My question is how to let the command SPC-m-c-Cget the function name automatically?

I am using 0.200.10@25.3.1 (spacemacs), on Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit
I am using cscope layer, it is great but with one function cannot be used normally.

Every time when I press SPC-m-c-C to call helm-cscope-find-calling-this-funtcion, I get error command-execute: Wrong type argument: commandp, helm-cscope-find-calling-this-funtcion
I then do M-x helm-cscope-find-calling-this-funtcion, it will then ask me to input the function name and after I input the function name, everything works well.

I have also searched for some similar questions, but they are not the problem I am facing.

My config file for cscope

(defun cscope/init-helm-cscope ()
  (use-package helm-cscope
    :defer t
    (defun spacemacs/setup-helm-cscope (mode)
      "Setup `helm-cscope' for MODE"
      (spacemacs/set-leader-keys-for-major-mode mode
        "cc" 'helm-cscope-find-called-function
        "cC" 'helm-cscope-find-calling-this-funtcion
        "cd" 'helm-cscope-find-global-definition
        "ce" 'helm-cscope-find-egrep-pattern
        "cf" 'helm-cscope-find-this-file
        "cF" 'helm-cscope-find-files-including-file
        "cr" 'helm-cscope-find-this-symbol
        "cx" 'helm-cscope-find-this-text-string))
    (defadvice helm-cscope-find-this-symbol (before cscope/goto activate)
  • Is it really spelled "funtcion"? The error tells you that that function is not a command, which means that it does not have an interactive spec. But you can apparently invoke it using M-x, which requires a command. Can you repro the problem when starting with emacs -Q (no init file)? What does C-h k M-x tell you M-x is bound to? There seems to be some info missing from this question. – Drew Dec 16 '17 at 6:13
  • Thank you very much. It is really a wrong spelling and they have already updated this bug in the develop branch github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/blob/develop/layers/%2Btags/… – sflee Dec 16 '17 at 13:47

You have a spelling mistake:


The word is spelled function

I'm not using these features so I don't know for sure, but I suspect that the problem will be solved if you fix that name.

  • Yes, you are right, thank you very much. – sflee Dec 16 '17 at 4:49

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