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On my dual monitor OS X Sierra desktop Spacemacs crashes when I click “Update Packages”. On my Macbook Pro, also running Sierra, I don’t have this problem but if I copy the Macbook Pro’s .emacs.d to the Mac emacs crashes completely on startup. Any ideas?
Same on both machines - MacPorts. It’s been working perfectly for ages but just today - poof, up in smoke.
Non GNU ports of Emacs known to have variety of issues. Spacemacs guys recommend using brew's
emacs-plus formula. I myself after trying ports multiple times always get back to GNU version
The only combo that doesn’t crash on startup is a backup of .emacs.d from a month ago but that crashes if I click “Update Packages”.
It’s something to do with .emacs.d because vanilla Emacs OS X doesn’t crash like this.
It’s weird because the same combo of .emacs.d and Emacs OS X works fine on my Macbook Pro.
emacs -q just starts standard emacs. Surely that has nothing to do with this problem which is confined to Emacs OS X?
now remove/backup elpa and .cache and try restarting, it should get all the packages automatically.
Spacemacs tip of the day: searching in your project using ripgrep (`rg`) with helm-ag
> 2. Make Spacemacs use helm-project-do-ag directly when pressing
SPC / without preselecting the symbol under the cursor.
huh? What version of spacemacs are you currently using? I don't think this has been the default behaviour for a very long time (`SPC *` to search for symbol under the cursor,
SPC / for normal search)
If I don't remap
SPC /, my spacemacs defaults to Helm Projectile Grep, and it does preselect the word-at-point for me
Nice tip @pesterhazy. 👍 FWIW, I've built muscle memory around
SPC s t P, which is similar. It looks like
SPC s a P might do the same thing (approximately?) as what you've defined there. Of course, it's two extra keystrokes.
@jeff.terrell I also have that muscle memory, so I have to redefine
SPC /. Fortunately it's pretty easy
It automatically select word at point? Is is a setting?
^M s a p does not do that for me (in holy mode)
@nha - I think that's the difference between the
P at the end. The former gives you a blank prompt, but the latter fills in the prompt with the word under the cursor.
Oh nice! it work perfectly 🙂 (although I don’t know why
s g p does behave like
s g P in my case)