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Pawel Ceranka
@pawelceranka_twitter
Hi! I've been using spacemacs with clojure. In clojure names with > can be idiomatic in some codebases but this seems to trip the evil "star search" i.e. * on a symbol e.g. ->hash-map.
Expeced behaviour would be highlight the whole ->hash-map thing and jump to next occurence. I'm guessing it's some word boundry/regex issue with <, is there any known workaround? Thaanks!
Julio Borja Barra
@juboba
Hi all. Is there any existing mode for mdx files? (https://mdxjs.com/)
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@juboba As far as I can find here, markdown-mode should support mdx files. So just install the markdown layer
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<penguwin> Hey there, I'm having a problem using the doom-modeline in spacemacs
<penguwin> emacs completely freezes when opening a go file with lsp backend (haven't tested other languages yet)
Henrique Jung
@henriquenj
Enable spacemacs/toggle-debug-on-error and call C-g when the freeze happens
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<penguwin> C-g doesn't help here (slammed that key waaaay to often)
Henrique Jung
@henriquenj
Not even with the toggle?
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<penguwin> Sadly not. However I can recover with sigterming emacs after pressing C-g a couple of times
<penguwin> thus this does not print some debug information
Henrique Jung
@henriquenj
Sorry I gave you the wrong function name
toggle-debug-on-quit this is the right one
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<penguwin> Ok did that, the minibuffer updates and says Entering debugger... but nothing else is happening
<penguwin> I can at least reproduce this behavior with a pretty vanilla spacemacs conf
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@FromIRC
<penguwin> I'll open an issue for this and switch to the spacemacs modline for now
<penguwin> thanks for your help @henriquenj
Henrique Jung
@henriquenj
I would check if there's any subprocess using CPU like crazy
I use doom-modeline with LSP but it is for Java and C++. Sometimes there are freezes but only when it's first starting
Jeff-avatar
@Jeff-avatar

When I update my emacs to 27.1 or 28, I got the follow error:

spacemacs git layer Error (use-package): magit/:config: Symbol’s function definition is void: evil-magit-init

Anybody has ideas what is going with git and magit? Thank you.

Jeff-avatar
@Jeff-avatar
Looks like evil-magit is not installed, and it shows, "Package evil-magit is unavailable"
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai

@Jeff-avatar This was discussed here very recently (just scroll up about 15 messages)... in summary:

There is one more warning which I am getting in the Messages

evil-magit is obsolete. This package is now part of evil-collection. Having both installed will cause unintended behavior.
A fix is on its way
paxsali
@paxsali
You guys know a good alternative to the imenu-list layer? I don't like the fact that it starts counting from 1 in the window list when the imenu-list-position is left, unlike other sidewindows, like Treemacs and such (they count as window number 0). I also don't like it's status bar, which kinda seems "default" emacs and not very "spacemacsey". I coined the word "spacemacsey" first, in case it goes viral...
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@paxsali you can add the following code to your user-config
(defun winum-assign-0-to-ilist ()
  (when (string-match-p (buffer-name) "\\*Ilist\\*") 10))

(add-to-list
 'winum-assign-functions #'winum-assign-0-to-ilist)
I read the modeline can be customized: https://github.com/bmag/imenu-list#display. But I have no experience with that
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Haha... it will probably take some time, but in the end this word will be used to refer to golden standard for good looking objects... and people
paxsali
@paxsali
@dalanicolai what does the 10 do there?
Wojciech Niedźwiedź
@Niedzwiedzw
howdy, hope I won't start another editor war :D but I'm trying to integrate vetur into kakoune lsp. I can see that spacemacs (of which I am a user for over a year now) has had a success with it and I don't see any hacks in the source code for that layer, whereas when trying to use it with kakoune I'm getting some weird errors. Is there any dev that thouched upon the vue layer that could maybe take a look at the error messages given that vetur devs seem to be going through some kind of midlife crysis and the project has kinda stalled?
vuejs/vetur#2648 @smile13241324 I thing you touched upon that code from what I can see in the github commits... mind sparing a minute or two?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@paxsali For some reason buffer number 0 is referred to as 10... but did you try it?
Jeff-avatar
@Jeff-avatar
@paxsali Thank you very much. For now, I just load the evil-magit manually. But looking forward to the real fix.
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Zhi Ping Ooi
@epixinvites

@Jeff-avatar This was discussed here very recently (just scroll up about 15 messages)... in summary:

There is one more warning which I am getting in the Messages

evil-magit is obsolete. This package is now part of evil-collection. Having both installed will cause unintended behavior.

im also experiencing the same problem

it broke my emacs
Evan Klitzke
@eklitzke
I want to take an existing prefix defined by spacemacs, and repurpose it for my own use; what's the right way to do that?
Erich L Foster
@erichlf
I have problem with magit and a particular repo... I got things to work in other repos, but in the one I actually care about I get: Wrong type argument: listp, "dm build ./waf install" When using SPC + g + s (magit status).
This is my compile command, so I have no idea why that is showing in the argument to magit status.
Henrique Jung
@henriquenj
@erichlf enable spacemacs/toggle-debug-on-error and see what the backtrace shows
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Erich L Foster
@erichlf

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp "dm build ./waf install")
dir-locals--get-sort-score("dm build ./waf install")

f(compiled-function (a b) #<bytecode 0x1fe76a129281>)("dm build ./waf install" projectile-project-compilation-cmd)

sort((setq) #f(compiled-function (a b) #<bytecode 0x1fe76a129281>))
dir-locals--sort-variables((setq))
dir-locals-read-from-dir("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue...")
hack-dir-local-variables()
hack-dir-local-variables-non-file-buffer()
magit-mode()
magit-status-mode()
magit-setup-buffer-internal(magit-status-mode nil ((magit-buffer-diff-args ("--no-ext-diff")) (magit-buffer-diff-files nil) (magit-buffer-log-args ("-n256" "--decorate")) (magit-buffer-log-files nil)))
magit-status-setup-buffer("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue...")
magit-status(nil ((4 . 5) (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." . magit-toplevel) . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue...") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-toplevel") . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-cdup") . "") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-cdup") . "../") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-toplevel") . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue")))
funcall-interactively(magit-status nil ((4 . 5) (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." . magit-toplevel) . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue...") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-toplevel") . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-cdup") . "") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-cdup") . "../") (("/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue..." "rev-parse" "--show-toplevel") . "/home/REDACTED/workspace/blue")))
call-interactively(magit-status nil nil)
command-execute(magit-status)

Andrew Sanchez
@andrewsanchez
What's the equivalent of , (the shortcut for spc m) while in insert mode?

Found it!

dotspacemacs-major-mode-emacs-leader-key is a variable defined in ‘core-dotspacemacs.el’. Its value is "C-M-m"

Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@andrewsanchez or M-m m
apj68
@apj68
G'morning, Spacemacs community... qq regarding layouts: I'm unable to add layouts beyond 0-9. It seems from the docs that there should be layouts available with C-0 through C-9, as well, but I don't get them. When I type CNTRL-{0-9} (in the layout menu) it just gives me layout 0-9. Do others have this issue or am I using the wrong key... ??
Robby O'Connor
@robbyoconnor
I'd just like to say @JAremko is awesome. That is all. Good day.
Julio Borja Barra
@juboba
thanks @dalanicolai I'll use markdown-mode
Eugene Yaremenko
@JAremko
@robbyoconnor :blush:
Robby O'Connor
@robbyoconnor
Just making sure people know who you are
Robby O'Connor
@robbyoconnor
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This is adorable lol
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