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duianto
@duianto
cqs: The recent files list probably comes from:
~/.emacs.d/.cache/recentf
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<mroh> mornfall: no, i have spacemacs open for weeks w/ lots of buffers. it doesnt get slower
<mornfall> mroh: well, it does get slower for me... substantially slower :⁠(
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<mroh> maybe its a specific mode in your setup? does it get slower after, say open a c file or so?
<mornfall> 43 minutes of CPU time in 12 hours of running
<mornfall> i'll try disabling auto-revert-buffers, that is one thing i know has a suspect timer
<mroh> wow... modeline is often a good candidate
<mornfall> i slimmed down the modeline all i could already (no hud, no unicode)
<mroh> if i remember right, you said its not slow in emacs (w/o spacemacs), so i guess, its not auto-revert-buffer
<mornfall> actually flycheck possibly puts unicode characters in the modeline :\ hm
<mornfall> well, last time i ran 'plain' emacs is a few years ago... it wasn't slow back then, but there's been a few major releases since then
<mroh> you can try M-x profiler-start and see where the cpu goes...
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@FromIRC
<mornfall> i'll try that (again) later, i have to run... (last time i tried the profiler, it just gave me a long list of functions each taking a small fraction of the total time)
<mroh> yeah...
duianto
@duianto

cqs: It's also possible to delete entries from the SPC f r recentf list in Spacemacs.

  • Helm actions are accessed with C-z. The bottom of the list has the entry Delete file(s) from recentf.
  • Ivy actions are opened with M-o and D is the action: delete from list.

In helm multiple entries can be selected with C-SPC before deleting them. I don't know if it's possible to selected multiple entries in ivy.

Amos Bird
@amosbird
Hello
# and * doesn't work in visual mode
the interactive spec is (interactive (evil-operator-range))
I guess it isn't supposed to be used in visualmode?
Philipp Meier
@ordnungswidrig
When I use / as a move command during edit, g.g. c/abc/ to change up to abc, how to I disable the persistence of the search match highlighting?
I need to do sc everytime. I want to keep it when using \ for actual search
duianto
@duianto

@ordnungswidrig

(setq evil-ex-search-persistent-highlight nil)

seems to unhighlight after performing an operation + search.
It also changes / search highlighting slightly by hiding the highlights right after pressing RET, but they reappear and stay highlighted after pressing n or N.

Philipp Meier
@ordnungswidrig
cool thanks
The second fact (rehighliting) was what I missed
duianto
@duianto
There was some discussion about search highlighting here:
https://gitter.im/syl20bnr/spacemacs?at=5cf3ac4482c2dc79a539a65c
scroll down for more info, one of the snippets unhighlights automatically after a second (customizable) of pressing n or N.
Javier Candeira
@candeira
I'm trying to understand Spacemacs/Emacs configuration, and I'm a bit at a loss. Is web-mode something that comes with Spacemacs by default?
It appears to have been installed by installing the html layer. How can I change the defaults?
duianto
@duianto
@candeira Correct the web-mode package is part of the html layer. You just add the web-mode specific configurations to your dostpacemacs/user-config section in .spacemacs. This might be the official page that lists customizations for web-mode: http://web-mode.org/
Javier Candeira
@candeira
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<cqs> @duianto thanks
Javier Candeira
@candeira
I just made a super small PR, and CI tells me it doesn't pass Emacs 25 and Emacs 26. Seems to me this is an existing problem for develop branch. What's my next step? Wait until it's fixed in develop, then rebase and push?
duianto
@duianto
The test issues are unrelated to your PR. You don't have to do anymore unless a reviewer suggests a change. From a quick check it seems to be fine.
Javier Candeira
@candeira
Ta.
Daniel Caixinha
@dcaixinha
hey folks, anyone already using vterm inside spacemacs? if so, do you know how to make C-r go to the terminal (for the reverse-search)?
thanks :pray:
so far I've tried
(define-key vterm-mode-map (kbd "C-r") #'vterm--self-insert)
but that doesn't work :confused:
Daniel Caixinha
@dcaixinha
ah, found the root cause. for reference, I'm using evil so I needed to define the key using evil-define-key, such as:
    (evil-define-key 'insert vterm-mode-map (kbd "C-r")      #'vterm--self-insert)
vv111y
@vv111y
RE: help with layer creaton. I would like to create a toggle such that for supported languages there is a choice of which repl to run. This includes altering the SPC m s keybindings. This is for the emacs-jupyter package, which can be used as the repl for several languages. What is the proper way to do this? Thanks.
This could involve having more than one REPL available at a time for any given buffer
vv111y
@vv111y
I think I only need to toggle keybindings, perhaps create a small override-repl-map
Grant Shangreaux
@gcentauri
@chama-chomo - wasn't me, (pipenv update) but glad it started working for you! :)
Grant Shangreaux
@gcentauri
@vv111y that sounds a bit tricky to me. first you'd want to identify if a layer already "owns" (that is does the initial configuration for) the emacs-jupyter package. if there isn't one, then a jupyter layer could handle adding hooks to the several languages it supports as a repl. these are the hooks that would be run after a package for one of those languages is required in its own layer. the thing to do "properly" is to make sure that the code works if a user does not have one of those language packages installed
if this is a feature you want to create, it may be worth making an issue to track it and get advice on the GitHub
vv111y
@vv111y
@gcentauri There is a private layer here https://github.com/benneti/spacemacs-jupyter, which I am using. It is not owned anywhere else. The package does define a minor-mode with it's own keybindings. Right now I am thinking of a 'wrapper' minor-mode to integrate with spacemacs. It also has its own way of associating buffers. It is tricky indeed
vv111y
@vv111y
@gcentauri Thanks for the help. I almost forgot to say that.
Dennis Mayr
@dennismayr
Anybody using the dart layer beyond commit 16f283898? There's a change that breaks functionality, namely setting dart-mode for Dart files and invoking lsp
duianto
@duianto
@dennismayr Sorry about that, I responded on the commit with a possible cause/fix of the breakage.
Andrea D'Amore
@anddam
howdy, I imported key 066DAFCB81E42C40 into ~/.emacs.d/elpa/gnupg and yet spacemacs tells me it fails to verify archive-contents.sig signature
Andrea D'Amore
@anddam
oh, I hade /elpa/devel/gnupg