Switch from Spacemacs to Doom, which is closer to vanilla Emacs and hopefully means I might actually learn how Emacs works?

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Danielle McLean 2020-07-17 13:13:39 +10:00
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[submodule "emacs.d"]
path = emacs.d
url = https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs
url = https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs

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;;; $DOOMDIR/config.el -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
;; Place your private configuration here! Remember, you do not need to run 'doom
;; sync' after modifying this file!
;; Some functionality uses this to identify you, e.g. GPG configuration, email
;; clients, file templates and snippets.
(setq user-full-name "John Doe"
user-mail-address "john@doe.com")
;; Doom exposes five (optional) variables for controlling fonts in Doom. Here
;; are the three important ones:
;; + `doom-font'
;; + `doom-variable-pitch-font'
;; + `doom-big-font' -- used for `doom-big-font-mode'; use this for
;; presentations or streaming.
;; They all accept either a font-spec, font string ("Input Mono-12"), or xlfd
;; font string. You generally only need these two:
;; (setq doom-font (font-spec :family "monospace" :size 12 :weight 'semi-light)
;; doom-variable-pitch-font (font-spec :family "sans" :size 13))
;; There are two ways to load a theme. Both assume the theme is installed and
;; available. You can either set `doom-theme' or manually load a theme with the
;; `load-theme' function. This is the default:
(setq doom-theme 'doom-one)
;; If you use `org' and don't want your org files in the default location below,
;; change `org-directory'. It must be set before org loads!
(setq org-directory "~/org/")
;; This determines the style of line numbers in effect. If set to `nil', line
;; numbers are disabled. For relative line numbers, set this to `relative'.
(setq display-line-numbers-type t)
;; Here are some additional functions/macros that could help you configure Doom:
;; - `load!' for loading external *.el files relative to this one
;; - `use-package!' for configuring packages
;; - `after!' for running code after a package has loaded
;; - `add-load-path!' for adding directories to the `load-path', relative to
;; this file. Emacs searches the `load-path' when you load packages with
;; `require' or `use-package'.
;; - `map!' for binding new keys
;; To get information about any of these functions/macros, move the cursor over
;; the highlighted symbol at press 'K' (non-evil users must press 'C-c c k').
;; This will open documentation for it, including demos of how they are used.
;; You can also try 'gd' (or 'C-c c d') to jump to their definition and see how
;; they are implemented.

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;;; init.el -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
;; This file controls what Doom modules are enabled and what order they load
;; in. Remember to run 'doom sync' after modifying it!
;; NOTE Press 'SPC h d h' (or 'C-h d h' for non-vim users) to access Doom's
;; documentation. There you'll find a "Module Index" link where you'll find
;; a comprehensive list of Doom's modules and what flags they support.
;; NOTE Move your cursor over a module's name (or its flags) and press 'K' (or
;; 'C-c c k' for non-vim users) to view its documentation. This works on
;; flags as well (those symbols that start with a plus).
;; Alternatively, press 'gd' (or 'C-c c d') on a module to browse its
;; directory (for easy access to its source code).
(doom! :input
company ; the ultimate code completion backend
;;helm ; the *other* search engine for love and life
;;ido ; the other *other* search engine...
