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K pulls up documentation at the bottom, you’re probably aware of that one. For me, if I move the cursor away from a function-name symbol & back I get a little message at the bottom showing what args it takes. Are you thinking of either of those?
You're probably well aware of those, but figured I'd rule them out 1st. I'm def curious about what you found, it sounds excellent 🙂
asragab: so does
K do the thing you’re talking about? Or was it something different?
It was something different...it actually appeared in the active buffer like an ide tooltip
Oh, wait, I was slightly misreading your original post. Are you talking about
Maybe it was a vision, intended to inspire you to create this functionality. :-)
I recently upgraded spacemacs and it’s confusing the heck out of me. I get a big message with the new changelog that won’t go away. The bottom of the message suggests I should upgrade packages (done) and edit my dotfile. <SPC> f e D sends me to an ediff sessnion. I went through the diff; I’m happy with my dotfile as-is. What do I do to get rid of this splash screen?
I understand that feD is supposed to give me a diff; but it really seems like spacemacs wants me to do something to complete the upgrade and I have no idea what
re: @asragab 's mystery function -- here's something kinda cool I found while poking around for it out of curiosity:
@lvh no idea -- what version did you upgrade to?
cider-eval-defun-to-comment is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `cider-interaction.el'...Evaluate the "top-level" form and insert result as comment at LOC.
Worst case you could probably delete
~/.emacs.d & reinstall, preserving your .spacemacs