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Hello folks, this is not strictly an emacs thing, but a lot of times I want to see my commit messages (in the shell), say for using fixup, and based on the message, store it's sha for later use. Is there a way to navigate a git log --one-line command and fetch the sha? I was thinking of writing an emacs minor mode or an helm module. This part is really breaking the flow because I use the mouse (yes the mouse!) for copying the sha at the moment


@richiardiandrea is magit-log (`l l` in magit status buffer) is what you looking for?


Ah! I knew I was missing out some magit functionality, I am using it, just never thought to try there 😀


you may find this extension useful: Allows user get direct links to github/bitbucket/gitlab from emacs buffer, support magit-log, vc-annotate


anyone here using org-podomoro? if so, is there a way to get the clock to refresh every second? I want a countdown from 25 minutes showing me how much time I have left


@qqq I got it going, thanks for the tip


@qqq I use org-pomodoro. But don’t you think that countdown would be awfully distracting? Also I found that having the clock only in active window is not enough for me. Since I’m on OS X, using Hammerspoon I add an item to the system menubar, red if pomodoro is active, green - if it’s a break


Got a few warnings when I tried to install clojure mode from melpa. Any ideas?


`Compiling file /home/jmartin/.emacs.d/elpa/clojure-mode-5.6.1/clojure-mode.el at Fri Mar 10 13:33:08 2017 clojure-mode.el:455:1:Warning: Unused lexical argument `args' clojure-mode.el:455:1:Warning: Unused lexical argument `orig-fun' In clojure--replace-let-bindings-and-indent: clojure-mode.el:459:25:Warning: reference to free variable `clojure--let-regexp' clojure-mode.el:1817:1:Warning: Unused lexical variable `beg' clojure-mode.el:2262:1:Warning: Unused lexical variable `k' clojure-mode.el:2281:1:Warning: Unused lexical variable `k' In end of data: clojure-mode.el:2355:1:Warning: the function `in-string-p' is not known to be defined.`


I think those are unworrysome


the unused warning is certainly superfluous


in-string-p must come from some package that gets loaded later


that comes from thingatpt.el


oh wow...thing at point... curious. Thanks again!


wow, gross, emacs


don't use in-string-p, but rather use (nth 3 (syntax-ppss))


@ag (re org pomodoro countdown) -- I dunno, hard to say without testing it out; but I think the 'time pressure' would make it more fun 🙂