now at disu.se
Thu May 29 21:28:44 CEST 2014
On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 6:06 PM, Óscar Fuentes <ofv at wanadoo.es> wrote:
> Nikolai Weibull <now at disu.se> writes:
>>>> How should I go about wrapping paredit-forward so that it will work in
>>>> normal mode?
>>>> The problem currently is that once you hit a ‘)’ at the end of a line
>>>> you can’t go forward any more, as point will be /at/ the ‘)’, due to
>>>> the way Evil works, not /after/ the ‘)’, as paredit expects it to be.
>>> For me C-M-f (paredit-forward) puts the point after the closing paren,
>>> so successive C-M-f works as expected.
>> In /insert/ mode, yes. My question mentioned that I’m interested in
>> using paredit-forward in /normal/ mode.
> Sorry for not explicitly stating the fact on my previous message, but I
> was talking of normal mode all along. So there is something different on
> our setups that affects how paredit-forward works on normal mode...
(Phew! I thought you were being a bit daft…I guess I’m a bit too used
to work e-mail.)
> While looking again at my .emacs I found this:
> (setq evil-move-cursor-back nil)
> (setq evil-highlight-closing-paren-at-point-states nil)
> specifically evil-move-cursor-back is, most likely, what you want.
Yes. Even though I prefer the Vi way of doing this (not because it
makes a lot of sense, but because it’s what I’m used to), having
access to this command alone is reason enough to make the switch.
Perhaps I might finally do so.
Here’s a possible solution that seems to work, but probably doesn’t
take some edge case into account:
(evil-define-motion evil-paredit-forward (count)
(if (and evil-move-cursor-back
(eq last-command 'evil-paredit-forward)
(= count 1)
(not (eolp)) (save-excursion (forward-char) (eolp)))
(dotimes (i (or count 1))
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