left-padkind of thing where a single person forces everyone else to do what he thinks it's the best? i get the china thing, but still there are other ways of doing thing than just remove the issues all together.
While it’s still in google, you can click the three dots next to the search result and click cached
i try to search with my name can only find the issue title but not the title itself
how to configure mccabe with spacevim lsp?
checking on wayback machine also give me the same result
letharion:Both bb and p needs to be prefixed with space.
Diablo-D3:so you memorize spacevim's keybinds, and they work for all the plugins that do that job
wsdjeg:load the fzf layer. then use SPC p f to search files in current repo. \ f b to search buffers. SPC s / to search context. (re @SpaceVimBot: dpo: Thanks for the answers! I’m still a bit puzzled though. With fzf I was getting real-time results as I typed my search string. I’m not finding how to do the same with SpaceVim. I found a few greps here and there but they return thousands of results (I work in a very large git repo).)
Has anyone tried to get TreeSitter to work with spaceVim yet?
semayog:I am ))) works perfectly! (re @SpaceVimBot: timothyjlaurent: Has anyone tried to get TreeSitter to work with spaceVim yet?
semayog:The init.toml file:
lang#pythonlayer: I already enabled it in the
enabled_lintershowever I do not see the warning and error that I see when I run pylint from the console, could you help me?
edjroz: but I don't understand how to search for specific key bindings
Fuzzy find key bidnings It is possible to search for specific key bindings by pressing ? in the root of guide buffer. To narrow the list, just insert the mapping keys or descriptions of what mappings you want, Unite/Denite will fuzzy find the mappings, to find buffer related mappings:
the docs says that i can do it in the root of guide buffer
edjroz:but if I press for example
<space> ?I don't really get the finder
edjroz:any clarifications would be very welcomed
semayog:fcitx must be installed in the system.