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2018-04-16
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michal09:04:54

hey, anyone tried to run cider on emacs 26 already? for some reason it does not work for me, here is a stacktrace of what happens on emacs start up:

michal09:04:59

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp package-desc)
   signal(wrong-type-argument (stringp package-desc))
   epl-package-from-lisp-file("/Users/michal/.emacs.d/elpa/clj-refactor-20180411.43/clj-refactor.el$
   epl-package-from-file("/Users/michal/.emacs.d/elpa/clj-refactor-20180411.43/clj-refactor.el")
   (epl-package-version (epl-package-from-file source))
   (let* ((source (pkg-info-library-source library)) (version (epl-package-version (epl-package-fro$
   pkg-info-library-version(clj-refactor)
   (or orig-version (pkg-info-library-version library))
   (let* ((package (or package (if (stringp library) (intern library) library))) (orig-version (con$
   pkg-info-version-info(clj-refactor)
   cljr--version(t)
   cljr--inject-jack-in-dependencies()
   #f(compiled-function () #<bytecode 0x40ee2151>)()
   eval-after-load(cider #f(compiled-function () #<bytecode 0x40ee2151>))
   byte-code("\300\301\302\"\210\303\304\305\"\210\306\307\310\311#\210\312\211\2032\0\[email protected]\307\001$
   (cljr--inject-jack-in-dependencies)
   (lambda nil (cljr--inject-jack-in-dependencies))()
   eval-after-load-helper("/Users/michal/.emacs.d/elpa/cider-20180413.51/cider.elc")

michal09:04:35

seems like there is a problem with dependent clj-refactor, isn't it?

bozhidar10:04:36

Seems to me something’s wrong with the package metadata.

troglotit10:04:03

Hey! Does someone uses Avy https://github.com/abo-abo/avy with Clojure? I’m trying to make avy-goto-word be able to jump to first letter of a keyword, maybe you’ve done it. It works for elisp and ruby, so somewhat strange. btw, I’m using spacemacs

hkjels11:04:03

@troglotit I use Avy and it works just fine. Perhaps you have some configuration that causes issues

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bozhidar13:04:51

@troglotit Works fine for me as well.

bozhidar13:04:55

Actually I think I always use avy-goto-char.

lilactown18:04:26

has anyone figured a good way to use screen inside of ansi-term?

lilactown18:04:55

I'm using spacemacs and I can't figure out how to send the commands (e.g. C-a ...) to screen, Emacs just eats them

ag03:04:40

Just never take them off. Keep them on all the time.

jeff.terrell23:04:09

@lilactown - Just a guess, but in general the quoting character in emacs is C-q. So to send a literal C-a to screen in ansi-term, try C-q C-a. Sounds like not a very pleasant experience to me, but ¯\(ツ)

lilactown23:04:26

no luck 😭 thanks though