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    pajatopmr
    @pajatopmr
    I use multiple Mac laptops in my day to day hacking. At work, at home, out of my backpack where ever I happen to be. While Emacs in the Cloud is still a dream, I find the next best thing is utilizing something like Google Drive or DropBox to share files. I'm not so sure using Prelude and ~/.emacs out of Google Drive, for example, is a good idea or bad. Any thoughts or opinions?
    Charles Lowell
    @cowboyd
    Hi @bbatsov! have you considered packaging up the bits of prelude that change a lot as an elisp package? It seems like it would make keeping up to date a lot easier. If it’s something you’re open too, I’d love to see if I could help.
    Bryan Maass
    @escherize
    Hi, Not sure if this is the right place for it, but I just updated prelude, and it now appears that (helm-projectile-on) is not working.
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    Here's my messages buffer:
    Turn on helm-projectile key bindings
    ((63 "Commander help buffer." #[0 "ÂÃÄDÅÃÆÂEDCˆrÇ!qˆÈcˆ    Ƀ@@‰‰A²¢‰A²¢@ÊË#c¶‰T²A²‚¶ebˆÌ ˆÍpÎ\"ˆ)Ï ‡" [projectile-commander-help-buffer projectile-commander-methods err funcall #[0 "Á!‡" [projectile-commander-help-buffer kill-buffer] 2 "
    
    (fn)"] error #[257 "À‡" [nil] 2 "
    
    (fn IGNORED)"] get-buffer-create "Projectile Commander Methods:
    
    " 0 format "%c:    %s
    " ...] 11 "
    
    (fn)"]) (65 "Find ag on project." #[nil "ÀÁ!‡" [call-interactively helm-projectile-ag] 2]) (68 "Open project root in dired." #[0 "À ‡" [projectile-dired] 1 "
    
    (fn)"]) (82 "Regenerate the project's [e|g]tags." #[0 "À ‡" [projectile-regenerate-tags] 1 "
    
    (fn)"]) (84 "Find test file in project." #[0 "À ‡" [projectile-find-test-file] 1 "
    
    (fn)"]) (97 "Run ack on project." #[nil "ÀÁ!‡" [call-interactively helm-projectile-ack] 2]) (98 "Switch to project buffer." #[nil "À ‡" [helm-projectile-switch-to-buffer] 1]) (100 "Find directory in project." #[nil "À ‡" [helm-projectile-find-dir] 1]) (101 "Find recently visited file in project." #[nil "À ‡" [helm-projectile-recentf] 1]) (102 "Find file in project." #[nil "À ‡" [helm-projectile-find-file] 1]) (103 "Run grep on project." #[nil "À ‡" [helm-projectile-grep] 1]) (106 "Find tag in project." #[0 "À ‡" [projectile-find-tag] 1 "
    
    (fn)"]) ...)
    And then, running helm-M-x, shows me the following keybindings for helm-projectile-* http://take.ms/iLB8h
    Bryan Maass
    @escherize
    The weirdest thing is that (define-key global-map [(control c)(p)(s)(s)] (function helm-projectile-ag)) does not bind the key...
    For now I've found the workaround: (define-key global-map [(control c)(p)(s)(S)] (function helm-projectile-ag))
    tomb7890
    @tomb7890
    Hi! Can anyone help me disable some syntax higlighting words in Ruby code?
    For example, 'MusicManager' is highlighed in garish pink. Probably there is a minor mode I can disable if I knew what it was. I don't believe it is flycheck.
    ldeck
    @ldeck

    @bbatsov (and all), are you using web-mode? Each time I type into the buffer, the text is not auto-highlighted and thus not syntax aware.

    Commenting out this config (setq whitespace-line-column 80000) seemed to fix the issue.

    Han Tuzun
    @hantuzun
    how does prelude play with ergomacs? Can I install prelude and simply add ergomacs to my config.el file and hope that they'll work fine together?
    Michael Pankov
    @mkpankov
    anyone tried Prelude with 25.1 yet?
    zhijia,.zhang
    @jiahut
    does emacs 25.1 release ?
    ldeck
    @ldeck

    @mkpankov @jiahut I’ve just recently updated to 25.1.

    The only problem I’ve found is the move-text-up moves the cursor one extra line upwards than it should, so you can’t do continuous moves (to move a line of text) as the cursor is in the wrong position after each move.

    Anyone else seen that? Or more importantly, have a fix?

    Jesse cogollo
    @jessecogollo
    Hi there, How I can auto complete (reserve words) with js-mode using prelude?
    Jan Ehrhardt
    @jehrhardt
    Is there a way in prelude to load a mode automatically on all source code buffers?
    Actually I would like to enable linum-mode on my source code, but (global-linum-mode t) would enable it everywhere.
    Pavel Argentov
    @argent-smith
    ppl, I have troubles with «moving lines up/down» thing. where to post a Q?
    Koustubh Sinkar
    @ksinkar
    @bbatsov Can you please have a look at these PRs:-
    1. https://git.io/vXaQE (#999)
    2. https://git.io/vXaQ2 (#1015)
    Compro Prasad
    @Compro-Prasad
    After export of org to pdf, links are inside red rectangles. I want them to be blue but don't know how to do it from org-mode.
    apostiglioni
    @apostiglioni

    Hi, I'm a vim user moving to emacs to develop in clojure.

    I have enabled prelude-evil mode to help me transition from vim.

