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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. It is optional.
(setq user-full-name "John Doe"
user-mail-address "")
;; Doom exposes five (optional) variables for controlling fonts in Doom:
;; - `doom-font' -- the primary font to use
;; - `doom-variable-pitch-font' -- a non-monospace font (where applicable)
;; - `doom-big-font' -- used for `doom-big-font-mode'; use this for
;; presentations or streaming.
;; - `doom-unicode-font' -- for unicode glyphs
;; - `doom-serif-font' -- for the `fixed-pitch-serif' face
;; See 'C-h v doom-font' for documentation and more examples of what they
;; accept. For example:
(setq doom-font (font-spec :family "Cascadia Code PL" :size 15 :weight 'semi-light)
doom-variable-pitch-font (font-spec :family "PT Sans" :size 15))
;; If you or Emacs can't find your font, use 'M-x describe-font' to look them
;; up, `M-x eval-region' to execute elisp code, and 'M-x doom/reload-font' to
;; refresh your font settings. If Emacs still can't find your font, it likely
;; wasn't installed correctly. Font issues are rarely Doom issues!
;; 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)
;; 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)
;; 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/")
;; Whenever you reconfigure a package, make sure to wrap your config in an
;; `after!' block, otherwise Doom's defaults may override your settings. E.g.
;; (after! PACKAGE
;; (setq x y))
;; The exceptions to this rule:
;; - Setting file/directory variables (like `org-directory')
;; - Setting variables which explicitly tell you to set them before their
;; package is loaded (see 'C-h v VARIABLE' to look up their documentation).
;; - Setting doom variables (which start with 'doom-' or '+').
;; Here are some additional functions/macros that will 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.
;; Alternatively, use `C-h o' to look up a symbol (functions, variables, faces,
;; etc).
;; 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 link to Doom's Module Index where all
;; of our modules are listed, including 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
;;bidi ; (tfel ot) thgir etirw uoy gnipleh
;;layout ; auie,ctsrnm is the superior home row
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
vertico ; the search engine of the future
;;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
;;(emoji +unicode) ; 🙂
;;indent-guides ; highlighted indent columns
ligatures ; ligatures and symbols to make your code pretty again
;;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
;;tabs ; a 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 +flyspell) ; tasing you for misspelling mispelling
;;grammar ; tasing grammar mistake every you make
;;biblio ; Writes a PhD for you (citation needed)
;;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
;;lsp ; M-x vscode
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
;;tree-sitter ; syntax and parsing, sitting in a tree...
;;upload ; map local to remote projects via ssh/ftp
(:if IS-MAC macos) ; improve compatibility with macOS
tty ; improve the terminal Emacs experience
;;agda ; types of types of types of types...
;;beancount ; mind the GAAP
;;(cc +lsp) ; C > C++ == 1
;;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
;;fortran ; in FORTRAN, GOD is REAL (unless declared INTEGER)
;;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
;;(graphql +lsp) ; Give queries a REST
;;(haskell +lsp) ; a language that's lazier than I am
;;hy ; readability of scheme w/ speed of python
;;idris ; a language you can depend on
;;json ; At least it ain't XML
;;(java +lsp) ; 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
;;lean ; for folks with too much to prove
;;ledger ; be audit you can be
;;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 +guile) ; 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
;;zig ; C, but simpler
;;(mu4e +org +gmail)
;;(wanderlust +gmail)
;;everywhere ; *leave* Emacs!? You must be joking
;;irc ; how neckbeards socialize
;;(rss +org) ; emacs as an RSS reader
;;twitter ; twitter client
(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:
;(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 radian-software/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)