I am trying to update annoying-arrows to work with evil-mode.
Annoying arrows is this minor-mode that complains when you use the same simple movement-command too many times in a row. (I have also updated it to open a buffer when it is triggered to make it super annoying.)
Here is my attempt at getting
annoying-arrows to work with evil-mode.
One problem I have is that when the advice is triggered for the functions
evil-previous-char, the message is written twice in the buffer.
So instead of this:
Annoying! How about using left-word (<C-left>) instead of this-command: evil-backward-char??
I get the following message:
Annoying! How about using left-word (<C-left>) instead of this-command: evil-backward-chaAnnoying! How about using left-word (<C-left>) instead of this-command: evil-backward-char?r?
Anybody have a clue why that might happen and if there is a workaround? Any debugging tips would be appreciated.
There is probably nothing wrong with my code as it works for the regular emacs functions
Ps. This issue might be related, but is above my current level of emacs understanding: Problem with defining advice for evil-delete