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SPC g s? Or are you on a branch other than master?
kkeys, and then hit TAB to see the changes
SPC g .(notice dot) and use
I have the same issue as @riwim mentioned earlier today.
Skipping rebuild of c:/Users/thoma/.emacs.d/.cache/quelpa/packages/evil-unimpaired-0.1pre0.20161013.05215.el Error getting PACKAGE-DESC: (file-error Opening input file no such file or directory c:/Users/thoma/.emacs.d/.cache/quelpa/packages/evil-unimpaired-0.1pre0.20161013.5215.el)
On Windows, using emacsbinw64, tried both the 24.5.1 release as well as the 25.1 release. with Spacemacs 0.200.1. Fresh install.
Any known fixes for this?
spc land the sublayouts with
spc l w, although i think the sublayouts are called workspaces
SPC g sfor magit status, then
?for a help popup
(spacemacs/declare-prefix-for-mode 'matlab-mode "m" "major-mode-cmd")
declare-prefix-for-modethat it looks like it tries to automatically add "m" as a prefix if the mode is a major mode, but I don't see that category in which key. Additionally, attempting to directly add a command with stuff
(spacemacs/set-leader-keys-for-major-mode 'matlab-mode "d" 'matlab-shell)doesn't seem to accomplish anything.
SPC g .(it needs the
Golayer. I did everything said in
README.md, but I still have following error :
eldoc error: (file-error Searching for program No such file or directory gocode) [2 times]
Question: how to load a local el file in my own custom layer?
In my spacemacs custom layer, I wanted to load a local
robot-mode.el downloaded from https://github.com/sakari/robot-mode/blob/master/robot-mode.el .
(defun xixiao-custom/init-robot-mode ()
robot-mode.elto relative path
local/robot-mode/robot-mode.elunder the custom layer location.
Required feature 'robot-mode' was nto provided
(provide 'robot-mode)in robot-mode.el
(require 'robot-mode)(which is what use-package does)
(load "robot-mode")instead probably.
dotspacemacs-command-key ",", and in
(define-key evil-motion-state-map ":" 'evil-repeat-find-char-reverse). Any idea why neither is working, i.e, pressing
:still gives command mode and
,still gives reverse
dotspacemacs-command-keywas replaced by
dotspacemacs-ex-command-key, and is now an alias for
dotspacemacs-emacs-command-key. did you not update your dotfile when upgrading to 0.200?
SPC f e Dopens an ediff session between your dotfile and the template
Trying to use
doom-molokai them and getting the following message
Warning (spacemacs): An error occurred while retrieving the theme, using default theme. (error: (file-error Cannot open load file no such file or directory dash))
Anyone tried either theme above? It worked the first time I tried it but now theme doesn't take effect with above message. On ubuntu 14.04
doom-themes-*package from elpha folder, the theme loads okay. But then fails as above on subsequent spacemacs restart
Git goes to the end of the buffer in evil mode, but if I switch mode and press
Gagain gnus offers many commands under this key.
(spacemacs/load-theme 'doom-one)even though during the startup, it will be whatever other theme you have first in the list
Gbinding is an important one, you can make PR/report an issue with an alternative binding
(evil-set-initial-state 'gnus-group-mode 'emacs)avoids switching each time, would this be welcome to be added in the layer description?
emacsclient -c --eval "(progn (spacemacs/toggle-maximize-buffer) (spacemacs/home))"
SPC p fcreates a helm buffer where one can fuzzy match on a project's files. Is there a similar command that can work with a directory? So calling it would prompt for a directory and allow fuzzy matching inside the given directory only.
SPC p flists the full path of the files which makes it nice to fuzzy search deep in the directory levels by writing 1-2 directory names and then the file name. So the same thing but for a specified directory
.profile, but I would like to add it when I run spacemacs. Currently I’m seeing an error
Suspicious state from syntax checker elm: Flycheck checker elm returned non-zero exit code 127, but its output contained no errors: env: node: No such file or directory