ivy ; a search engine for love and life
;;deft ; notational velocity for Emacs
doom ; what makes DOOM look the way it does
doom-dashboard ; a nifty splash screen for Emacs
doom-quit ; DOOM quit-message prompts when you quit Emacs
;;fill-column ; a `fill-column' indicator
;;indent-guides ; highlighted indent columns
;;minimap ; show a map of the code on the side
modeline ; snazzy, Atom-inspired modeline, plus API
;;nav-flash ; blink cursor line after big motions
;;neotree ; a project drawer, like NERDTree for vim
ophints ; highlight the region an operation acts on
(popup +defaults) ; tame sudden yet inevitable temporary windows
;;pretty-code ; ligatures or substitute text with pretty symbols
;;tabs ; an tab bar for Emacs
;;treemacs ; a project drawer, like neotree but cooler
;;unicode ; extended unicode support for various languages
vc-gutter ; vcs diff in the fringe
vi-tilde-fringe ; fringe tildes to mark beyond EOB
;;window-select ; visually switch windows
workspaces ; tab emulation, persistence & separate workspaces
;;zen ; distraction-free coding or writing
(evil +everywhere); come to the dark side, we have cookies
file-templates ; auto-snippets for empty files
fold ; (nigh) universal code folding
;;(format +onsave) ; automated prettiness
;;god ; run Emacs commands without modifier keys
;;lispy ; vim for lisp, for people who don't like vim
;;multiple-cursors ; editing in many places at once
;;objed ; text object editing for the innocent
;;parinfer ; turn lisp into python, sort of
;;rotate-text ; cycle region at point between text candidates
snippets ; my elves. They type so I don't have to
;;word-wrap ; soft wrapping with language-aware indent
dired ; making dired pretty [functional]
electric ; smarter, keyword-based electric-indent
;;ibuffer ; interactive buffer management
undo ; persistent, smarter undo for your inevitable mistakes
vc ; version-control and Emacs, sitting in a tree
;;eshell ; the elisp shell that works everywhere
;;shell ; simple shell REPL for Emacs
;;term ; basic terminal emulator for Emacs
;;vterm ; the best terminal emulation in Emacs
syntax ; tasing you for every semicolon you forget
;;spell ; tasing you for misspelling mispelling
;;grammar ; tasing grammar mistake every you make
;;debugger ; FIXME stepping through code, to help you add bugs
;;editorconfig ; let someone else argue about tabs vs spaces
;;ein ; tame Jupyter notebooks with emacs
(eval +overlay) ; run code, run (also, repls)
;;gist ; interacting with github gists
lookup ; navigate your code and its documentation
;;macos ; MacOS-specific commands
magit ; a git porcelain for Emacs
;;make ; run make tasks from Emacs
;;pass ; password manager for nerds
;;pdf ; pdf enhancements
;;prodigy ; FIXME managing external services & code builders
;;rgb ; creating color strings
;;taskrunner ; taskrunner for all your projects
;;terraform ; infrastructure as code
;;tmux ; an API for interacting with tmux
;;upload ; map local to remote projects via ssh/ftp
;;agda ; types of types of types of types...
;;cc ; C/C++/Obj-C madness
;;clojure ; java with a lisp
;;common-lisp ; if you've seen one lisp, you've seen them all
;;coq ; proofs-as-programs
;;crystal ; ruby at the speed of c
;;csharp ; unity, .NET, and mono shenanigans
;;data ; config/data formats
;;(dart +flutter) ; paint ui and not much else
;;elixir ; erlang done right
;;elm ; care for a cup of TEA?
emacs-lisp ; drown in parentheses
;;erlang ; an elegant language for a more civilized age
;;ess ; emacs speaks statistics
;;faust ; dsp, but you get to keep your soul
;;fsharp ; ML stands for Microsoft's Language
;;fstar ; (dependent) types and (monadic) effects and Z3
;;gdscript ; the language you waited for
;;(go +lsp) ; the hipster dialect
;;(haskell +dante) ; a language that's lazier than I am
;;hy ; readability of scheme w/ speed of python
;;idris ;
;;json ; At least it ain't XML
;;(java +meghanada) ; the poster child for carpal tunnel syndrome
;;javascript ; all(hope(abandon(ye(who(enter(here))))))
;;julia ; a better, faster MATLAB
;;kotlin ; a better, slicker Java(Script)
;;latex ; writing papers in Emacs has never been so fun
;;ledger ; an accounting system in Emacs
;;lua ; one-based indices? one-based indices
markdown ; writing docs for people to ignore
;;nim ; python + lisp at the speed of c
;;nix ; I hereby declare "nix geht mehr!"
