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Re: How properly utilize the minibuffer and inactive minibuffer startup
Re: How properly utilize the minibuffer and inactive minibuffer startup hooks?
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 10:08:50 -0500
Good point as I'd been using eval-expression just like an IELM.
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On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 7:46 AM, <address@hidden> wrote:
> Le mardi 8 juillet 2014 22:07:59 UTC+2, Grant Rettke wrote :
>> 1 My goal
>> My goal is to enable [smartparens] in the minibuffer
>> but only when calling `eval-expression'.
> If, by any chance, your goal is a subgoal of enabling smartparens
> when evaluating some lisp expressions, I would recommand to use:
> M-x ielm RET
> Usually, when I have to type M-: more than once
> or if the expression is complexe enough to require paren matching,
> I tend to use ielm.
> Maybe that might help...