Make eyebrowse workspaces local to perspective #4068

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bmag commented Dec 5, 2015

Integrates persp-mode and eyebrowse, so each perspective has its own set of eyebrowse workspaces.
It works great for me, but would be nice if someone else can also confirm that it works.
This takes care of #3733.

Bar Magal Make eyebrowse workspaces local to perspective
Integrates persp-mode and eyebrowse, so each perspective has its own set
of eyebrowse workspaces.
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@syl20bnr
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syl20bnr commented Dec 6, 2015

This is awesome 💜
I think we should move eyebrowse to spacemacs-layouts and add a layer variable to enable it, I'm not sure if it should be enabled by default though.

Thank you !
Cherry-picked into develop branch, you can safely delete your branch.

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@TheBB
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TheBB commented Dec 6, 2015

Holy shit, you did it!

@d12frosted
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Wow, @bmag thank you, this is exactly what I wanted! Going to use it on daily basis.
@TheBB your new key bindings are great to use!

@nixmaniack
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This is amazing. @bmag Thanks! 👍

@bmag
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bmag commented Dec 6, 2015

I think we should move eyebrowse to spacemacs-layouts

@syl20bnr Are you sure about it? Right now a user can have either of the layers or both, and the code is fairly organized.
Moving eyebrowse into spacemacs-layouts will prevent using eyebrowse without spacemacs-layouts, and require a custom way of enabling eyebrowse. What are the advantages? Are they worth it?

@syl20bnr
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syl20bnr commented Dec 6, 2015

@bmag spacemacs-layouts is part of the distribution and the default perspective does not appear in the mode-line and acts as stock Spacemacs without perspectives, so people can already have eyebrowse without perspective if they don't create any additional perspective.

@bmag
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bmag commented Dec 7, 2015

OK, so the change still allows people to effectively use eyebrowse without perspectives. So the user just has to enable eyebrowse via layer variable instead of enabling an eyebrowse layer. In that case I have nothing against the change.

Furthermore, it occurred to me that using SPC l <...> just for switching layouts, and SPC b b for switching buffers, effectively means spacemacs-layouts acts the same as eyebrowse (please correct me if I'm wrong). So spacemacs-layouts acts as a superset of eyebrowse. Now we use eyebrowse for perspective-local workspaces, instead of global workspaces, so it just makes sense to move eyebrowse into spacemacs-layouts.

@rphillips
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Thank you! Been looking forward to this.

@tuhdo
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tuhdo commented Dec 7, 2015

I really enjoy using this. Thanks.

@nwolfe
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nwolfe commented Dec 7, 2015

👍 for combining eyebrowse and spacemacs-layouts layers, with some layer variables for configuration.

@robbyoconnor
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drools

@zilongshanren
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👍 Awesome!

@spacegoing

THIS IS SUPERIOUS

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