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authorAlan Pearce2014-08-02 08:49:22 +0100
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6Date = 2014-06-07T20:16:16Z 6Date = 2014-06-07T20:16:16Z
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9I finally got around to making a website. I decided to use [Hugo] with a slightly-modified [Hyde theme]. 9I finally got around to making a website. I decided to use [Hugo][]with a slightly-modified [Hyde theme][]
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11Someday I'll make my own theme, probably using [Stylus] for CSS processing. But for now, this will do. The more important thing is just to create some content. 11Someday I'll make my own theme, probably using [Stylus][]for CSS processing. But for now, this will do. The more important thing is just to create some content.
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13[Hugo]: http://hugo.spf13.com/ 13[Hugo]: http://hugo.spf13.com/
14[Hyde theme]: https://github.com/spf13/hyde 14[Hyde theme]: https://github.com/spf13/hyde
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6date = 2014-07-12T09:12:34Z 6date = 2014-07-12T09:12:34Z
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9I use [Projectile] for working with projects in Emacs. It's really good at finding files in projects, working with source code indexes (I use [Global]), and with its [perspective] support, it's also great at separating projects into workspaces. However, I've always felt it lacking in actually opening projects. I tend to work on different projects all the time and `projectile-switch-project` only tracks projects once they've been opened initially (despite the name, it works across Emacs sessions). 9I use [Projectile][] for working with projects in Emacs. It's really good at finding files in projects, working with source code indexes (I use [Global][]), and with its [perspective][] support, it's also great at separating projects into workspaces. However, I've always felt it lacking in actually opening projects. I tend to work on different projects all the time and `projectile-switch-project` only tracks projects once they've been opened initially (despite the name, it works across Emacs sessions).
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11With this in mind, I decided to try to add support for opening projects under a given subdirectory, e.g. `~/projects`, regardless of whether or not I've visited them before. 11With this in mind, I decided to try to add support for opening projects under a given subdirectory, e.g. `~/projects`, regardless of whether or not I've visited them before.
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13I saw that projectile uses [Dash.el] in some places, and after reading about [anaphoric macros], I decided that I'd try to use them to aid me. 13I saw that projectile uses [Dash.el][] in some places, and after reading about [anaphoric macros], I decided that I'd try to use them to aid me.
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15{{% highlight cl %}} 15{{% highlight cl %}}
16(defun ap/subfolder-projects (dir) 16(defun ap/subfolder-projects (dir)
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40By wrapping the call to `ap/subfolder-projects` in another function that takes the same directory argument, we can re-use the project parent directory and expand the selected project name into an absolute path before passing it to `projectile-switch-project-by-name`. 40By wrapping the call to `ap/subfolder-projects` in another function that takes the same directory argument, we can re-use the project parent directory and expand the selected project name into an absolute path before passing it to `projectile-switch-project-by-name`.
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42We get support for multiple completion systems for free, since projectile has a wrapper function that works with the default system, ido, [grizzl] and recently, [helm]. 42We get support for multiple completion systems for free, since projectile has a wrapper function that works with the default system, ido, [grizzl][] and recently, [helm][].
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44Then I defined some helper functions to make it easy to open work and home projects. 44Then I defined some helper functions to make it easy to open work and home projects.
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