;;ocaml ; an objective camel
org ; organize your plain life in plain text
;;php ; perl's insecure younger brother
;;plantuml ; diagrams for confusing people more
;;purescript ; javascript, but functional
;;python ; beautiful is better than ugly
;;qt ; the 'cutest' gui framework ever
;;racket ; a DSL for DSLs
;;raku ; the artist formerly known as perl6
;;rest ; Emacs as a REST client
;;rst ; ReST in peace
;;(ruby +rails) ; 1.step {|i| p "Ruby is #{i.even? ? 'love' : 'life'}"}
;;rust ; Fe2O3.unwrap().unwrap().unwrap().unwrap()
;;scala ; java, but good
;;scheme ; a fully conniving family of lisps
sh ; she sells {ba,z,fi}sh shells on the C xor
;;solidity ; do you need a blockchain? No.
;;swift ; who asked for emoji variables?
;;terra ; Earth and Moon in alignment for performance.
;;web ; the tubes
;;yaml ; JSON, but readable
;;(mu4e +gmail)
;;(wanderlust +gmail)
;;irc ; how neckbeards socialize
;;(rss +org) ; emacs as an RSS reader
;;twitter ; twitter client https://twitter.com/vnought
(default +bindings +smartparens))

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;; -*- no-byte-compile: t; -*-
;;; $DOOMDIR/packages.el
;; To install a package with Doom you must declare them here and run 'doom sync'
;; on the command line, then restart Emacs for the changes to take effect -- or
;; use 'M-x doom/reload'.
;; To install SOME-PACKAGE from MELPA, ELPA or emacsmirror:
;(package! some-package)
;; To install a package directly from a remote git repo, you must specify a
;; `:recipe'. You'll find documentation on what `:recipe' accepts here:
;; https://github.com/raxod502/straight.el#the-recipe-format
;(package! another-package
; :recipe (:host github :repo "username/repo"))
;; If the package you are trying to install does not contain a PACKAGENAME.el
;; file, or is located in a subdirectory of the repo, you'll need to specify
;; `:files' in the `:recipe':
;(package! this-package
; :recipe (:host github :repo "username/repo"
; :files ("some-file.el" "src/lisp/*.el")))
;; If you'd like to disable a package included with Doom, you can do so here
;; with the `:disable' property:
;(package! builtin-package :disable t)
;; You can override the recipe of a built in package without having to specify
;; all the properties for `:recipe'. These will inherit the rest of its recipe
;; from Doom or MELPA/ELPA/Emacsmirror:
;(package! builtin-package :recipe (:nonrecursive t))
;(package! builtin-package-2 :recipe (:repo "myfork/package"))
;; Specify a `:branch' to install a package from a particular branch or tag.
;; This is required for some packages whose default branch isn't 'master' (which
;; our package manager can't deal with; see raxod502/straight.el#279)
;(package! builtin-package :recipe (:branch "develop"))
;; Use `:pin' to specify a particular commit to install.
;(package! builtin-package :pin "1a2b3c4d5e")
;; Doom's packages are pinned to a specific commit and updated from release to
;; release. The `unpin!' macro allows you to unpin single packages...
;(unpin! pinned-package)
;; ...or multiple packages
;(unpin! pinned-package another-pinned-package)
;; ...Or *all* packages (NOT RECOMMENDED; will likely break things)
;(unpin! t)

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;; custom-set-variables was added by Custom.
;; If you edit it by hand, you could mess it up, so be careful.
;; Your init file should contain only one such instance.
;; If there is more than one, they won't work right.
