My personal-layer based Spacemacs configuration.
I focus on customizing Emacs’s display in unique ways and making the most out of Spacemacs’s config framework.
See display layer for screenshots.
See config layer for keybindings.
- Typical Emacs configurations.
- Houses my
prettypackages and display-related configuration updates.
- pretty-code : Program with custom ligatures and symbols, see mathematical notation in emacs.
- pretty-eshell : Customize eshell information and faces, see making eshell your own.
- pretty-fonts : All the icons and Fira Code ligature integration.
- pretty-magit : Commit leaders integration and stylizing, see pretty magit - integrating commit leaders.
- pretty-outlines : Fancy outline bullets and ellipsis, see fancy outline bullets.
- Personal non-display packages.
- blog : Hugo utilities, see an Emacs blogging workflow.
- outline-ivy : Jump to outlines with ivy, see managing code with outlines.
- personal : Configuration that isn’t generally applicable, like email.
See Migrating to Spacemacs Layers for further material on Spacemacs’s configuration system.
Backup and remove your
.spacemacs file and clone to your home directory.
Icons, fonts, and ligatures require additional steps or you likely will experience strange unicode characters all-over.
pretty-fonts pkg requires the Fira Code Symbol (download link) font
installed. Any font can be used in-tandem, the link above is an extract of
just the ligatures.
layers/display/packages.el, I make heavy use of all-the-icons.
The easiest way to install it is running
In that file you can customize which icons to include and change.
If you use Emacs as a daemon, have
server? true in the leading lines of
init.el. It is nil by default for users other than myself.
Style your font in
init.el as normal.
Check out and modify theming changes in
layers/display/config.el. I have
Solarized-light themes enabled and configured already. Cycle
SPC T n.