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Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
i also have in my to-do list to seriously program elisp
luxbock
@luxbock
Elisp is the only other language I've written more than 1k lines of code in :P
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
i know lisp (some varieties of it) but, as with clojure, never finally wrote anything
i've written mostly C, Java, Python, Common Lisp
and haskell, but not so many
luxbock
@luxbock
it's pretty easy to pick-up compared to most other languages because the Emacs as an Elisp programming environment is pretty outstanding
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
yeah, just need to read the reference
which is pretty straightforward and easy to read, knowing already a lisp
and something i really find useful is to read code in a language you wanna learn
do you think contributing to a open source project is a good idea to practice clojure, given my current little proficiency?
what's the keybind to move through a info page?
in emacs style you navigate through sections and all with SPC
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Move through?
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
yeah going to next section, going down in a page...
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Not sure, I just use normal evil scrolling, and [, ]
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
i'll try
thanks TheBB
n
n is "next"
pretty nice to navigate
Kirill Shaplyko
@Baltazore
Hey folks! How to exit emacs state(the blue one)?? Somehow I come to it from insert mode.
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
emacs state? whoa
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
C-z
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
what's that state?
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
What it sounds like. :-D
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
gotta try xd
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
No vim bindings. Except C-z to escape out of course.
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
how do you get to it? i don't see the bind
Борис Верховский
@verhovsky
when I do emacs file_name from command line it opens the splash screen and puts file_name in the recent files. How do I just open file_name directly?
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@AlejandroCatalina C-z in normal state should work
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
are you in the latest version?
i'll try
thanks
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@BorisVerk Fixed in 0.105.4.
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
i guess i'm slow, as well as old, and I can't seem to set a larger default font size?
Kirill Shaplyko
@Baltazore
@TheBB its not helps me C-z
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
i tried dotspacemacs-default-font but it seems to have no effect
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@toshism What have you set it to?
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
(setq-default dotspacemacs-default-font '("Monaco" :size 18 :weight normal :width normal :powerline-scale 1.1))
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Okay, and you are sure that Monaco is findable?
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
yes, I used that specifically because it is what is currently used as the default font
Kirill Shaplyko
@Baltazore
@TheBB i suppose I am in hybryd state
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
And you are setting this is init right?
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
i really don't care about the font as much as the size
yes, .spacemacs
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@toshism Yes, but the right part of .spacemacs?
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
in dotspacemacs/user-config
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@toshism Okay, don’t do it there. It should be in dotspacemacs/init already, you just need to change the default.
Xi Xiao
@Xixiao007
-20C in helsinki today, not code at all, no
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
user-config runs too late, the font is set already by then