(xterm-color ws-butler winum which-key volatile-highlights uuidgen use-package unfill toc-org spaceline powerline smeargle shell-pop restart-emacs rainbow-mode rainbow-identifiers rainbow-delimiters popwin persp-mode pcre2el paradox spinner orgit org-projectile org-category-capture org-present org-pomodoro alert log4e gntp org-plus-contrib org-mime org-download org-bullets open-junk-file neotree mwim multi-term move-text mmm-mode markdown-toc markdown-mode magit-gitflow macrostep lorem-ipsum linum-relative link-hint indent-guide hydra hungry-delete htmlize hl-todo highlight-parentheses highlight-numbers parent-mode highlight-indentation helm-themes helm-swoop helm-projectile helm-mode-manager helm-make projectile helm-gitignore request helm-flx helm-descbinds helm-dash helm-company helm-c-yasnippet helm-ag google-translate golden-ratio gnuplot gitignore-mode gitconfig-mode gitattributes-mode git-timemachine git-messenger git-link git-gutter-fringe+ git-gutter-fringe fringe-helper git-gutter+ git-gutter gh-md fuzzy flyspell-correct-helm flyspell-correct flycheck-pos-tip pos-tip flycheck pkg-info epl flx-ido flx fill-column-indicator fancy-battery eyebrowse expand-region exec-path-from-shell evil-visualstar evil-visual-mark-mode evil-unimpaired evil-tutor evil-surround evil-search-highlight-persist evil-numbers evil-mc evil-matchit evil-magit magit magit-popup git-commit ghub with-editor evil-lisp-state smartparens evil-indent-plus evil-iedit-state iedit evil-exchange evil-escape evil-ediff evil-commentary evil-args evil-anzu anzu evil goto-chg undo-tree eval-sexp-fu highlight eshell-z eshell-prompt-extras esh-help elisp-slime-nav dumb-jump f s diminish diff-hl define-word dash-at-point company-statistics company column-enforce-mode color-identifiers-mode dash clean-aindent-mode bind-map bind-key auto-yasnippet yasnippet auto-highlight-symbol auto-dictionary auto-compile packed aggressive-indent adaptive-wrap ace-window ace-link ace-jump-helm-line helm avy helm-core async ac-ispell auto-complete popup monokai-theme))))
;; custom-set-faces was added by Custom.
;; If you edit it by hand, you could mess it up, so be careful.
;; Your init file should contain only one such instance.
;; If there is more than one, they won't work right.

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;; -*- mode: emacs-lisp -*-
;; This file is loaded by Spacemacs at startup.
;; It must be stored in your home directory.
(defun dotspacemacs/layers ()
"Configuration Layers declaration.
You should not put any user code in this function besides modifying the variable
;; Base distribution to use. This is a layer contained in the directory
;; `+distribution'. For now available distributions are `spacemacs-base'
;; or `spacemacs'. (default 'spacemacs)
dotspacemacs-distribution 'spacemacs
;; Lazy installation of layers (i.e. layers are installed only when a file
;; with a supported type is opened). Possible values are `all', `unused'
;; and `nil'. `unused' will lazy install only unused layers (i.e. layers
;; not listed in variable `dotspacemacs-configuration-layers'), `all' will
;; lazy install any layer that support lazy installation even the layers
;; listed in `dotspacemacs-configuration-layers'. `nil' disable the lazy
;; installation feature and you have to explicitly list a layer in the
;; variable `dotspacemacs-configuration-layers' to install it.
;; (default 'unused)
dotspacemacs-enable-lazy-installation 'unused
;; If non-nil then Spacemacs will ask for confirmation before installing
;; a layer lazily. (default t)
dotspacemacs-ask-for-lazy-installation t
;; If non-nil layers with lazy install support are lazy installed.
;; List of additional paths where to look for configuration layers.
;; Paths must have a trailing slash (i.e. `~/.mycontribs/')
dotspacemacs-configuration-layer-path '()
;; List of configuration layers to load.
(colors :variables
colors-colorize-identifiers 'variables
colors-enable-nyan-cat-progress-bar t)
(shell :variables
shell-default-height 30
shell-default-position 'bottom)
;; List of additional packages that will be installed without being
;; wrapped in a layer. If you need some configuration for these
;; packages, then consider creating a layer. You can also put the
;; configuration in `dotspacemacs/user-config'.
;; A list of packages that cannot be updated.
dotspacemacs-frozen-packages '()
;; A list of packages that will not be installed and loaded.
dotspacemacs-excluded-packages '()
;; Defines the behaviour of Spacemacs when installing packages.
