I do not have too many plugins.
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@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: It seems the key binding is missing. SPC b s should be added. can you open an issue? @jrpalma
codic12
@codic12
I have know idea what happened, but today I opened Nvim and I don't have my devicons (installed with name = "ryanoasis/vim-devicons" under custom_plugins). :SPUpdate showed vim-devicons in the list of installed plugins but did not fix it
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: sorry, I do not use that plugin.
Jakub Nowak
@MrQubo
@codic12 I have it configured like this and it works (in vim at least)
[[custom_plugins]]
  name = 'ryanoasis/vim-devicons'
  lazy = 1
  depends = [
    'Shougo/vimfiler.vim',
    'Shougo/unite.vim',
    'Shougo/denite.nvim',
    'powerline/powerline',
    'vim-airline/vim-airline',
    'scrooloose/nerdtree',
  ]
Jakub Nowak
@MrQubo

Hey guys, how do I comment out a line of code in spacevim

@qballer Click SPC and you should see a list of different commands, under "c" you have comments.

Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
Hi all, I am new to SpaceVim and I would like to know your thoughts on this issue. I have seen people are using coc-nvim and a batch of coc extensions. Lots of configurations are in the coc-settings.json file. After using coc-nvim, the init.toml becomes much shorter because not that many layers from SpaceVim are used (if there are similar coc-extensions). I wonder if migrating to coc-nvim is the way to go. Thanks.
codic12
@codic12
@MrQubo Nope, still don't have my icons, hmmmm
Willian Ver Valem Paiva
@WillianPaiva
hello I'm having some troubles with the bootstrap before and after the functions are never called. any one can help? i used exactly how it is on the documentation
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: use SPC h L to get runtime log
wsdjeg: you will see the error message
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
david_node: @wsdjeg what do you think on doom emacs with evil mode. why are you preferring the idea of a vim distribution?
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: hmm, I don1 know. Vim is my first editor
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
david_node: @wsdjeg just was interested in your thoughts on this, thanks
Martin Toledo Do Pazo
@martintdp
Hi folks! I have two issues with the Lisp layer, both around the Vlime plugin, the plugin defines key mappings through a list and registers them through a function. In the layer file we are redefining the mappings list, but the list doesn't conform with what the function expects -each mapping in the list is supposed to have 4 elements: mode, key combination, command to execute and description. We are not defining a description in our mappings-. The other problem is that a couple of the commands to execute are missing their namespace and therefore are not found.
I would like to know if you have an opinion on what's the best approach for this, at the moment I'm dealing with the issue by removing the redefinition in the layer file thus keeping the original Vlim keybindings
Patrick Zhang
@patzhang
@david_node I used doom emacs briefly. I feel Vim is mainly an editor and it is much faster than Emacs. Vim provides a better experience in a terminal. On the other hand, doom emacs is still a configuration for Emacs. It is much more functionality than Vim. Doom emacs loads faster than Spacemacs, but still not as responsive as vim in a terminal. Using Space as the leader key is very similar through.
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@SpaceVimBot
Pontifici: Saw some people asking re adding language-specific key bindings using bootstrap functions and that it doesn't work. Think it's because SpaceVim#mapping#space#refrashLSPC() resets g:_spacevim_mappings_space.l subdictionary, and a workaround of making a small change to SpaceVim#mapping#space#regesit_lang_mapping() so s:language_specified_mappings is list-valued and SpaceVim#mapping#space#refrashLSPC() calls each funcref in turn. Some other ideas?
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@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: yeah, these is an open issue about it.
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Paul Laudeman
@paullaudeman
noticed that my spacevim dumps the following error message now when hitting space ~ any ideas how to fix?
Error detected while processing function SpaceVim#mapping#guide#start_by_prefix[30]..<SNR>54_start_buffer[4]..<SNR>54_winopen[7]..81:
line   21:
E714: List required
Error detected while processing function SpaceVim#mapping#guide#start_by_prefix[30]..<SNR>54_start_buffer:
line    4:
E714: List required
Bot
@SpaceVimBot
wsdjeg: I can not reproduce it, what is your vim version and what is the git status in ~/.SpaceVim