    I need some help about how to unbind the arrow keys in insert mode, so they do nothing. Right now it looks like it's trying to execute some sort of autocomplete, and I get messages like: No dynamic expansion for ...

    Below are the modules I have active in my prelude-modules.el

    (require 'prelude-erc)
    (require 'prelude-ido)
    (require 'prelude-helm)
    (require 'prelude-helm-everywhere)
    (require 'prelude-company)
    (require 'prelude-evil)
    (require 'prelude-c)
    (require 'prelude-clojure)
    (require 'prelude-common-lisp)
    (require 'prelude-emacs-lisp)
    (require 'prelude-js)
    (require 'prelude-lisp)
    (require 'prelude-org) ;; Org-mode helps you keep TODO lists, notes and more
    (require 'prelude-perl)
    (require 'prelude-scheme)
    (require 'prelude-shell)
    (require 'prelude-xml)
    apostiglioni
    @apostiglioni
    answer to my own question:
    (evil-define-key 'insert clojure-mode-map [up]    (lambda () (interactive) (message "Arrow key is disabled in interactive mode")))
    (evil-define-key 'insert clojure-mode-map [down]  (lambda () (interactive) (message "Arrow key is disabled in interactive mode")))
    (evil-define-key 'insert clojure-mode-map [left]  (lambda () (interactive) (message "Arrow key is disabled in interactive mode")))
    (evil-define-key 'insert clojure-mode-map [right] (lambda () (interactive) (message "Arrow key is disabled in interactive mode")))
    Koustubh Sinkar
    @ksinkar
    hello
    bbatsov: Hi, Can you please check my PRs and give some response?
    Anas Ayubi
    @anasayubi
    Hey guys. I'm a newcomer to emacs and I decided to use with prelude as my initial configuration. Lost about a couple of things though. I know that the SHIFT+arrows is disabled to select text. So the question really is how do I select text with guru mode enabled?
    Koustubh Sinkar
    @ksinkar
    C-space
    Karl
    @KarlFish

    Thoughts on using inter instead of haskell-mode?

    https://github.com/bbatsov/prelude/blob/master/modules/prelude-haskell.el becomse:
    (prelude-require-package 'intero) (add-hook 'haskell-mode-hook 'intero-mode)

    Pro: More features for stack based development (type of selection is really cool)

    Con: Requires stack to be installed. I don't know how much of it works in cabal or nix based builds

    Ashley Smith
    @Crysikrend
    Hey everyone! New here. So, I wanted to ask how to change the powerline theme in prelude? None of the commands seems to work
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    Rodrigo Valin
    @rodrigovalin
    hey guys, I just updated prelude and my TAB key is not working
    is it possible I broke something? it will not indent or get file diffs in magit, for instance
    ok... np, now it is working :(
    but I didn't do anything
    Bruno Bonacci
    @BrunoBonacci
    Hi, Is there a way to install a older version of a package in Prelude? I'm working on a old Clojure 1.5.1 project and the latest CIDER doesn't work with it. In the doc it is mentioned that 0.10.x is the latest version which supports Clojure 1.5, therefore I tried to download it and install it manually under elpa/ folder and remove the latest. However upon restart, Emacs re-install the latest version anyway. Any suggestions?
    Paul Walsh
    @pwalsh
    Just a heads up for Python devs. I wrote a package for Pipenv (now the officially recommended Python packing tool) integration with Emacs. I am happy to integrate with Prelude if any interest, and would appreciate any feedback on this early release.
    Maurycy Szmurlo
    @mszmurlo
    Hi. While defining a macro [C-x (], when I type a space after colons (":") or a dot ("."), etc, I get "<Hangul> is undefined". I running on emacs 24.5.1. Any idea how to cope with that ?
    xp
    @renzhi
    Hi, I just cloned the prelude repo and start it up, but I got the error "Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function projectile-global-mode)". That's in core/prelude-editor.el. Could someone give a hint on what's up with this?
    Gil Tomás
    @gtms
    @bbatsov, been using prelude for at least five years, absolutely love it. Recently noticed you decided to unplug god-mode from the distribution, any reason in particular for it?
    Oscar Vargas Torres
    @oscarvarto
    Hi! I cannot find the way to make use-package to work correctly with prelude. Any hint?
    gyromagnetic
    @gyromagnetic
    Hi, I would like to disable the whitespace-line-column highlighting in org-mode. I tried turning off whitespace-mode in org-mode by adding the following to custom.el: (setq whitespace-global-modes '(not org-mode)), but this had no effect that I could see. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.
    Yaodong Zhao
    @yaodong
    Hi. I'm new here. Does anyone know why the module is wrapped using "with-eval-after-load -> prelude-hook -> mode-hook" pattern?
    Scott Gerring
    @scottgerring
    hey guys, is it appropriate / wise / good to check .emacs.d into my personal dotfiles repo after setting it all up, or is there a better way I should be aware of?
    Jinxin (Brian) Yang
    @ichoyjx
    Hi all, I used to be able to open two files at startup and emacs will show both files in a split windows. I cannot do that now with prelude settings, has anyone tried to configure this?
    @bbatsov
    aczapszys
    @aczapszys
    Split window is the behavior I see when I pass two files on the command line. I have not changed any settings.
    Mike Oliver
    @mklvr
    I'm trying to unbind "C-c o" by putting (global-unset-key (kbd "C-c o")) in a file at ~/.emacs.d/personal/misc.el. It doesn't seem to be unsetting that keybinding. What am I doing wrong?
    Might be related to issue #1235