Time to cull .emacs

I think it’s time I cull my .emacs file. I’ve got at least two packages partially stomping on each other because some package isn’t very well behaved. (ivy? avy? counsel? ivy-posframe? symon? Eh…maybe it’s one of the other 30 packages I use.)

The symptoms: Anaconda-mode flips me off, I can’t predict when I’ll get a pop-up completion menu, and blank virtual desktops try to take over my screen.

1 comment
  1. james said:

    My philosophy is that the closer you are to upstream Emacs, the less features you’ll have, but you’ll have fewer problems and better integration.

    Consider icomplete and fido-mode (rather than ivy). Consider isearch rather than avy.

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