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Re: req-package


From: Edward Knyshov
Subject: Re: req-package
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 15:10:49 +0300

Yes, sure. Sorry for late answer. Here is example. I configure clojure
development environment with req-package(use-package)

(req-package eldoc
​​ ;; this form call will download eldoc package from elpa or el-get as
needed

  :commands eldoc
​​
​​
-mode
​​ ;; this parameter delays loading of eldoc until eldo-mode function is
called

  :init (prog
​​
n (add-h
​​
ook 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook (lambda () (eldoc-mode 1)))
​ ​;; add eldoc to emacs lisp mode

​                      ​
  (add-hook 'lisp-interaction-mode-hook (lambda () (eldoc-mode 1)))))
​​
;; add eldoc to
​lisp based interaction modes
 modes
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(req-package clojure-mode
​​
 ;; this form call will download
​clojure-mode
 package from elpa or el-get as needed
  :mode (("clj\\'" . clojure-mo
​​
de)
​ ;; this parameter delays loading of clojure-mode until ​

​                 ​
("cljs\\'" . clojure-mode)))
​ ;; file with any of these extensions is loaded​


(req-package cider
​​
 ;; this form call will download
​cider
 package from elpa or el-get as needed
  :require (clojure-m
​​
ode eldoc)
​ ;; this parameters makes sure that this req-package form is evaluated
after all of these packages are loaded​

  :commands cider-mode
​ ;; delay loading until cider-mode function is called​

  :init (progn (add-hook 'clojure-mode-h
​​
ook #'cider-mode)
​ ;; start cider in clojure mode​


​                      ​
(add-hook 'cider-mode-hook #'eldoc-mode)
​ ;; start eldoc after cider setups some of its internal things and calls
its hook​


​                      ​
(setq nrepl-log-messages t)))
​ ;; some logging stuff


(req-package-finish)​ ;; start loading

​​
This
​ example may bit a bit hard to understand in concrete, but you may get an
idea.​

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 6:30 PM Stefan Monnier <address@hidden>
wrote:

> > Remember, how often you tackled into problem, when you need to require
> one
> > package, do some configuration, then the same with second and so on.
>
> Indeed, one of the problems I have here is to remember the last time
> I had a problem like the one you describe.
>
> Obviously, we're not using the same set of packages or the same kind
> of configuration.  Can you give some examples you've bumped into?
>
>
>         Stefan
>
>
>


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