Chezmoi and Emacs
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I’ve recently wanted to integrate Chezmoi with Emacs, so I can avoid switching
to the terminal or
eshell whenever I needed Chezmoi. I’ve searched for a few
Emacs and Chezmoi integration and I found this. However, I wanted to play a
bit with Elisp, so I decided to write my own.
The code is still a work-in-progress, but I already have the basic functionality set up.
chezmoi.el provides three functions:
diff – all three run
asynchronously. All logs and diffs are stored in the
chezmoi-mode is a minor-mode that sets up keybindings for all three
The following variables are available:
;;; chezmoi.el --- Handle chezmoi configuration -*- lexical-binding: t -*- ;; ;;; Author: Ben Mezger ;; https://github.com/benmezger ;; ;;; Commentary: ;; Work in progress. ;; ;;; Code: (defvar chezmoi-bin "chezmoi" "Path to chezmoi's binary.") (defvar chezmoi-flags "--color false -v --force -i noscripts" "Flags to pass to chezmoi in every run.") (defun chezmoi-apply() "Run chezmoi apply without running scripts." (interactive) (apply 'start-process "chezmoi" "*chezmoi*" chezmoi-bin "apply" (split-string chezmoi-flags " ")) (with-current-buffer "*chezmoi*" (diff-mode))) (defun chezmoi-diff() "Run chezmoi diff." (interactive) (message "Running chezmoi diff...") (apply 'start-process "chezmoi" "*chezmoi*" chezmoi-bin "diff" (split-string chezmoi-flags " ")) (with-current-buffer "*chezmoi*" (diff-mode) (read-only-mode))) (defun chezmoi-edit() "Edit a chezmoi file." (interactive) (ivy-read "File: " (process-lines chezmoi-bin "managed") :require-match t :action (lambda (n) (find-file (nth 0 (process-lines chezmoi-bin "source-path" (expand-file-name (concat "~/" n)))))))) (define-minor-mode chezmoi-mode "Enable chezmoi functionality." :lighter " chezmoi" :keymap (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))) (define-key map (kbd "C-c A") 'chezmoi-apply) (define-key map (kbd "C-c E") 'chezmoi-edit) (define-key map (kbd "C-c D") 'chezmoi-diff) map)) (provide 'chezmoi) ;;; chezmoi.el ends here
These are things I want to implement.