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I have a large monorepo repository and open different parts of it in a persp-mode perspective. It would be nice if for all buffers owned by that perspective I could set for example projectile-project-root. Is this possible?

Side note (not part of the official question, maybe just add a comment?) Is there a good rundown on how exactly scope works in elisp other than the docs - they're helpful but pretty bare bones and not really enough for me to grok fully how this works especially when plugins are in the equation.

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    Maybe you can use directory local variables gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/… – John Kitchin Aug 11 at 19:16
  • @JohnKitchin but first of all, projectile-project-root is buffer-local (and I'm not sure like I said how scoping works there). But more importantly, if I visit that file in a different perspective I do not want it to shift projects for me. The use case is that I have a monorepo and need to retain the ability to jump around it while at the same time being able to focus on a couple areas in a different perspective. – George Mauer Aug 12 at 14:21

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