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2021-01-27
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grazfather02:01:15

Hm, spacemacs also can’t copy and paste properly. I can’t even figure out what it’s doing, it just… fucks up everything when you try to copy and paste with v and p

zane02:01:33

Is it possible that you’re still winding up in lisp state after some operations?

grazfather02:01:58

no, I made sure that I started in normal mode

zane03:01:22

Did you mean y instead of v?

grazfather03:01:01

I meant v for selecting

grazfather03:01:44

so I meant v, y, then p.

practicalli-john08:01:11

I would appreciate it if swear words were not used in this channel, no matter how frustrated you obviously are.

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Faris17:01:02

It says here https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/clojure-repl/jack-in-to-repl.html that Spacemacs can start a REPL for the current Clojure project, calling out to the Clojure CLI tools (deps.edn), Leiningen (project.clj) or Boot (boot.build) based on which configuration file is found in the root of the project. I’m not sure how exactly to accomplish this. So far I’ve only managed to send one file at a time to the REPL, and if a file imports from another file, I’ll need to load that file manually as well.

practicalli-john08:01:22

, ' calls sesman start and asks which type or repl to start. When that has started, the , e menu has a number of commands to evaluate Clojure. , e f to evaluate the whole of the current express under the cursor (from the most outer brackets). https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/evaluating-clojure/

clyfe18:01:07

> package evil-magit is unavailable I get that after installing spacemacs develop with practicalli live

clyfe18:01:59

Nvm, my emacs version is 26, I'll try 27

clyfe21:01:01

So evil-magit moved to evil-collection, but why on earth remove it from melpa?