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Re: ELPA: New package: nano-theme

From: Philip Kaludercic
Subject: Re: ELPA: New package: nano-theme
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2021 06:24:20 +0000

"Nicolas P. Rougier (inria)" <nicolas.rougier@inria.fr> writes:

>>>> Furthermore, I wonder why you define the commands nano-light and
>>>> nano-dark, instead of two themes, nano-light and nano-dark (along
>>>> the
>>>> same lines of what modus-themes currently does). You could also
>>>> turn
>>>> nano-setup into a custom theme, so that the user can easily enable
>>>> and
>>>> disable it.
>>> Maybe I need to read the documentation on what a theme can set. For
>>> example, I set the face for the minibuffer (0 & 1) and echo area (0
>>> &
>>> 1) and I wasn't sure how to specify this in a theme. Same for
>>> underline to be set at descent line, etc.
>> Not directly, but you could define a custom option/minor mode that
>> is
>> activated as part of the theme to change these things too.
> But then you need to load the theme and activate the minor mode, do
> you?. Having a (nano-light) command is more direct in my opinion and
> in any case, user is free to only load the theme the regular way.

No, a custom theme can enable a custom option (via
custom-theme-set-variables), and since every minor mode is also a user
option, you can enable a minor mode as part of a theme.

>>>> - Lines 363ff. seem to be indented unconventionally. Maybe add a
>>>>   .dir-locals.el to make sure everyone is using the same
>>>> whitespace
>>>>   configuration.
> I had a mix of space and tabs for unknown reason. Hopefully it has
> been fixed.
> Nicolas

        Philip Kaludercic

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