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Projectile is a project management package and framework that facilitates operations against the project as a whole.

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Why does projectile-compile-project call “go build ./…”?

I just started to use projectile. I use it with a go project. When I call projectile-compile-project, go build ./... runs, but after that there is no binary. The same happens when I call go build ./......
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How can I run imenu in all project files?

Is there any package which will allow to run the imenu in all project files of a current mode? More specifically I have a Go project defined by projectile and I would like to search for a symbol in ...
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projectile-find-file and ivy - create file with subdirectories

I'm using ivy and projectile. When I search for some file with projectile-find-file, and the file does not exist, I would it to be created. If it is inside directories that also do not exist, ask if ...
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Helm/Projectile outside a project

I use the packages Helm and helm-projectile for navigating in Emacs. I ran into problems, when I use projectile-helm inside Helm, and I'm able to reproduce this with a empty Emacs init file. The ...
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using cyphejor with projectile

Make names of major modes shorter in the mode-line describes a way to shorten the modeline with cypejor. However, it seems like projectile-mode is not shortened by cyphejor. Is there anything that ...
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Emacs / Projectile complains about no job control with Bash/terminal

I use Emacs 27.0.50 on Ubuntu 18.04. Fish is my default shell. When a file from a directory with .git is being loaded into the buffer, I'm trying to start projectile-find-file , I see the following ...
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How to mark a directory as “not a project” in projectile?

I have a big version-controlled directory hosting a lot of half-independent bodies of work. I want to consider them all as projects for projectile. So I added an empty .projectile file in each of ...
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How to create a function that have the functionality of helm-projectile-switch-to-buffer but with added opened org files?

I really like helm-projectile-switch-to-buffer as it shows buffers for the specific project I am working in (i have multiple projects open at the same time). But I also rely on org files for notes and ...
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Adding external jars a la Eclipse via projectile / lsp-mode

I'm a Java newbie using lsp-java for Java programming. I'm looking to use / create within Emacs the kind of functionality provided by Eclipse (and other IDEs, I'm sure) via Project -> Build Path -> ...
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Searching a specific project sub-directory with projectile

I recently found Projectile and I am loving it. I really like the ivy/counsel integration as well. One thing is missing though: I am working on a huge project of hundreds of files. This is stored in ...
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Equivalent of helm-ag-edit with ivy

I've been trying to switch to Ivy from Helm for the past little while. One feature I miss (and because of this I keep helm installed) is the ability to run helm-ag, and then to hit C-c C-e so I can ...
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How to make helm-projectile-rg list files in relative to project?

Whenever I use helm-projectile-rg I see the list of files in relative to the current file: ../../../../../../project_dir/test/test1/filex.cpp "match" Is there a way to have it show files in ...
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Regenerate ctags TAGS file without freezing Emacs for a while?

When I'm currently in a large project and I call the command projectile-regenate-tags, the project will be scanned by ctags and the tags will be stored in the TAGS file. While all this action is ...
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Sort ripgrep results based on proximity to current buffer

I use counsel-projectile-rg to search within the project I work on. But there is my sub-project inside this big repo that most of my development is in. Is there a way to sort ripgrep results based on ...
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Why am I getting `max-specpdl-size` error on one markdown file when opening via projectile but not dired?

I am getting a max-specdl-size error on only one .markdown file. I have increased the size via (setq max-specpdl-size 50000) to test, and I still get the error. This does not happen on any other ....
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Ignoring files in Projectile

After googling and being recommended projectile as project navigation, I ended up trying that. I'm now frustrated by the lack of tutorials and/or explanations on how it works, so I was hoping somebody ...
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enable counsel-projectile by default

I want to enable counsel-projectile-mode by default. I have added (counsel-projectile-mode) to .emacs file as per project's usage guide but it doesn't work; meaning projectile still uses ido for ...
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Projectile command for debug and release

My google searches aren't turning up anything useful, but I am trying to figure out how I" can use projectile-project-compilation-cmd to be able to dynamically switch between release and debug with ...
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setting auto-revert-check-vc-info causes auto-revert error messages

I have this setup to enable viewing the correct branch name when switching or creating new branches in the mode-line: (setq auto-revert-check-vc-info t) However, I started seeing some error ...
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projectile-find-file shows “I get can't access tty; job control turned off”

Projectile is showing me "I get can't access tty; job control turned off" when trying to find files. Anyone ever get this and what could be the way around it.
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unable to access super-p and @ on macOS (for use w projectile)

Warning: I’m a macOS user using spacemacs rather than plain GNU emacs ;-) I would like to use projectile, which itself heavily use the « super » key. Unfortunately, when I want to use s-p, it trigger ...
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Mark and open multiple files with Helm and Projectile

Helm seem to support marking files in helm-find-files. Is it possible to open the marked files, each one inside of its own buffer from within the find file buffer? Update: I noticed that I was using ...
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Files not being ignored

Apologies if this has been asked elsewhere; I'm very new to emacs so I'm unaware of many of the basics. I've been trying to use helm-projectile to switch between projects and go to files. I'd like ...
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Use projectile-find-file after switching to a notes file that's not in the project directory

I have a "home file" with a keyboard shortcut of C-c h (used for writing quick notes, org style) How can I still use projectile-find-file, after switching to my notes file? The issue is the notes ...
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Nested git repositories that behave like one project with projectile

I am trying to understand how to use https://projectile.readthedocs.io/en/latest/projects/#customizing-project-root-files but it is not clear yet. My goal is to have nested git projects. Let's say I ...
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a function to grep specified files?

