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Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Although I'd like terminal window to be a bit smaller vertically when focusing on source code (the "main" window). Maybe there's a config option for ratio..
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
is there a good setup for tdd (test driven development) in spacemacs? hopefully using java or lsp.
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@abhijeetsrivastava I use SPC d t t and SPC d d l
Johannes Lundberg
@johalun
Horizontally golden-ratio it works great, I can adjust to make the focused window larger or smaller, however it doesn't change vertically :(
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
@yyoncho i dont have SPC d t t binding for a java project. Can you share more about your workflow?
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
do you have the dap layer?
sorry, it is , d t t
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
ok, you use dap java debug test method and dap-debug-last (SPC d d l) . Thanks I will explore these a bit more
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai

@dalanicolai Thank you! It did not actually solve it, since using `:local' in that situation requires the package to have been part of a layer which was not the case for me. I resorted to just explicitly listing the path as: (PKG_NAME :location "~/.spacemacs.d/local/PKG_NAME/") just so I could keep everything localised in my .spacemacs.d directory.

@penguwin

Donald Pinckney
@donald-pinckney
Hey all, I need some help figuring out how to configure the tabs layer. Specifically, I'm trying to use both the agda layer and the tabs layer. But tabs appear in the Agda Information buffer, which is ugly and I would like to prevent.
According to tabs documentation I should be able to do something with centaur-tabs-hide-tabs-hooks, but I couldn't figure that out.
I did figure out that I can put (add-hook 'agda2-mode-hook 'centaur-tabs-local-mode)) in my dotspacemacs/user-config, but that disables tabs in files in the agda mode, rather than disabling tabs in the Agda Information buffer
which is rather the opposite effect I want. So some help here would be appreciated. Sorry I'm new to emacs and spacemacs ;)
Donald Pinckney
@donald-pinckney
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Alessandro Piras
@laynor
Hi, when I run lsp-ui-flycheck-list, the error list window is covering almost the whole emacs frame leaving around 3 lines of text of the window where the source code is. Is there a way to limit its height?
This is the code that actually opens the window
    (let ((win (display-buffer-in-side-window
                buffer `((side . ,lsp-ui-flycheck-list-position) (slot . 5) (window-width . 0.20)))))
      (set-window-dedicated-p win t)
      (select-window win)
      (fit-window-to-buffer nil nil 10))))
Olivier LEMAIRE
@osfe
Hi there. Can you please help me about flycheck error saying qwidget file not found
and actually any qt header gets the error
Unknown type name 'QWidget' (lsp)
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@osfe most likely you haven't configured compile_commands.json
Olivier LEMAIRE
@osfe
@yyoncho ok... what's that ?
@yyoncho not very familiar with all this :)
there is a section about compile command linking to clangd section
Olivier LEMAIRE
@osfe
@yyoncho thank you very much
Olivier LEMAIRE
@osfe
@yyoncho added the layer to my spacemac config, the error is still here...
I get qwidget file not found
Olivier LEMAIRE
@osfe
still not working...
the file has been generated with cmake
but the error remains...
88-percent
@88-percent

I'm trying to remap tab from org-cycle to org-toggle-fold but it won't seem to stick. Does anyone happen to know what's overriding the tab remap?

(evil-define-key 'normal org-mode-map (kbd "TAB") 'org-toggle-fold)
(evil-define-key 'normal org-mode-map (kbd "<tab>") 'org-toggle-fold)
(evil-define-key 'normal org-mode-map (kbd "C-i") 'org-toggle-fold)

Alexander E. Zarebski
@aezarebski
Does anyone know of a maxima layer? I've tried to write my own but haven't had much luck.
Or is there a "how to write a layer for dummies" floating around?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@aezarebski Ha! hello again... Have you already tried to just install maxima via additional packages? I do have some kind of private maxima layer, but I don't remember how well it works. I will upload it to github so you can try it (and possibly provide some feedback)...
There is also https://develop.spacemacs.org/doc/LAYERS.html. But it is not straightforward to get maxima's autocomplete working. I remember now, that I fixed that part in the layer...
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Actually I also worked in improving ob-maxima.el for org-mode. Because currently ob-maxima does not provide support for sessions, while of course maxima supports that...
Although I got the session working (that was quite straightforward), I continued with some experiments to try to make it work a little more like a mathematica or jupyter notebook. But there I gave up, it is too much work. But if you are interested I can revert it and provide a ob-maxima that supports sessions...
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
adjarar
@adjarar
Hi, does anybody know how to remap the movement keys in org-evil mode? The manual says you can use org-evil-mode-movement-bindings. But I can't get it to work. Remaps in regular mode work fine. Thanks.
adjarar
@adjarar
(evil-define-key 'normal evil-org-movement-bindings (kbd "o") 'up (kbd "a") 'left (kbd "i") 'right (kbd "e") 'down)
Alexander E. Zarebski
@aezarebski
haha! thanks @dalanicolai that looks like exactly what I need (I got stuck on getting the prefix stuff working last time.)
I'll have a crack and get back to you :)
adjarar
@adjarar
never mind I got it to work
adjarar
@adjarar
Nope, I celebrated to soon. Problem remains open.
fleimgruber
@fleimgruber
Is there a way to see the "tree-expansion" of the subtree of a key prefix, e.g. C-x 8? E.g. I want to enter the German "eszett" character and can't figure out the correct key path. Or is this documented somewhere?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@adjarar You can use M-x customize-variable evil-org-movement-bindings. Susequently after you have set something via customize, you can find how it has been set at the end of your dotfile in the dotspacemacs/emacs-custom-settings function
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@fleimgruber There probably is some easier way, but you can list unicode characters (at least in Ivy, but probably also with helm, just try M-x unicode). There you can find the eszett (just by looking for some s and scrolling, I have found that it is called LATIN SMALL LETTER SMALL S) and you can insert it to the buffer.
Finally you can put the cursor on the character and press SPC h d c to find the input form...
fleimgruber
@fleimgruber
Thanks! SPC h d c reveals that I need C-x 8 RET df which is a bit unintuitive, but works (character is not too common anyways).