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2018-03-07
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kvlt00:03:27

This is so annoying, anytime I update spacemacs it breaks my config

ag00:03:43

@petr - "doctor, whenever I stretch my leg and try to put it around my head, it really hurts" - "well, maybe don't do that?" šŸ™‚ can you elaborate what's breaking?

kvlt00:03:26

It's just frustrating. Everytime I update spacemacs there appears to be something missing from the new file. In this case it's dotspacemacs-mode-line-theme. I updated that. However. Now when I try to start a cljs repl. It does not seem to initialize figwheel properly. And asks me which cljs repl I'd like to start. If I revert to my old .spacemacs file. It is all good again

kvlt00:03:53

The problem is that I have several machines. And provision new ones pretty frequently, so this cannot be avoided

ag00:03:37

to be fair though, most of the time it is not a problem of Spacemacs, but it is an upstream issue. This is exactly the case. CIDER guys updated a few things

ag00:03:05

maybe jump to #cider and check my conversation with Dan Sutton a few hours ago

kvlt00:03:50

I just found that

kvlt00:03:55

Thank you

kvlt00:03:39

This is the option that appears to be breaking things for me:

;; If non-nil, a form that evaluates to a package directory. For example, to
   ;; use different package directories for different Emacs versions, set this
   ;; to `emacs-version'.
   dotspacemacs-elpa-subdirectory 'emacs-version

ag07:03:21

When was the last time you did SPC f e D ?

drewverlee01:03:32

Whare are my options for changing the name of a function and having that change happen everywhere its used? Or, more generally, how to do ppl make those kinds of changes in spacemcas?

ag07:03:09

Define "everywhere". Project wise?

ag07:03:18

Or in a file?

ag07:03:12

For the former you can do SPC *, then C-c C-e then either use multiple cursors or iEdit to make changes, then C-c C-c saves *all* the files

drewverlee16:03:35

In a project. Iā€™m using projectile (i think thats the name).