My Emacs customizations reside in a few separate .org files, all in the directory ~/emacs-prelude/personal. I'm always searching these files to find and change settings. How can I define a function ...
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how do I find a file with projectile when I know only parts of its “filename path”

I have projectile-find-file installed, it dynamically narrows the autocompletion list as I type characters. Supposed I'm looking for this file: components/frontend/app/views/frontend/press_releases/...
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How can I configure projectile to use my `grep-find-command`?

I have a customized grep-find-command. (custom-set-variables ;; custom-set-variables was added by Custom. ;; If you edit it by hand, you could mess it up, so be careful. ;; Your init file should ...
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Can I set a variable scoped to a perspective?

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-...
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use-package won't load helm for projectile

I'm trying to use use-package to load projectile. Projectile uses helm for completion, which I'm also loading with use-package. Since projectile and helm have :bind sections I believe they're both ...
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pop-to-buffer: Wrong type argument: window-valid-p, #<window 117>PNG warning: Interlace handling should be turned on when using png_read_image

I occasionally run into the following error when opening a new file with projectile: pop-to-buffer: Wrong type argument: window-valid-p, #<window 117>PNG warning: Interlace handling should be ...
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Projectile with caching doesn't like new files

I use projectile for my project browsing. I have seen that it's really slow, so I turned on caching. Now it's fast (not blazingly fast, sadly). If I create a new file outside emacs itself, projectile ...
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Stopping Neotree from constantly switching to the open file's directory?

I have the problem that, even when I'm in a projectile project, NeoTree always switches to the directory of the currently open file in the active buffer. Which is annoying to say the least. It used ...
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Projectile renaming buffer name causing issues with ESS (ctrl enter) functionality

I have recently installed projectile package into my Emacs. It's great package, however, now my C-RET binding to ESS (R) is not working any more. Part of my current init.el related to ESS looks like ...
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Project management in projectile or other, like Sublime Text's projects

Ever since I first started using Emacs (Spacemacs) a few months ago I've been trying to set up a sane multi-project workflow. I got the single project workflow going by having Emacs start up into what ...
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Restore Spacemacs project windows layouts

Opening a project I would like the windows restored as I left them. E.g. tests.py on the left and a terminal /home/projectdir/>$ on the right: |-----------+-----------| | tests.py | >$_ |...
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How do you grep/ag in specific subdirectory of a project?

projectile-greps are probably the commands that I use the most. However, with some very large projects I am frequently interested in grepping only one subdirectory of the project. For my greps I ...
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Configure compilation mode to use custom shell

On windows I have set (setq explicit-shell-file-name "c:/Program Files/Git/bin/bash.exe") to use git-bash for e.g. M-x shell. In compilation mode however, the standard windows console still seems to ...
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How to exclude files from Projectile?

I am using the helm-projectile setup from prelude and it has been a huge improvement to my workflow. The only remaining issue are auto-generated files (e.g. generated by CMake) which show up during ...
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Elisp expressions in projectile-replace-regexp

I need to execute a regular expression with case conversion in a entire project. If I run query-replace-regexp in a single file informing '\([A-Z]+\)' and '\,(downcase \1)', it works as expected. But ...
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Keep projectile and treemacs in sync

Since projectile and treemacs are independent project and treemacs-projectile is written as helper. However I fail to understand the concept of it. I want to see all my projectile projects be shows ...
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Cannot jump to file or location link in grep-mode or compile-mode

I have recently installed emacs on a new system (Manjaro arch-linux), using my usual configuration (available here, if relevant). However, the jump function never works on this new system: whenever ...
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How to open a file in a vertical split after using helm-projectile-find-file?

After selecting a file to load with helm-projectile-find-file, how can one load the target file in a vertical buffer?
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Is there an integration between projectile and python-mode that allows for one python interpreter buffer per projectile project?

I use projectile with python (and anaconda mode) to work in emacs. When starting an ipython interpreter buffer, the first such session works fine. However, attempting to start a second session, for ...
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Projectile buffer names with project relative filenames

I have a largish project with many hundreds of source files involved, and duplicate filenames. I would like to set the buffer names (automatically) to the (projectile) project relative path, instead ...
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How to find/grep in Python virtualenv with projectile/helm easier?

How I can customize helm/projectile behaviour to find files and grep in $VIRTUALENV dir easier? Or maybe I can write some function(s) to find/grep in virtualenv of current project?
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Ignore .folder inside projectile project

In spacemacs, I want SPC p f to ignore one directory in the files it suggests. I followed the Projectile docs for ignoring files. I added a line to both my ~/.emacs.d/.projectile file and the ....
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Tools for refactoring c++ code

What tools do you use to refactor c++ code? For example, how do you rename a variable or function that is spread across files? If the problem isn't language specific, there are text-based tools that ...
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Get file name relative to projectile root

I am trying to write a little function to get the projectile relative path of a buffer. My idea is to delete the substring projectile-project-root from the string buffer-file-name. For example: root-...
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How to execute a function in all files in the git working tree?

How to invoke a function on all files in the git working tree, while opening the ones which have had no opened buffers beforehand? A potential use case: Check and fix spelling in all project files ...