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zhao-nan
@zhao-nan
hm. describe-variable user-init-file also says it used ~/.emacs.d/init.el, and that's the correct (spacemacs) file, but it is plain emacs...
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
But if you still have your .spacemacs file, I guess you can just reinstall spacemacs (remove/backup .emacs.d and clone Spacemacs again)
It takes a little longer (because Spacemacs will reinstall all your packages), but I guess after that Spacemacs should work
zhao-nan
@zhao-nan
ahh, i just tried that and now it tells me my emacs version is too old. ok. don't know why it didn't say that before, but that makes sense.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
What Emacs version are you using?
zhao-nan
@zhao-nan
apparently ubuntu 20.04 ships with emacs 26.3
i thought that was enough, but it isn't
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Ah okay... yeah I think I remember this 'requirement' was added just a few months ago
Jonathan Hill
@qizwiz
just setup spacemacs on a new work mac. Trying to connect magit-forge to my repo and I can't create my ~/.authinfo.gpg
haven't had this problem before :(
Robby O'Connor
@robby:oconnor.ninja
[m]
I detest setting up new laptops
I got everything setup the way I like it
timothymonteath
@timothymonteath
How can I bind a regex search and replace (like I would do in evil mode) to a single keybind in by .spacemacs?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Can you specify?
@timothymonteath
Bryce
@bryce-carson
I'm writing some code to insert really nice ASCII banners into the Spacemacs buffer, but I'm stuck on colours.
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I cannot get the face to display properly so that the colours are used.

apparently ubuntu 20.04 ships with emacs 26.3
i thought that was enough, but it isn't

Ubuntu 22.04?

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It ends up working like this. :)
Bryce
@bryce-carson
Animation coming soon with idle-timers as well. :)
Robby O'Connor
@robby:oconnor.ninja
[m]
Kidding -- good work :)
Demian Hespe
@Hespian
Hi, since I updated to the latest Spacemacs version (from a probably 2 year old version that I used before), my helm-swoop buffer no longer has syntax highlighting. The Messages buffer doesn't show any errors that sound related. Can anyone hint me to what I could try?
ngunyie
@ngunyie:matrix.org
[m]
What is the approximate download size of the spacemacs installation?
inwit
@agenbite
Is anyone getting their org-mode files broken by spacemacs writing some parts of the home buffer into them?
Zach
@NotBrianZach
is there a way to launch certain layouts at boot? also if possible via evaling some emacs lisp on the command line?
(if (boundp 'startup-layout-custom) (spacemacs/custom-layouts-transient-state/spacemacs/custom-perspective-@custom-and-exit)
i tried that at end of dotspacemacs/user-config
Zach
@NotBrianZach
but i don't think spaceamcs/custom-layouts-transient-state/spacemacs/custom-perspective is quite what I am looking for
invoking emacs like emacs --with-profile spacemacs --eval '(setq startup-layout-custom 1)'
Zach
@NotBrianZach
spacemacs/load-eyebrowse-for-perspective maybe could use this instead, albeit requires saving layouts to files
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<Mat_42> Maybe this would help:
<Mat_42> ;; If nil, you can slightly boost invoke speed in exchange for text color
<Mat_42> (setq helm-swoop-speed-or-color t)
<Mat_42> @Hespian
Demian Hespe
@Hespian
I've already tried that but it didn't change anything :/
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@FromIRC
<Mat_42> Strange, for me it is working
<Mat_42> Maybe there is something in your configuration which interfers with this
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@FromIRC
<Mat_42> To clarify, if I try to evaluate it in the scratch buffer and then use swoop in a cpp buffer, it is not work (no syntax highlighting)
<Mat_42> If I try to evaluate it directly in the cpp buffer it does work
<Mat_42> I do not know the reason
<Mat_42> *read "it does not work", not "it is not work"
<Mat_42> Now if I put it in user-config (in .spacemacs) it works aswell
timothymonteath
@timothymonteath
@dalanicolai I often find I keep selecting text in evil mode and running a :'<,'>s/\n/ /gto replace newlines with spaces, but it can be a bore to keep typing it out so I would like to bind it to a key with `spacemacs/set-leader-keys' but I'm not sure how to specify a evil mode regex here
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Demian Hespe
@Hespian
I use SPC-s-s while in a cpp buffer and I get no highlighting. What do you put into your user-config?
Oh, actually, when adding (setq helm-swoop-speed-or-color t) to user-config it works. When setting it via set-variable it doesn't. Sorry for not getting what you meant and thanks for the help!
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<Mat_42> No worries. Glad it works!
Md Samin Yasar Islam
@GuessWhatBBQ
The treemacs git mode seems to be failing for me. Refreshing with r does not change the buffer to reflect changes made in git (committing etc). An even simpler example where it fail is when I make changes to a file and then undo the change. The buffer still highlights the file as if it's changed even if I manually refresh using r.
Restarting emacs seems to do the trick though but that's hardly a solution
I've set it to deferred mode in my config