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jonpither12:10:11

anyone getting "wrong type argument "listp, define-clojure-indent" when jacking in?

jonpither12:10:15

found it - some old dir-locals config

j0ni15:10:32

hi all, I am trying to figure out how to stop the indicators appearing in the fringe at the start of every defn form after I evaluate a buffer in cider - I am asking here, because I’ve seen screenshots of it in elisp buffers too (tho I haven’t personally seen it in my own emacs) - anyways, it stomps on my diff-hl configuration and I don’t see any point to it so I’d like to make it go away 🙂

dpsutton15:10:39

(setq cider-use-fringe-indicators nil) should do it i believe

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j0ni15:10:03

oh wow, thanks for the fast answer @dpsutton I will try it

dpsutton15:10:23

confirmed it worked for me after i reevaled the form. they don't fall away immediately

dpsutton15:10:47

no worries. i just greped defcustom fringe and it popped right up

j0ni15:10:50

yep, worked for me

j0ni15:10:23

it’s tricky getting the fringe to be helpful rather than crazy

dpsutton15:10:33

yeah. its so subtle that i don't think i pay attention to it

adamfrey19:10:52

Does anyone who uses lispy successfully get it working alongside magit blame? I tried to following the hint in the lispy readme and set the lispy-compat var to (edebug cider magit-blame-mode) but I still have lispy commands having priority when I'm in magit-blame-mode