;; Possible values are `used-only', `used-but-keep-unused' and `all'.
;; `used-only' installs only explicitly used packages and uninstall any
;; unused packages as well as their unused dependencies.
;; `used-but-keep-unused' installs only the used packages but won't uninstall
;; them if they become unused. `all' installs *all* packages supported by
;; Spacemacs and never uninstall them. (default is `used-only')
dotspacemacs-install-packages 'used-only))
(defun dotspacemacs/init ()
"Initialization function.
This function is called at the very startup of Spacemacs initialization
before layers configuration.
You should not put any user code in there besides modifying the variable
;; This setq-default sexp is an exhaustive list of all the supported
;; spacemacs settings.
;; If non nil ELPA repositories are contacted via HTTPS whenever it's
;; possible. Set it to nil if you have no way to use HTTPS in your
;; environment, otherwise it is strongly recommended to let it set to t.
;; This variable has no effect if Emacs is launched with the parameter
;; `--insecure' which forces the value of this variable to nil.
;; (default t)
dotspacemacs-elpa-https t
;; Maximum allowed time in seconds to contact an ELPA repository.
dotspacemacs-elpa-timeout 5
;; If non nil then spacemacs will check for updates at startup
;; when the current branch is not `develop'. Note that checking for
;; new versions works via git commands, thus it calls GitHub services
;; whenever you start Emacs. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-check-for-update nil
;; If non-nil, a form that evaluates to a package directory. For example, to
;; use different package directories for different Emacs versions, set this
;; to `emacs-version'.
dotspacemacs-elpa-subdirectory nil
;; One of `vim', `emacs' or `hybrid'.
;; `hybrid' is like `vim' except that `insert state' is replaced by the
;; `hybrid state' with `emacs' key bindings. The value can also be a list
;; with `:variables' keyword (similar to layers). Check the editing styles
;; section of the documentation for details on available variables.
;; (default 'vim)
dotspacemacs-editing-style 'vim
;; If non nil output loading progress in `*Messages*' buffer. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-verbose-loading nil
;; Specify the startup banner. Default value is `official', it displays
;; the official spacemacs logo. An integer value is the index of text
;; banner, `random' chooses a random text banner in `core/banners'
;; directory. A string value must be a path to an image format supported
;; by your Emacs build.
;; If the value is nil then no banner is displayed. (default 'official)
dotspacemacs-startup-banner 'official
;; List of items to show in startup buffer or an association list of
;; the form `(list-type . list-size)`. If nil then it is disabled.
;; Possible values for list-type are:
;; `recents' `bookmarks' `projects' `agenda' `todos'.
;; List sizes may be nil, in which case
;; `spacemacs-buffer-startup-lists-length' takes effect.
dotspacemacs-startup-lists '((recents . 5)
(projects . 7))
;; True if the home buffer should respond to resize events.
dotspacemacs-startup-buffer-responsive t
;; Default major mode of the scratch buffer (default `text-mode')
dotspacemacs-scratch-mode 'text-mode
;; List of themes, the first of the list is loaded when spacemacs starts.
;; Press <SPC> T n to cycle to the next theme in the list (works great
;; with 2 themes variants, one dark and one light)
dotspacemacs-themes '(monokai)
;; If non nil the cursor color matches the state color in GUI Emacs.
dotspacemacs-colorize-cursor-according-to-state t
;; Default font, or prioritized list of fonts. `powerline-scale' allows to
;; quickly tweak the mode-line size to make separators look not too crappy.
dotspacemacs-default-font '("FuraCode Nerd Font"
:size 14
:weight normal
:width normal
:powerline-scale 1.3)
;; The leader key
dotspacemacs-leader-key "SPC"
;; The key used for Emacs commands (M-x) (after pressing on the leader key).
