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2020-07-11
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aperson21:07:46

I'm trying out spacemacs, I'm on macos - the program will not quit. I have to force kill it. Is this expected?

practicalli-john21:07:18

Sounds strange. If you are not using the Spacemacs develop branch, I recommend you update to that version, it has a lot of fixes. https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/install-spacemacs/switch-to-develop.html

rberger00:07:06

I just had a weird problem where i wanted to switch to develop and use the practicalli spacemacs but with holy mode. On macOS 10.15.5 . Tried it with emacs-plus 26, 27 and 28 thinking that it was something wrong with my emacs install. It would keep giving me errors like

Toggle: evil-safe-lisp-structural-editing "This toggle is not supported"
And would keep hanging hard. Couldn’t sudo kill -9 or force quit. Eventually got rid of the practicalli .spacemacs.d and used the default (with holy mode) and my old .spacemacs.d and its working fine… I don’t have time right now to debug further but will later. Will try again with a vanilla practicalli .spacemacs.d But I’ve never seen Emacs not be able to be force quit before

aperson21:07:10

ahh sp - q - Q did it

rberger00:07:06

I just had a weird problem where i wanted to switch to develop and use the practicalli spacemacs but with holy mode. On macOS 10.15.5 . Tried it with emacs-plus 26, 27 and 28 thinking that it was something wrong with my emacs install. It would keep giving me errors like

Toggle: evil-safe-lisp-structural-editing "This toggle is not supported"
And would keep hanging hard. Couldn’t sudo kill -9 or force quit. Eventually got rid of the practicalli .spacemacs.d and used the default (with holy mode) and my old .spacemacs.d and its working fine… I don’t have time right now to debug further but will later. Will try again with a vanilla practicalli .spacemacs.d But I’ve never seen Emacs not be able to be force quit before