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I want to remap evil-ex-search-previous to some other key than ,. I tried

(define-key evil-motion-state-map "," 'evil-avy-goto-char-in-line)
(evil-define-key 'normal magit-mode-map "," 'evil-avy-goto-char-in-line)
(evil-define-key 'visual magit-mode-map "," 'evil-avy-goto-char-in-line)

However none of it worked. Using which key I see, that , is still bound to the old key. How can I change this?

  • What in the first place would map it to ,? That's certainly not the default. Generally, check out evil-maps.el for such questions. – wasamasa Sep 17 at 6:23
  • I use doom-emacs, it may have something to do with this emacs configuration, but I don't know where I should look. – Rareform Sep 17 at 12:23
  • Yes, that is most certainly the problem. Please tag your question accordingly and consider asking on their Discord channel. – wasamasa Sep 17 at 13:32
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I asked on discord channel and after some thinking the working solution specific to doom-emacs which I received is

(map!
 :nvm "," #'evil-avy-goto-char-in-line
 :desc "go to next char")
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