A practical guide to Spacemacs, a community driven Emacs configuration that makes it easy to use all the power of Emacs and Vim. The guide contains specific sections on Clojure development, although the majority of the content is applicable to any language.

This guide requires Spacemacs Version 0.300, the Spacemacs develop branch (develop is now the default branch).

Emacs has been a shining beacon of Free and Open Source software from the early 1970's and has grown to be a versatile set of development tools for all languages. This long history has given Emacs the ability to interact with almost every aspect of your digital life.

Spacemacs is a community configuration providing a consistent and simple to learn approach to using all the features and power of Emacs. Spacemacs also integrates the raw text manipulation speed of Vim and multi-modal editing into the Emacs experience, enabling you to be even more productive.

Built with Spacemacs

Practicalli Spacemacs configuration

Using the practicalli/spacemacs.d configuration adds several layers and some custom code to make a complete development experience for Clojure, which can easily be used for other languages as well.

The Practicalli configuration uses a light theme and the simplified doom mode line which again can be easily changed.

Spacemacs Practicalli/spacemacs.d configuration - screenshot

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Last published: Fri Dec 02 2022 19:54:32 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

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