;; (default "SPC")
dotspacemacs-emacs-command-key "SPC"
;; The key used for Vim Ex commands (default ":")
dotspacemacs-ex-command-key ":"
;; The leader key accessible in `emacs state' and `insert state'
;; (default "M-m")
dotspacemacs-emacs-leader-key "M-m"
;; Major mode leader key is a shortcut key which is the equivalent of
;; pressing `<leader> m`. Set it to `nil` to disable it. (default ",")
dotspacemacs-major-mode-leader-key ","
;; Major mode leader key accessible in `emacs state' and `insert state'.
;; (default "C-M-m")
dotspacemacs-major-mode-emacs-leader-key "C-M-m"
;; These variables control whether separate commands are bound in the GUI to
;; the key pairs C-i, TAB and C-m, RET.
;; Setting it to a non-nil value, allows for separate commands under <C-i>
;; and TAB or <C-m> and RET.
;; In the terminal, these pairs are generally indistinguishable, so this only
;; works in the GUI. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-distinguish-gui-tab nil
;; If non nil `Y' is remapped to `y$' in Evil states. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-remap-Y-to-y$ nil
;; If non-nil, the shift mappings `<' and `>' retain visual state if used
;; there. (default t)
dotspacemacs-retain-visual-state-on-shift t
;; If non-nil, J and K move lines up and down when in visual mode.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-visual-line-move-text nil
;; If non nil, inverse the meaning of `g' in `:substitute' Evil ex-command.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-ex-substitute-global nil
;; Name of the default layout (default "Default")
dotspacemacs-default-layout-name "Default"
;; If non nil the default layout name is displayed in the mode-line.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-display-default-layout nil
;; If non nil then the last auto saved layouts are resume automatically upon
;; start. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-auto-resume-layouts nil
;; Size (in MB) above which spacemacs will prompt to open the large file
;; literally to avoid performance issues. Opening a file literally means that
;; no major mode or minor modes are active. (default is 1)
dotspacemacs-large-file-size 1
;; Location where to auto-save files. Possible values are `original' to
;; auto-save the file in-place, `cache' to auto-save the file to another
;; file stored in the cache directory and `nil' to disable auto-saving.
;; (default 'cache)
dotspacemacs-auto-save-file-location 'cache
;; Maximum number of rollback slots to keep in the cache. (default 5)
dotspacemacs-max-rollback-slots 5
;; If non nil, `helm' will try to minimize the space it uses. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-helm-resize nil
;; if non nil, the helm header is hidden when there is only one source.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-helm-no-header nil
;; define the position to display `helm', options are `bottom', `top',
;; `left', or `right'. (default 'bottom)
dotspacemacs-helm-position 'bottom
;; Controls fuzzy matching in helm. If set to `always', force fuzzy matching
;; in all non-asynchronous sources. If set to `source', preserve individual
;; source settings. Else, disable fuzzy matching in all sources.
;; (default 'always)
dotspacemacs-helm-use-fuzzy 'always
;; If non nil the paste micro-state is enabled. When enabled pressing `p`
;; several times cycle between the kill ring content. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-enable-paste-transient-state nil
;; Which-key delay in seconds. The which-key buffer is the popup listing
;; the commands bound to the current keystroke sequence. (default 0.4)
dotspacemacs-which-key-delay 0.4
;; Which-key frame position. Possible values are `right', `bottom' and
;; `right-then-bottom'. right-then-bottom tries to display the frame to the
;; right; if there is insufficient space it displays it at the bottom.
;; (default 'bottom)
dotspacemacs-which-key-position 'bottom
;; If non nil a progress bar is displayed when spacemacs is loading. This
;; may increase the boot time on some systems and emacs builds, set it to
;; nil to boost the loading time. (default t)
dotspacemacs-loading-progress-bar t
;; If non nil the frame is fullscreen when Emacs starts up. (default nil)
;; (Emacs 24.4+ only)
dotspacemacs-fullscreen-at-startup nil
;; If non nil `spacemacs/toggle-fullscreen' will not use native fullscreen.
;; Use to disable fullscreen animations in OSX. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-fullscreen-use-non-native nil
;; If non nil the frame is maximized when Emacs starts up.
;; Takes effect only if `dotspacemacs-fullscreen-at-startup' is nil.
