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Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea

Hello. I have one question which is driving me a bit crazy. When using treemacs if I try to add a new project it says [Treemacs] A project for '/home/guisanpea' already exists. Projects may not overlap. however the folder I select is not my home directory but a projectile one, nevertheless it ignores it and throws that error. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks for the support

dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
@Guisanpea: I think it is not possible to add /path/to/folder and /path/to/folder/subfolder as seperate projects, so if you added your /home/user as project you can not add /home/user/projectfolder seperately
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
And how can I delete my folder from projects?
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
C-c C-p d I think
hint: if the treemacs pane has the focus you can press ? and get all available commands for treemacs
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
[Treemacs] Cannot delete the last project.
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
yeah you have to have at least one project in treemacs (which is kinda weird to me)
just add a temp path outside your home as project and then remove the homefolder project
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
Wow
Thanks a lot
It was driving me completely crazy
And now I wonder. If I want to just explore my home folder from treemacs which would be the way to go?
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
@Guisanpea: np, ran into the same a couple of weeks ago
if you use evil mode you can do :split /home/user
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
Cheers
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
Is there a way to "temporary maximize window" in emacs?
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
@Guisanpea: spc-m-m -> maximize-window
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
And to go back?
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
good question 😀
probably sth with restore in the name
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
And one last that my google foo cannot help
Search by file name in project?
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
you can use mouse to resize
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@Guisanpea @dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space I guess you meant SPC w m, and I think SPC w u should restore the previous window configuration... It seems to work fine from a simple test here...
fran-penedo
@fran-penedo
@Guisanpea maximize/restore: SPC w m will do both. Search by file name in project: SPC p f, although beware it ignores usually ignored files
@dalanicolai just end me now, I never realized there was an undo for window configurations....
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@fran-penedo Haha... I never knew SPC w m restores also... was just writing that arguably, your answer looks a little nicer...
fran-penedo
@fran-penedo
yeah, for maximizing and restoring it's better, but sometimes something breaks the window configuration I was using and it's annoying to set it up again
dragonchaser
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space
[m]
SPC w m does not restore for me, but SPC w u works for restore
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
I usually use SPC / for project wide search (or SPC * for symbol under point) and SPC s f to search in the ignored directories
Although there are other easy ways to search within ignored directories also
@dragonchaser:matrix.datenschmutz.space Okay great!
fran-penedo
@fran-penedo
weird that it doesn't restore for you :S
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@fran-penedo Here SPC w m also does not restore when treemacs is active
fran-penedo
@fran-penedo
oh ok, I don't use treemacs so never realized
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
Haha... me neither... just quickly tested it now
metatron-the-chronicler
@metatron-the-chronicler
Does anyone know what setting or settings I would need to adjust so that the current block scope indication also increases the size of the currently highlighted delimiters in addition to changing the color?
Luyang Liu
@luyangliuable
Hi I got this bug ``` Auto-evilification could not remap these functions in map ‘edebug-mode-map’:
  • ‘edebug-Go-nonstop-mode’ originally mapped on ‘G’
    ``` and says my spacemacs might not work properly. How do I fix this
Tobias Langer
@empwilli_gitlab
luyangliuable: those two issues should not be related AFAIK, please check SPC bm for any error messages
Luyang Liu
@luyangliuable
Loading /home/luyang/.spacemacs.d/init.el (source)...done
(Spacemacs) Error in dotspacemacs/init: Attempt to set a constant symbol: nil
I am not sure how to debug this
Tobias Langer
@empwilli_gitlab
bisect the error by commenting out half of your own config
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and then progressing
Luyang Liu
@luyangliuable
I see thanks
Tobias Langer
@empwilli_gitlab
other than that: if you dont' have any sensible things in there, probably best put it into a paste bin and dump the link in here
Santiago Sanchez
@Guisanpea
How do I do "Show current project file in treemacs"?
John teBokkel
@tanj
is there a way to take the current region and make it active (highlighted like in transient mark mode)
Daniel Nicolai
@dalanicolai
@tanj There is the activate-mark function, but you must make a command for it yourself. Alternatively you can type g v, which in many cases (or maybe all cases) does the same...
idanre1
@idanre1:matrix.regev.tk
[m]
Hi
Seems like a cool project. I found you only by searching matrix rooms. Do you have a website to start? Couldn't find it in the room details...
Tobias Langer
@empwilli_gitlab