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Projectile only uses the project name to display in the modeline of files that are part of the project. Usually the project name is taken from the final path element of the path to the project root. Moreover, the .dir-locals.el file is not loaded in advance; it is only loaded after you open a file in that directory or subdirectory. It only tells Projectile ...


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I suggest that what you need is a generator function that will run your code and generate a file in the proper format. One way to do this is with literate programming in Org mode. A simple org document can run your lisp and produce the proper output, and updating the document for new values can automatically create the new file for you. Essentially, you ...


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You’ve left out any information about what you did to arrive at this problem, so I will have to use my psychic debugging powers and guess. If you had just typed this into a source buffer then this probably wouldn’t have happened, so you must have evaluated some code and this is the result of that evaluation. In that case, the variables eval-expression-print-...


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