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zilti00:07:21

...oh, seems to only happen when a #? is involved. On the other hand, when it isn't involved, the mnemonic info bar is missing

bozhidar04:07:48

I don’t quite get what you mean, but it might be a good idea to file a bug report.

introom12:07:44

I encounter this:

introom12:07:55

dir already refers to: #’clojure.repl/dir in namespace

introom12:07:25

how to by pass that an error? I feel like that’s a warning at most.

practicalli-john12:07:17

Use a different name for your own def expression to avoid over-writing existing code from libraries.

(def etcd-db-path "/opt/etcd/")
It is good practice to use environment variables for system values such as paths, rather than hard coding them into code.

introom13:07:00

@jr0cket hi emacs expert. I am facing a problem that, I define a short cut in hydra to invoke cider-find-dwim

introom13:07:34

but evil-jump-backword sometimes jumps to wrong locations. do you suffer such an issue?

practicalli-john13:07:52

I don't really use that command, so haven't noticed. If you have command-log you can run that and check the keybinding is calling the function it's supposed to (i.e. nothing is over-riding the key binding in particular states).

introom14:07:28

how do you jump to the definition and back ?

practicalli-john14:07:19

If a definition is in the same file/buffer, then I probably use ' ' (single quote twice). If the definition is in another file, then either close its buffer or SPC TAB