Kill until next char preceding space | Uppercase | underscore

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  • string-inflection

    underscore -> UPCASE -> CamelCase conversion of names

  • avy

    Jump to things in Emacs tree-style

    Personally I've learned to do things the "Emacs way" and got used to its killing behavior. For multi-line stuff I would mark the region and then use navigation commands to get the point where I want it. For more complex scenarios I use either C-s/C-r or just use avy to get the point where it needs to be. For single line stuff I think M-z works well. Maybe this package could be useful to you as well? Just some ideas, I think there are actually many options here (including going over to evil ;) and it depends on your preferences and needs.

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  • lsp-haskell

    lsp-mode :heart: haskell

    Were you using emacs-lsp?

  • haskell-mode

    Emacs mode for Haskell

    No, I was only using haskell-mode. So I guess this is LSP's fault, then. Not Emacs's fault and not haskell-mode's fault.

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