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Groza Cristian
@cgroza
@LanceLiu89 I can do it with imenu. LSP might have this features also.
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@cgroza @LanceLiu89 I guess you mean imenu via SPC j i
Groza Cristian
@cgroza
@dalanicolai yes, but also there is the imenu side panel that lists all symbols.
imenu-list-show
oh.come.on.man
@oh.come.on.man:matrix.org
[m]
Hey y'all. Does anyone have a guide on getting latex layer working with the LSP+texlab backend? I've got it working partially, like with intellisense and initiating build process (uses latexmk). However, I have no idea how to setup live preview within spacemacs. The spacemaces develop docs say nothing about live preview. Texlab docs go into config stuff, but nothing specific to emacs. Honestly, I'm not married to this setup. But I do want to get the outcome in the spacemacsean way. Halp?
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Sorry about my spacing. My spacebar is acting up!
Thys Meintjes
@sthysel
G'day. org-roam v2 has replaced v1 in melpa, so if you do a SPC f e U you get v2, it seems. The current org-roam spacemacs key bindings still expect v1, so the org-roam support is mostly broken atm. Is there a easy workaround to map the new functions in ?
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Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@cgroza That could be handy sometimes also. I guess you mean imenu-list though...
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava

I need help for something re: emacs lisp. I have org capture and use %i for captured text. I want to use a function / parser. on top of it

("T" "Clipboard Todo" entry (file+headline ,(concat my-org-agenda-directory "/todo.org") "inbox")
 "* TODO %?\n  %i\n  %a")

I want to use url-unhex-string on %i, can someone help me pls.

Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@sthysel I am not using org-roam, but I guess you can just add the keybindings in the org layer's packages.el directly using an if/cond/pcase with something like (string (aref (org-roam-version) 0)) (and preferably create a PR for it when done).
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I think an if i.c.w. substring (instead of aref) is probably most clear
or car with split-string.... too many options
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@abhijeetsrivastava Looking at this, I guess you should probably use the %(exp)
where you should define your own exp of course
You can probably use buffer-substring i.c.m with these... I guess
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
thanks @dalanicolai
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
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I recently did a setup on a new mac and my spacemacs functions are not lined properly. How should I debug? ... fyi... above snapshot.
thanks
Isaac Zeng
@gfZeng
Spacemacs master branch stop maintenance?
Oscar Vargas Torres
@oscarvarto
Hello, I am on develop branch and I am surprised there is no pdf-tools layer on this branch. Was it problematic, and therefore removed? I see it is present on master branch
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Also, is there an irc channel for spacemacs somewhere?
Christian Hopps
@choppsv1
There used to be a gitter/irc gateway.
From IRC (bridge bot)
@FromIRC
<discipulus> The irc channel is #spacemacs on libera. The gitter/irc bridge is working.
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
how can i debug Error in dotspacemacs/user-config: Invalid read syntax: "#" ?
Valery Lavrentiev
@lavsurgut
Hey guys, I have a question about the groovy layer. So I have a mix, java/groovy project and groovy layer (LSP) wiht groovy-language-server cant find dependencies (internal java and external java). Java layer works fine. I see that groovy-language-server supports passing additional classpaths (via json config file), but it seems its not an option currently in the spacemacs groovy layer. Is it possible to adjust the classpath? Does anyone now? Maybe one has to adjust the groovy layer to support that?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai

how can i debug Error in dotspacemacs/user-config: Invalid read syntax: "#" ?

Maybe start emacs with --debug-init flag

Valery Lavrentiev
@lavsurgut
@dalanicolai - haha, cool thanks
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
:thumbsup:
Valery Lavrentiev
@lavsurgut
Can I change that variable only for the given project?
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
I am not very familiar with working with projects. But maybe Per-Directory Local Variables achieves what you want
Valery Lavrentiev
@lavsurgut
ok will try, thanks a lot
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Good luck... I found bbatsov/projectile#139 also btw
But it does not really contain any new information
Rostislav Svoboda
@rostislav.svoboda_gitlab
Does anybody know how to disable preview when doing evil substitution? Like e.g. :%s/\(.*\), bla/\1/g? It makes my spacemacs unresponsive when substituting things in a large(er) file.
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
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@dalanicolai I don't see any error except that line doing a --debug-init
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Ah okay, but it was worth a try
So you can not just find some # in your user-config section?
Just by searching for it in your dotfile
seppzero
@seppzero
Hi guys, my spacemacs got very slow. Are threre any build-in commands to debug the problem?
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
@dalanicolai found the bug. this capture template was causing the bug. ; ("l" "ref" plain (function org-roam-capture--get-point) ; "%?" ; :file-name "websites/${slug}" ; ;:head "#+TITLE: ${title} ; #+ROAM_TAGS: %^g ; #+LAST_MODIFIED: %U\n\n ; %x ; - source :: ${ref}" ; :unnarrowed t) . now that we are on v2, I got no idea why it stopped working. Disabled it for now.
another question, which package might be doing this? (notice -11 line number on how it is indented weirdly. If I run emacs from iterm it doesn't have that weird effect)
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Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai

@dalanicolai found the bug. this capture template was causing the bug. ; ("l" "ref" plain (function org-roam-capture--get-point) ; "%?" ; :file-name "websites/${slug}" ; ;:head "#+TITLE: ${title} ; #+ROAM_TAGS: %^g ; #+LAST_MODIFIED: %U\n\n ; %x ; - source :: ${ref}" ; :unnarrowed t) . now that we are on v2, I got no idea why it stopped working. Disabled it for now.

I think that probably did not stop working due to switching to v2... maybe you have changed something else

I don't know about the line numbers. Also, when I use line numbers, I usually use absolute line numbers... but I think it has the same indentation behavior also
Abhijeet
@abhijeetsrivastava
gotcha. weirdly its only in my new mac setup. it used to work in my previous mac. will see if I can figure it out. Probably a different flavor of emacs will fix it.
thanks
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
You mean the line numbers or the capture template? And different flavor? Haha... okay well, anyway... good luck!