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dharrigan16:02:32

Works really good, the support for vim-repeat

dharrigan16:02:57

thank you Oliver!

dharrigan16:02:07

Great time saver, being able to eval an expression, go to another expression and just type in .

dharrigan16:02:30

Does it work with all Conjure bindings, or only a select few?

dharrigan16:02:21

(I love that it also works with ,ece and variants thereof)

Olical16:02:43

All! At least it should

Olical17:02:35

I wasn't sure if I should make it do the same action on the same form (even if you move your cursor off of it) or not. But I realised that'll be nowhere near as useful, kinda confusing and really hard to implement. So I went with "repeat previous mapping at new location"

dharrigan17:02:24

nope, the later is best!

Chase17:02:29

Oh, that is real cool. Great add!

Olical17:02:12

Thank David for the idea and raising the issue with examples on how it works 😊

Olical17:02:36

It's on develop at the moment, will probably tag tomorrow

Chase17:02:00

Yeah I'm already using it. haha

Chase17:02:36

I like the develop channel. Wow are there so many options though when I lazily try to autocomplete on :Conjure... I gotta start upping my Conjure fu to take advantage of all this

Olical17:02:18

Yeaaaah, since I made commands for every mapping, there's a lot now. So you can add conjure stuff into your own mappings and code now, but it's a command soup

dharrigan17:02:48

this plugin Plug 'liuchengxu/vim-which-key' really helps me

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dharrigan17:02:04

I type , then up pops suggestions and it'll change as I type

dharrigan17:02:32

so I can easily see what ,tn is for example by typing , then t then n 🙂

dharrigan17:02:53

You may find it useful too @chase-lambert

Chase17:02:29

I have thought about adding that ever since my ole emacs days. Is it going to automatically know what that plugin command maps too or did you have to manually set these things?

dharrigan17:02:41

nope, it figures it out 🙂

Chase17:02:11

Ahh ok, that changes things then. I just assumed Spacemacs folks had done that work for me. I'll give it a shot. Thanks!