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FlavaDave22:04:50

Anyone know of a way to use different themes on different frames? spc T n switches the theme of every frame.

eccentric J22:04:34

Created a quick layer for the recently released Anakondo library if anyone's interested https://github.com/eccentric-j/anakondo-layer. I wasn't sure how to best distribute the actual anakondo library, so I added instructions to clone the lib into the <layer>/local/ folder. Is there a better way if the library hasn't been published on MELPA yet?

didibus01:04:32

Hum, there is like el-get and straight.el that could be used I believe to declare dependencies on git which they can pull directly

didibus01:04:58

But I'm planning to have it in Melpa soon enough and then I thought I'd just add it to the Clojure layer in Spacemacs

practicalli-john07:04:55

@U0K064KQV Would be great to add Anakondo to the Clojure layer as a layer variable. Happy to test if needed. Thanks.

eccentric J12:04:53

Cool! I'll look into leveraging el-get and\or straight.el for learning purposes. I intend to update it once it's published to MELPA, then deprecate it and link to the clojure layer variable when it's merged in.

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eccentric J13:04:28

Learned about the github recipe for layers from https://www.spacemacs.org/doc/LAYERS.html#packagesel and updated my repo after testing it. Now people just have to clone the layer and reload spacemacs and they’re good to go.

didibus20:04:38

Oh neat, I didn't know Spacemacs had a git recipe like that

didibus20:04:45

Pretty cool

eccentric J21:04:00

💯 It really makes it easy to distribute pre-release layers or packages. Out of curiosity I just found out it can be plugged in directly to the dotspacemacs-additional-packages var https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/issues/12756.