Deleting symbols, words & expressions

In lisp-state you can easily delete symbols, words and expressions without deleting the structures they are in (unless that structure is empty).

Delete a symbol, word or expression using the d menu

lisp-state Description
d s delete the current symbol
d w delete the current word
d x delete the current expression

TODO Video of deleting symbols, words and expressions. Indicate what is classed as a symbol word or expression.


Enabling evil-cleverparens makes Vim editing respect structural editing. For example, using d d will delete a line within a function without unbalancing the outer parenthesis. In fact, the closing parenthesis will be pulled up to the preceding line, keeping the correct formatting for the Clojure code.

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