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Re: Include ivy + counsel in Emacs core?

From: Oleh Krehel
Subject: Re: Include ivy + counsel in Emacs core?
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2020 13:16:54 +0200
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Hi Andrea,

Thanks for bringing this up. I'm also interested in including Ivy as a core package, pre-configured

in a no-surprise way. If the maintainers want to proceed, I'd be happy to iron out the small annoyances that prevent it

from being a drop-in replacement of e.g. ido-mode.


On 9/13/20 8:53 PM, Andrea Corallo wrote:
Hi all,

as I'm relatively new here forgive me if this was already asked.

Given all the recent discussions about modern Emacs but also fido-mode
came to my mind the following question:

was ever considered the inclusion of ivy + counsel in the Emacs core

ivy+counsel it's a quality package that reached already noticeable
popularity.  Does fuzzy completion with vertical output display, and its
counsel-M-X shows also the command key binding (feature I consider for
my experience a _game changer_ for softening the learning curve).
Finally it's already in ELPA.

I'm probably wrong but I get the impression it has already everything
fido-mode is trying to get.

I'd see its inclusion together with a polished which-key a perfect



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