: Syntax CheckingFlymake I've been switching to Emacs packages which are lighter and use the internal Emacs system, instead of creating their own. This time I wanted to try Flymake, the syntax checker that comes with Emacs. At first it wasn't very appealing because I thought it would only show the error on mouse hover! So I tried to see what options I have for displaying the error messages when text cursor moves over them.Recently I forked the flycheck-raku (by @widefox) to the Raku GitHub organization. And did some improvements to it and published it on melpa, so others can easily install and update it.
For those who don't know, flycheck is a tool for syntax checking Gnu Emacs buffers.
You can install flycheck-raku using use-package:
(use-package flychek-raku :ensure t) New features Project detection Previously if you used flycheck-raku on a project, it would show errors on use SomeModule;, even though the module was in the lib directory of the project.