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Re: [PATCH] Generic implementation of setup-ensure-spec 1 year, 3 months ago

From Trey Peacock to ~pkal/public-inbox

"Philip Kaludercic" <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> Hi,
>
> Trey Peacock <git@treypeacock.com> writes:
>
>> I currently use a modified versions of the keybinding macros that use
>> `keymap-set` and other functions found in `keymap.el`. This resulted in
>> an error thrown when trying to use the new `kbd` ensure keyword. "C-="
>> can be set with `keymap-set`, but it will result an error in
>> `setup--ensure` with `(kbd "C-=")`.
>>
>> So, I figured it may be useful to allow for custom ENSURE-SPECs. The
>> implementation below uses `cl-defgeneric` to allow for custom methods;

Re: [PATCH] Generic implementation of setup-ensure-spec 1 year, 3 months ago

From Trey Peacock to ~pkal/public-inbox

"Philip Kaludercic" <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> I get the impression that cl-defmacro is too great of an overhead here
> -- especially when we consider loading the necessary files during
> initialisation.  `Setup' is relatively fast, and if there is a more
> efficient/lightweight way then I think it would be preferable.
> Dispatching ensure-specs could also be done using an alist mapping
> symbols to functions.

That makes sense. There should be a new patch attached below. I'm not
extremely familiar with the email patch workflow, so I hope that is okay

> That being said, I wonder if this is really so
> much potential for extending `setup--ensure' or if simply extending it
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[PATCH] Generic implementation of setup-ensure-spec 1 year, 3 months ago

From Trey Peacock to ~pkal/public-inbox

I currently use a modified versions of the keybinding macros that use
`keymap-set` and other functions found in `keymap.el`. This resulted in
an error thrown when trying to use the new `kbd` ensure keyword. "C-="
can be set with `keymap-set`, but it will result an error in
`setup--ensure` with `(kbd "C-=")`.

So, I figured it may be useful to allow for custom ENSURE-SPECs. The
implementation below uses `cl-defgeneric` to allow for custom methods;
however, if you do not want to rely on the `cl-lib` library, I have a
patch that uses an alist variable instead. This seemed a bit cleaner to
me.

For example, this is the spec that I use for by custom `:bind` macros:
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[PATCH] modify keymap-hint to optionally include evil 3 years ago

From Trey to ~l3kn/org-fc-devel

This may be useful for those who use evil and still wish to see their mapped keys echoed in the minibuffer.

---
 org-fc-keymap-hint.el | 7 +++++--
 1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/org-fc-keymap-hint.el b/org-fc-keymap-hint.el
index c910b22..93c32f9 100644
--- a/org-fc-keymap-hint.el
+++ b/org-fc-keymap-hint.el
@@ -30,6 +30,9 @@
(require 'org-fc)
(require 'edmacro)
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[PATCH] missed renaming dashboard function 3 years ago

From Trey Peacock to ~l3kn/org-fc-devel

---
 org-fc-dashboard.el | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/org-fc-dashboard.el b/org-fc-dashboard.el
index e9d593c..b898d0c 100644
--- a/org-fc-dashboard.el
+++ b/org-fc-dashboard.el
@@ -265,7 +265,7 @@ environment without svg support."
(defun org-fc-dashboard (context)
  "Open a buffer showing the dashboard view for CONTEXT."
  (interactive (list (org-fc-select-context)))
  (setq org-fc-context-dashboard context)
  (setq org-fc-dashboard-context context)
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