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hypop - emacs minibuffer-frame + hyprland
- Hyprland integration
- Other Emacs packages that help
(use-package hypop :elpaca (:repo "https://git.mitchmarq42.xyz/mitch/hypop.el") :demand t)
(use-package hypop :straight (:repo "https://git.mitchmarq42.xyz/mitch/hypop.el") :demand t)
(package! hypop :recipe (:host nil :repo "https://git.mitchmarq42.xyz/mitch/hypop.el") :files ("*.el"))
ehh, just download hypop.el and stick it in your
hypop--frame-name: Title of the frame to configure on the hyprland side. Set to
dentarthurdentas it's a simple string but unlikely to be used by anything else.
hypop--scratch-workspace: name of hyprland scratch workspace. If you don't have one, just set it to the desktop you look at least - that's what I did.
windowrule = float,title:dentarthurdent # match frame-name obviously windowrule = size 1000 245,title:dentarthurdent windowrule = center,title:dentarthurdent windowrule = nofocus,title:dentarthurdent windowrule = pin,title:dentarthurdent windowrule = noanim,title:dentarthurdent
Just make sure you have a scratchpad set up, or pretend to. The actual window-moving is done on the lisp side with calls to
Other Emacs packages that help
Vertico + Consult + Marginalia + Orderless + Embark
This suite of packages provides a modular but elegant completing experience - which has been documented extensively elsewhere. Google is your friend.
Since this package just enables a built-in feature of Emacs (minibuffer frame) and rigs the window manager up to it, minibuffer-based completion frameworks work pretty simply.
Ivy + Counsel + Swiper
Same situation as Verticoたち. Untested though…
eldoc (built in) displays variable and function type signatures in the echo area. However, since we're using a minibuffer-frame, the main Emacs window has no echo area.
Eldoc-box solves this by instead showing eldoc type hints as frame overlays (child frames).
(Disclosure: I wrote this package. It's not perfect nor even fully featured, but does mostly work in the meantime.)
current-message in a little childframe notification box. Inspired by similar plugins for nvim.
Provides a menu from which to launch desktop apps, like rofi or dmenu.
Ivy+Counsel users also have
counsel-linux-app built in - see https://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/comments/s7p7pr/so_which_run_launcher_do_you_use_rofi_or_dmenu/ for inspiration.