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2020-06-25
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Vincent Cantin12:06:11

hello, I came to increment the count of emacs users.

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kimim13:06:40

Welcome to emacs world. Life is difficult and fun with emacs.

Vincent Cantin12:06:18

I come from Cursive because it made my life too simple and I love challenges.

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practicalli-john13:06:18

If you like challenges then you probably won't want to read my book on using Emacs with Clojure. It will only make things easier, especially if you use Spacemacs https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/

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Vincent Cantin03:06:41

I was being sarcastic. I started to read your tutorials already. Thank you for writing them.

practicalli-john05:06:20

I was being cheeky 😁

Casey12:06:10

Does anyone know the https://github.com/abo-abo/lispy command to turn

(comment (foo bar)
         (xxx yyy))
into:
(foo bar)
(comment (xxx yyy))

thom11:06:04

Probably some form of lispy-barf

Rameez13:06:43

Hey folks! Excuse the beginner here. 🙂 Any doom emacs users here? For the life of me I can't figure out how to choose a previous command in the Cider repl, previously this used to be ctrl-k (spacemacs) for me. Any ideas?

dpsutton13:06:41

try ctrl-p?

Rameez13:06:42

Nah text is read-only is the output

Rameez14:06:49

Ah it was was ctrl-up . I should read the docs. 🙂 https://docs.cider.mx/cider/repl/keybindings.html

kimim14:06:06

I think ctrl-p is very intuitive in emacs key chords.

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hugo15:06:54

M-p / M-n

mtm16:06:44

in any sort of comint interface c-p/`c-n` moves the cursor; M-p/`M-n` moves through history

murtaza5218:06:11

I created a project using a clj template, and when I try to search through the files using projectile, all the files start from ./, like ./src... etc. This odd behaviour only happens for this project. Any ideas what could be wrong ?