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I would like to make some change on spacemacs's default buffer *spacemacs*,like move recently files and projects to left and show my TODO list in the right or bottom from another file

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Use emacs-dashboard ? It is

A shameless extraction of Spacemac's startup screen

that

  • Displays an awesome Emacs banner!
  • Recent files
  • Bookmarks list
  • Recent projectile projects list (Depends on projectile package)

they're working to make it easily customisable, AFAIK.

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It seems like you're looking for something more along the lines of Workgroups2, a session manager for emacs that saves and restores open buffers along with thier locations and sizes. Also supports multiple workspaces.

Comprehensive info is available at readthedocs: Workgroups2 - Emacs Session Manager

And git: Workgroups for Emacs

  • Emacs works differently than other editors you may have used in the past and Spacemacs is really "just" a configuration of layers and extensions that make Emacs more accessible to new users. A key difference, as Dan points out, is that everything begins in a buffer... and is only later written to a file type.
  • For instance, having the Scratch buffer always available is very handy. One can immediately enter anything here (an org TODO, a Clojure script, a LISP fragment).
  • It only becomes something else when you do something to the buffer; that is, when you save it to a file (foo.org, foo.clj, foo.lisp, etc). Saving a buffer as something changes its nature from general to specific, from potentiality to actuality.

    This has interesting philosophical considerations!

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