SPC m (major mode) is always mapped to
,, so for example
SPC m e r =>
, e r. 50x less keystrokes
Any idea how this maps to emacs-style keybindings? I do already know that I have to substitute the leading
SPC in any chord by
M-m, which is especially annoying when trying to do
M-m m… I always have the finger a microsecond or so to long on my
Alt-key, so I do send
M-m M-m instead of what I wanted originally.
Find a spacemacs file for Ubuntu and OSX here:
Works for me with a Swiss German keyboard layout, so it might work for a German keyboard.
How display table of context in help and jump to specific topic?
Assume I am on Elixir String.split help in spacemacs.
I don’t know how to configure my spacemacs, I would like to make it work for ES6/7 and not use colons
Hey guys, I’m a Spacemacs beginner. I installed Alchemist so far (I think ) but Elixir files have no syntax highlight? Could anyone give me some quick rundowns on how to do it?
Check this article http://www.zohaib.me/spacemacs-and-alchemist-to-make-elixir-of-immortality/
I was actually following that guide but now I see I had done a stupid mistake in the configuration file Thank you anyway
Did you ever get an answer to this? The gitter channel is fairly active, though I prefer the forum format for this type of stuff.
It’s probably eslint that’s producing those warnings. There must be a way to tell eslint to ignore missing semicolons.
No, no one has replied it.
I’m dedicating two weeks to using Spacemacs. So far, a lot to like, a few not to like. I’m giving it two weeks to make sure that I’m not just finding it uncomfortable because it’s not vim + tmux.
I use Alchemist.
So the commands are
SPC c l -> comment line
SPC c p -> comment paragraph
one more important one.
commenting a block
go to beginning of block. ->
V % SPC c l (its Shift + v)
If anyone is looking for some elisp practise the issues for alchemist are now tagged with difficulty levels.
I am trying spacemacs but I can’t make goto definition work. For example in this line
plug :accepts, ["json"]
I go over plug and I do “, g g” and I get “Don’t know how to find plug”
Also does error highlighting work in spacemacs? In Atom when I save the errors get highlighted in the file. In spacemacs I don’t get any notifications.
I think alchemist (the elixir tool for emacs) does not handle go-to for macros in other libraries yet.
plug, with some other stuff in phoenix controllers are macros.
You can however check them out in the phoenix source https://github.com/phoenixframework/phoenix/blob/v1.2.1/lib/phoenix/controller/pipeline.ex#L181.
Error highlighting works on some stuff, I suppose Atom has more of it.
But check this out https://github.com/tonini/alchemist.el/issues/209
My previous statement was wrong, Alchemist will handle any macros just fine. It is just Phoenixes unconventional way of importing modules through
web.ex) that give alchemist a hard time.
Look at this issue for more info https://github.com/tonini/alchemist.el/issues/179.
What theme are you guys using on your Spacemacs?
The default one , was using spolsky for a while but went back to default.