Although it doesn't seem to have been the issue here, for reference I was also receiving the No server buffers remain to edit message.
Not 100% sure as I tried a number of things, but in my case it seemed to be because my capture template was pointing to a heading that didn't exist.
I believe I may have an idea why this is occurring. I had a similar problem earlier today where the command line in spacemacs was not finding my environment variables.
The reason this happened to me was that spacemacs uses zsh by default (not bash). I had environment variable for bash setup, but not for zsh.
To resolve this issue I created a .zshrc file in ...
Spacemacs by default has the SPC key as leader.
Double check this in the .spacemacs file (which is by default in home directory).
Check that the following line exists in the configuration.
If this does not work check for boot up errors.
Check *Messages* buffer to see if there are any errors while booting up.
One other ...
There is currently a bug in the dap java package that is preventing dap from running on Windows operating system.
I was able to run it successfully in mac os. I also assume it should work on Linux too.
I found a git ticket on this issue
Hopefully someone will fix this bug in the future.
This answer is a little bit delayed, but I stumbled over a similar problem. One solution could be to use the package pdf-tools. Installing this on macOS (if you are using this OS) can be quite challenging. I went this path and following this answer was fruitful. Additionally, the following lines in the .emacs or init.el file are potentially needed to ...
M-x find-lisp-find-dired to find files in a directory matching user given regular expression. Please note this command supports unicode on Windows out of box.
Select all files and M-x dired-do-rename.
Surely you can use above command in your own code.
Here's a command that shows files from your-initial-directory, and moves/renames the marked/selected files to your-target-directory. Tested with ./emacs-helm.sh.
(defvar your-initial-directory "~/Downloads/")
(defvar your-target-directory "~/Documents/")
(defun multiple-rename (_)
(let ((files (helm-marked-candidates)))
With emacs 26.3 you can just use the stock json-pretty-print function.
json-pretty-print is an interactive and compiled function defined in
-- Emacs 26.3 documentation
select the region and M-x json-pretty-print.
I've just executed this procedure taking your example as input. Here is the result: