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2019-08-24
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mitch10:08:14

To Update from my question regarding helm all of a sudden not having arrow key support, all you have to do is add (customize-set-variable 'helm-ff-lynx-style-map t) to your user-config!

spfeiffer12:08:15

When flycheck mode is not activated in clojure mode even if i added the syntax-checking layer, where can i have a look? Manually activating works fine, but all resources say the this should work automatically?

spfeiffer12:08:55

And could you remind me what was the rationale for the decision that spacemacs captures the env variables, including PATH? Now i need to remember another place where i need to update a path to make tools available?

Stefan13:08:40

Hi, I’m new to Emacs but I thought I’d give it a try. I’m considering Doom and Spacemacs, trying the latter at the moment. One important aspect for me is being able to use the parinfer smart mode. If I understand things correctly, I should be able to add parinfer to the list dotspacemacs-configuration-layers in my .spacemacs. However that results in a warning when launching spacemacs: “Unknown layer parinfer declared in dotfile.“. How do I solve this?

spfeiffer14:08:15

@stefan.van.den.oord You need to be on the develop branch to make parinfer work.

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spfeiffer14:08:35

Most likely that is your problem.

Stefan18:08:09

Indeed it was, thank you!

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spfeiffer06:08:03

Unfortunately, master branch is really extremely behind develop. But as develop feels really stable, the general advice is to switch to develop. I heard there are activities to bring master up to speed, but that is a big task and may take some time.

Stefan08:08:30

ouch that bad? 😉

Stefan08:08:02

I did have it recreate my .spacemacs, it was missing some config directives, but after that it worked fine.

spfeiffer12:08:36

Yes, that bad. „Switch to develop“ is the general advice nowadays for many spacemacs problems…

Stefan14:08:56

No worries, I was just teasing, didn’t mean anything negative with it. I now how these things go. In fact I think in the past I have had a project where I renamed “master” to “old-master” and “develop” to “master” 🙂

murtaza5217:08:36

in a clojrue project when a new file is created, there is a setting which inserts a default ns into the file based on the file name and dir depth. does anyone know how to enable it ?

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spfeiffer17:08:22

@murtaza52 I never heard of that, sounds interesting.

murtaza5217:08:03

@spfeiffer I reinstalled spacemacs, and have lost that setting. going through the old .spacemacs file but cant figure out which setting that was (the old file got corrupted).

practicalli-john21:08:24

@murtaza52 I think adding the namespace is done if you have clj-refactor enabled (I haven't checked this in a while though) (clojure :variables clojure-enable-clj-refactor t) This is my Spacemacs setup Nd ms and renaming of files with - in the name both work