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William Carroll
@wpcarro
Ugh one more Q... is :init the best place for (setq ...) calls?
John Wiegley
@jwiegley
i'd generally put thos ein :config
unless they nede to happen before load
William Carroll
@wpcarro
Gotcha. The future looks bright
John Wiegley
@jwiegley
@kaushalmodi Another deployment breakage on Travis :(
Kaushal Modi
@kaushalmodi
@jwiegley I'm saying it's high time we move to Netlify :)
Looking at the Travis log, doesn't make sense..
the site generated fine, but complains in the end that it cannot push to the repo
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John Wiegley
@jwiegley
never heard of Netlify
Kaushal Modi
@kaushalmodi
I mentioned it briefly during our initial conversion about the use-package site, but probably got lost in the chatter.
Netlify does a really good job of deploying my sites after each commit, and have zero complaints using their free service in the past 3-4 months
I deploy my sites https://scripter.co/, https://ox-hugo.scripter.co/, https://ox-hugo.scripter.co/test (and few more personal sites) using their service.
@jwiegley You will probably need just 10-15 mins, but if you go to netlify.com and link the use-package repo, I can provide further instructions on how it have it build the site on each commit
Kaushal Modi
@kaushalmodi
Kaushal Modi
@kaushalmodi
@jwiegley I just reran Travis.. it now passes on master; the Travis CI dpl package bug got fixed.
John Wiegley
@jwiegley
kaushalmodi: strange org-hugo related build error...
Kaushal Modi
@kaushalmodi
@jwiegley "Fixed" it :) For an unknown reason, the build was unable to fetch the Melpa archive, so was unable to get the ox-hugo package. Simply restarting the build fixed it.
John Wiegley
@jwiegley
kaushalmodi: yay, thank you!
Anastasia Belenkii
@hoskayne_twitter
hi guys
have a bit of a baffling issue here
Anastasia Belenkii
@hoskayne_twitter
Error (use-package): Failed to parse package (quote tramp): Wrong type argument: symbolp, (quote tramp)
for all the packages I use with use-package
this seems to be happening w/both github repo and melpa version
Anastasia Belenkii
@hoskayne_twitter
lol, nevermind, I needed to require diminish and bind-key before actually using it
now there's a new issue: even if I use :ensure t it still doesn't actually install anything
Anastasia Belenkii
@hoskayne_twitter
here's an annoying catch-22: when I don't require diminish and bind-key, I get the 'failed to parse' error
when I do, it works until I restart emacs
Anastasia Belenkii
@hoskayne_twitter
doesn't seem to actually effect anything- everything seems to work ok, except for :ensure t being seemingly useless, so I've just suppressed warnings/errors and gone on my way (for now)
running ubuntu 18.04
Andy Schwartzmeyer
@andschwa
So, any idea why using a sharpquote in :bind breaks the autoload creation? re: jwiegley/use-package#690
John Wiegley
@jwiegley
andschwa: have you expanded the macro with and without?
Andy Schwartzmeyer
@andschwa
@jwiegley yeah, that's what I did to debug why all my packages were getting 'required; deduced it down to adding the #' prevents the autoload from being added, but without the #' it works as expected (like a :command)
I have copies of the macro expansions with #' in the first comment of the issue, and without #' right here: https://github.com/jwiegley/use-package/issues/690#issuecomment-397190306
Andy Schwartzmeyer
@andschwa
Should I just forget about it and take the sharpquotes out?
Andy Schwartzmeyer
@andschwa
Interestingly it's only like a 400ms difference... weird.
Renārs Grebežs
@spogulis
Hi, where is it possible to issue a feature request for Ledger Live?
Daraul Harris
@daraul
Is there any guideline for debugging and fixing an issue in ledger myself?
ldeck
@ldeck

Hey all — newbie question on key bindings.

I was trying to group a few git related functions under C-c g. e.g., browse at remote but am getting this error:
Error (use-package): browse-at-remote/:catch: Key sequence C-c g r starts with non-prefix key C-c g.

How would this be achieved? I was trying this:

(use-package browse-at-remote
  :ensure t
  :commands browse-at-remote
  :bind (("C-c g r") . browse-at-remote))
ldeck
@ldeck

Error (use-package): browse-at-remote/:catch: Key sequence C-c g r starts with non-prefix key C-c g.

Okay, answering my own question: I figured out that non-prefix key means that C-c g was already being used.
Ref: http://emacslife.com/read-lisp-tweak-emacs/beginner-3-make-things-more-convenient.html#orgheadline6

Luka Bradeško
@LukaBradesko_twitter

Hi, does anyone know how to group same account postings inside transactions? For example:

2020/08/21 Payee
   Acc1   $5
   Acc1  $7
   Acc2

to show on "reg" report as " 2020/08/21 Payee ...... Acc1 $12"

I found --collapse, -P, -n, --depth... but none of these commands can be used for that
Thanabodee Charoenpiriyakij
@wingyplus
Hi, how do I active another mode for the file given filetype in :mode. For example, I use bazel-mode which's want to activate bazel-starlark-mode when open *.star file.
Xi Shen
@davidshen84
Hello guys,
Do we have a use-package version of this ?
  (with-eval-after-load 'org
    (define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-r") verb-command-map))
I tried the :bind option but did not work, or I could not figure out the right way.
Xi Shen
@davidshen84
Loos like I should use :bind-keymap. But is the binding local? Like only in a specific buffer or mode?
Xi Shen
@davidshen84
Looks like :bind-keymap has no effect...
Dan P.
@tadiou

Hey I'm totes unfamiliar with use-package, but I couldn't figure out how to parse this out enough

(use-package lsp-mode
  :commands lsp
  :ensure t
  :diminish lsp-mode
  :hook
  (elixir-mode . lsp)
  :init
  (add-to-list 'exec-path (file-truename "./langservs/elixir-ls-1.11")))

Right now I'm getting an error that says argument: sequencep, lsp at the first parens, and I'm (again) not too too strong at elisp to understand what the heck's goin on.