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Miscellaneous layers for Spacemacs

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spacemacs-layers

My Spacemacs configuration. This includes dotfile (

init.el
) plus layers.

Layers prefixed with

bb
are opinionated personal configuration layers. All others are intended to be generally useful for others (although in reality they may of course not be).

Installation

To install these layers, clone this repository into your

.emacs.d/private
directory. Then add the layers you want to enable to
dotspacemacs-configuration-layers
in your dotfile.

For this to work, you need at least Spacemacs version 0.103.

The fact that my

init.el
is present should not cause a problem.

Contents

encoding

For the moment, this layer only provides a binding on

SPC x e a
to find non-ASCII characters in a buffer.

evil-little-word

Provides the little word text objects for Spacemacs, enabling easier handling of CamelCase word boundaries. In recent versions of Spacemacs, you can toggle

subword-mode
with
SPC t c
, allowing regular word motions and text objects to work the same way. With this layer you don't need a toggle.

no-dots

By default it's impossible to ignore the dotted directories

.
and
..
in
helm-find-files
, even if you use
helm-boring-file-regexp-list
. This layer hacks it in, anyway.

Note that this works regardless of the value of

helm-ff-skip-boring-files
and
helm-boring-file-regexp-list
. That functionality will continue to work as before.

operators

Adds some new evil operators.

  • SPC n n
    : narrow
  • SPC g g
    : public gist
  • SPC g G
    : private gist

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