After I disabled lipy.el with emacs-doom, as I miss much of its functionality, I will re-enable it. Even though sometimes, it’s annoying with “Lisp expression:” prompt at the minibuffer when I
enter a symbol name. The frustration is that I have no way to escape from the
prompt. As long as I have a way to escape/abort, it would be fine,
I decide to bite the bullet and spend time to learn to use it properly.
If you have tips or experience, please share here. I, especially, wish to figure out how to escape the “tyranny” of “Lisp expression:” prompt, at the minibuffer.
I found the author did provide documentation and demonstration on YouTube. But it seems to me that its style may not be pedagogical enough for beginners. Let’s share notes on how to master it enough for productive lisp writing and editing.
I plan to study and practice it by major scenarios or work-flows. lispy provides many commands. It might be overwhelming. With the purpose of productivity, we only need to use the ones that enable us to be productive, and be able to avoid the ones that we don’t need.
So far, I enjoy lispy the most are the following:
slurp after closed bracket
comment whole expression at the beginning of the expression
Insert newline to indent the whole expression
What are your favorite ones?