user-config gets executed after having loaded all packages
there is an exam layer in
@a13ph nothing like that exists for the mac client
So, in your case @a-schaefers , you put it in user-config since you require packages
Thank you @hussein-aitlahcen , I will do my best to learn more about the subject now.
You're welcome ! Also, you can have more details about the configurations functions here
@a13ph if you mean an exwm layer, I looked and couldn't find, I also tried it and it said something to the effect "layer not found"
@a-schaefers ye, accidental draft posting. It is in the works, look for exwm in issues or pull requests. Not sure how to install it, but there is probably a comment with a know how
@a13ph that is exciting, we need spacemacs OS
Just read the thread, some issues are possible
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@CeleritasCelery how can I specify it?
it's greedy by default
Hello! Has anyone considered adding a jkl; configuration to the keyboard-layout layer? Or is there another recommended strategy for hjkl to jkl; remapping?
hello, i'm having a super hard time figuring out how to split my personal private layer into several separate files
and load an elisp file from the same directory
how do i load-file a file relatively?
i tried adding "load-relative" to my packages.el and doing a "(defun mish/init-load-relative () (use-package load-relative))" but if i call (load-relative) i get symbol not defined and if i use-package it, it can't find the required file
any suggestions on how to do this would be appreciated. i read the LAYERS and DOCUMENTATION on creating layers many times and found them to be very unenlightening
as far as porting these kinds of configs
@revmischa I would spc f e d to get into .spacemacs, and look at adding to dotspacemacs/user-init and dotspacemacs/user-config one config or file at a time, verifying that everything is satisfactory. But I have not needed to do this.
LdBeth Mischa Spiegelmock: see related descriptions on load-path and require
i wanted to make it a layer tho
i was hoping the load-path would contain my layer as it's being loaded, but it doesn't seem to be?