I am using Python but some pre-defineted snippets are acting not as I wanted, hence I want to remove some, if possible.
In most cases, I am using
TAB for indent alignment, hence
yasnippets apply themselve, which is pretty annoying.
In a Python file writing
log and press
emacs write followings code piece, which I want to disable:
logger = logging.getLogger("name") logger.setLevel(logging.level)
(add-hook 'python-mode-hook 'lsp) (add-hook 'python-mode-hook #'lsp-deferred) # taken from: https://github.com/joaotavora/yasnippet (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/plugins/yasnippet") (require 'yasnippet) (yas-global-mode 1)
Hide Yas Snippet Dirs: [Value Menu] List of directories: [INS] [DEL] Choice: [Value Menu] Directory: ~/.emacs.d/snippets [INS] [DEL] Choice: [Value Menu] Variable: yasnippet-snippets-dir [INS] [DEL] Choice: [Value Menu] Variable: yasnippet-classic-snippets-dir
Please note that when I try to create a new snippet it generates it under
/home/user/etc/yasnippet/snippets/python-mode/ instead of
Default snippets are located under
/usr/share/yasnippet-snippets/python-mode; but since they require permission would it be a good idea to remove the ones that I don't want to use?
For example I want to remove following snippet keys for:
Basically,I just want to remove all
key snippets for the given key. For example, when I type
str and press
TAB emacs says:
Possible completions are: __str__ str . Choose a snippet:
where I don't want to see neither of it and completely remove all keys for the