;; (default nil) (Emacs 24.4+ only)
dotspacemacs-maximized-at-startup nil
;; A value from the range (0..100), in increasing opacity, which describes
;; the transparency level of a frame when it's active or selected.
;; Transparency can be toggled through `toggle-transparency'. (default 90)
dotspacemacs-active-transparency 90
;; A value from the range (0..100), in increasing opacity, which describes
;; the transparency level of a frame when it's inactive or deselected.
;; Transparency can be toggled through `toggle-transparency'. (default 90)
dotspacemacs-inactive-transparency 90
;; If non nil show the titles of transient states. (default t)
dotspacemacs-show-transient-state-title t
;; If non nil show the color guide hint for transient state keys. (default t)
dotspacemacs-show-transient-state-color-guide t
;; If non nil unicode symbols are displayed in the mode line. (default t)
dotspacemacs-mode-line-unicode-symbols t
;; If non nil smooth scrolling (native-scrolling) is enabled. Smooth
;; scrolling overrides the default behavior of Emacs which recenters point
;; when it reaches the top or bottom of the screen. (default t)
dotspacemacs-smooth-scrolling t
;; Control line numbers activation.
;; If set to `t' or `relative' line numbers are turned on in all `prog-mode' and
;; `text-mode' derivatives. If set to `relative', line numbers are relative.
;; This variable can also be set to a property list for finer control:
;; '(:relative nil
;; :disabled-for-modes dired-mode
;; doc-view-mode
;; markdown-mode
;; org-mode
;; pdf-view-mode
;; text-mode
;; :size-limit-kb 1000)
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-line-numbers nil
;; Code folding method. Possible values are `evil' and `origami'.
;; (default 'evil)
dotspacemacs-folding-method 'evil
;; If non-nil smartparens-strict-mode will be enabled in programming modes.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-smartparens-strict-mode nil
;; If non-nil pressing the closing parenthesis `)' key in insert mode passes
;; over any automatically added closing parenthesis, bracket, quote, etc…
;; This can be temporary disabled by pressing `C-q' before `)'. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-smart-closing-parenthesis nil
;; Select a scope to highlight delimiters. Possible values are `any',
;; `current', `all' or `nil'. Default is `all' (highlight any scope and
;; emphasis the current one). (default 'all)
dotspacemacs-highlight-delimiters 'all
;; If non nil, advise quit functions to keep server open when quitting.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-persistent-server nil
;; List of search tool executable names. Spacemacs uses the first installed
;; tool of the list. Supported tools are `ag', `pt', `ack' and `grep'.
;; (default '("ag" "pt" "ack" "grep"))
dotspacemacs-search-tools '("ag" "pt" "ack" "grep")
;; The default package repository used if no explicit repository has been
;; specified with an installed package.
;; Not used for now. (default nil)
dotspacemacs-default-package-repository nil
;; Delete whitespace while saving buffer. Possible values are `all'
;; to aggressively delete empty line and long sequences of whitespace,
;; `trailing' to delete only the whitespace at end of lines, `changed'to
;; delete only whitespace for changed lines or `nil' to disable cleanup.
;; (default nil)
dotspacemacs-whitespace-cleanup nil))
(defun dotspacemacs/user-init ()
"Initialization function for user code.
It is called immediately after `dotspacemacs/init', before layer configuration
This function is mostly useful for variables that need to be set
before packages are loaded. If you are unsure, you should try in setting them in
`dotspacemacs/user-config' first.")
(defun dotspacemacs/user-config ()
"Configuration function for user code.
This function is called at the very end of Spacemacs initialization after
layers configuration.
This is the place where most of your configurations should be done. Unless it is
explicitly specified that a variable should be set before a package is loaded,
you should place your code here."
(setq-default evil-escape-key-sequence "jj")
(setq-default parinfer-extensions
(add-hook 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook #'parinfer-mode))
(setq custom-file
(concat (or (getenv "XDG_CONFIG_HOME") "~/.config")
(when (file-exists-p custom-file)
(load custom-file))

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