heyarneoops. yup, what worked
heyarneEvidlo: your solution tells me rgrep exited early because
find: -exec: no terminating ";" or "+"
Evidlowhat was your search query?
EvidloIt uses grep, not find
heyarneyes i saw that.
find -exec grepbasically, to restrict file types i guess?
heyarnewhen searching for "test"
Evidlofind v4.6.0 and grep v2.27
heyarneso it works when i terminate it with an escaped ; like
heyarnefind doesn't want to let me know its version (??), grep is grep (BSD grep) 2.5.1-FreeBSD
heyarneon macOS 10.13
Evidloeasy fix: build GNU find yourslf and add to your path
Evidloand grep if necessary
Evidloyou should submit a bug report
(spell-checking :variables =enable-flyspell-auto-completion= t)seen here http://spacemacs.org/layers/+checkers/spell-checking/README.html
Evidloheyarne: you probably have BSD find or something
Evidlofile a bug with spacemacs, at leasst
man findopens the "BSD General Commands Manual"
heyarneWill do. Thx
=signs should not be included in the command, they are probably just a typo when the html page was exported. They indicate that text inside the
=signs should be shown verbatim (no org specific syntax) source: http://orgmode.org/manual/Emphasis-and-monospace.html
(spacemacs/add-to-hooks 'visual-fill-column-mode '(visual-line-mode-hook)) (spacemacs/add-to-hooks 'turn-on-visual-line-mode '(org-mode-hook)) (setq fill-column 80)
EvidloI have to manually invoke xxx-mode to get new code highlighted
Evidlodoesn't seem broken right now
EvidloI can never reproduce it. It just happens over the course of several days