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@matthewlisp set aggressive indent in your .spacemacs config file https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/improving-code/formatting/automatic-indenting.html
so some reason
swoop is not working for me anymore - it does filter out rows (swoop-helm)
anyone else also sees it?
Swoop is working okay for me (develop - last updated 31st December 2019) I call it from Symbol highlight transient state
I can test on another laptop later tonight, I'll do a spacemacs and package update. Suspect its the package that has the bug. You can always roll back the packages if its stopping you being productive.
I updated Spacemacs to the latest
develop , spacemacs template (no change in a while) and the latest packages. The way I use swoop seems fine.
I tried it from symbol hightlight transient state and
SPC s s and didnt notice any issues.
Those package maintainers are good at fixing things quickly, many thanks to them all.
Based on your feedback, here and on GitHub, I have refactored the proposed keybinding changes to something I believe will be acceptable. I dont believe it affects more than a few keybindings in anyones workflow, whilst adding all the sesman tools. It also creates a nice separation between managing CIDER repls in
, s (`s` is a defacto standard in Spacemacs across languages) and using the repl to evaluate
I have dropped the
, R menu and moved the send-to-repl functions to the
, e evaluation menu, as after all these functions are sending code to the repl buffer to be evaluated.
I have changed clearing the repl buffer to
, s l which aligns with the keybinding for clearing terminal windows in general, so it should help with muscle memory.
I appreciate your feedback on the GitHub repo and if acceptable, I will add the documentation and changelog entries and as the maintainers to merge the change.
Will need to readjust my muscle memory, as I used most of the , s bindings, but I'm behind having more logical organization of the bindings in general
@U0K064KQV I guess if you use
SPC p a to switch between source and test code in your projects, it should help move to
, s a to toggle between REPL and source code. And of course a and s are next door, but I appreciate muscle memory takes time to adapt.
I did think about adding something to the top level to switch, as there are a lot of free keys, so doing something like
, s z but as I dont use the REPL buffer its hard to test.
I agree with you about
cider-refresh-ns I think this should also be in the evaluation menu. I would be happy to move this too if there is concensus, so probably
, e x as the new cider-refresh-ns. Any more for or against?