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g:python3_host_progis not set. Searching for python3 in the environment.
vimchina:You need to set PYTHON3_HOST_PROG for SpaceVim
*I'm using Archlinux, every packages should be recent. I have nvim v0.7.0 installed and now i got pynvim. When i run :python it returns "Argument required". I don't understand where to try "has(.python3')". When i run :python has(.python3')" it says "invalid syntax". I will try again tomorrow to use bootstrap scripts now that i have the nvim only SpaceVim and pynvim installed. Thanks for your help ! See you later
:python3 print("hello")is better to test
zirox_5000:Using list all Spacevim layers, I cannot find telescope anywhere in the list.
language-server-protocollayer and language you want to use.
noteness:nvm. it does show it on save
semayog:yes )) (re @SpaceVimBot: noteness: should i setup these completion engines also https://spacevim.org/layers/autocomplete/ ?)
noteness:semayog: which is the best engine in your opinion? things like deoplete and coc also seems to implement the language servers ?
semayog: In https://spacevim.org/layers/telescope/
<Leader> f o Fuzzy find*functions
but in real:
wsdjeg: use issue is better (re @semayog: In https://spacevim.org/layers/telescope/
<Leader> f o Fuzzy find functions
but in real: Fuzzy find outline)
noteness:semayog: https://github.com/neoclide/coc.nvim But this says coc has full lsp support and it runs it's own lsp (unless we configure it not to i think )
CsmcRvrs: Hello all. I'm hanging out on discord today. I'll be on for 30 minutes then away for 30 minutes throughout the day. I've been using SPACEVIM on and off for about a year now. There are some things I really like about SPACEVIM. Some things that seem like really simple things; but, seem really hard to do. Often some simple thing seems impossible for quite a while and then I bumble upon the solution and it's easy.
Currently I've been using SPACEVIM mostly to work with vimwiki. In the past I've used SPACEVIM to develop lua. Way back on another system I used SPACEVIM for latex and markdown.
In the future I plan on using SPACEVIM for Julia development.
Several times when I have stuck my head into this discord channel I've seen a question from a newbie, I've thought that doesn't seem like it should be that hard, so I go to figure it out, figure it out, return to this discord channel, and the newbie is long gone.
If there is something that you've been trying to do and it's just not working, post it today and I'll try to solve it today. If you are in answer mode let me know and I'll ask you some on-going question I've got.
Zitronenfresser:My nvim file is a link to spacevim
Right now I'm on a Windows10 with ubuntu subsystem for windows on it.
I usually use xubuntu so I'll look at that too in a bit.
So, I don't think I really use theme's per se. I am very fond of one particular colorscheme I've been using forever, i.e. elford.
So I do have these settings in my .Spacevim.d/init.toml file.
# set spacevim theme. by default colorscheme layer is not loaded, # if you want to use more colorscheme, please load the colorscheme # layer colorscheme = "elflord" colorscheme_bg = "dark" # Disable guicolors in basic mode, many terminal do not support 24bit # true colors
I think I've used a Molokai theme in the past so I just grepped around for Molokai and I found this:
...Users/<user>/.SpaceVim % find . -print | grep -i theme | grep molokai
I have another task I need to do but it will only take a half an hour and then I'll look on xubuntu.