There is another official flycheck-pos-tip extension for displaying errors under point. However, it does not display popup if you run Emacs under TTY. It displays message on echo area and that is often used for ELDoc.
Also, popups made by
pos-tip library does not always look good, especially on macOS and Windows.
Package is available on Melpa.
In your Cask file:
(source gnu) (source melpa) (depends-on "flycheck-popup-tip")
(with-eval-after-load 'flycheck '(add-hook 'flycheck-mode-hook 'flycheck-popup-tip-mode))
There is only one configuration option,
Default value is "\u27a4 ":
(custom-set-variables '(flycheck-popup-tip-error-prefix "* "))
If you are planning to use
flycheck-pos-tip with GUI Emacs and this
extension on TTY, you can do it with following configuration:
(eval-after-load 'flycheck (if (display-graphic-p) (flycheck-pos-tip-mode) (flycheck-popup-tip-mode)))
You can also do the following:
(setq flycheck-pos-tip-display-errors-tty-function #'flycheck-popup-tip-show-popup) (flycheck-pos-tip-mode)
That will help if you start Emacs in GUI, but run emacsclient in TTY.
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UNDERCOVER_FORCE=true UNDERCOVER_CONFIG='("*.el" (:report-file "local-report.json") (:send-report nil))' cask exec buttercup -L . -L tests
This will also generate
local-report.json file where you can check if
coverage dropped below 100%.
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