|Projectile officially supports Emacs 25.1+.|
The recommended way to install Projectile is via
You’ll need to have Emacs installed (preferably the latest stable release). If you’re new to Emacs you might want to go through the guided tour of Emacs and the built-in tutorial (just press C-h t).
You can install Projectile with the following command:
or by adding this bit of Emacs Lisp code to your Emacs initialization file
(unless (package-installed-p 'projectile) (package-install 'projectile))
If the installation doesn’t work try refreshing the package list:
Keep in mind that MELPA packages are built automatically from
master branch, meaning bugs might creep in there from time to
time. Never-the-less, installing from MELPA is a reasonable way of
obtaining Projectile, as the
master branch is normally quite stable
and serious regressions there are usually fixed pretty quickly.
|If you don’t want to (or can’t) wait for MELPA to rebuild Projectile, you can easily build and install an up-to-date MELPA package locally yourself. Check out this article for details on the subject.|
Generally, users of the non-adventurous kind are advised to stick with the stable releases, available from NonGNU ELPA and MELPA Stable. You can pin Projectile to always use MELPA Stable by adding this to your Emacs initialization:
(add-to-list 'package-pinned-packages '(projectile . "melpa-stable") t)
Finally add this to your Emacs config:
(require 'projectile) ;; Recommended keymap prefix on macOS (define-key projectile-mode-map (kbd "s-p") 'projectile-command-map) ;; Recommended keymap prefix on Windows/Linux (define-key projectile-mode-map (kbd "C-c p") 'projectile-command-map) (projectile-mode +1)
Those keymap prefixes are just a suggestion. Feel free to put
there whatever works best for you.
If you wanted to install the version of Projectile which is what is to be found in
master branch, declare the following in your Emacs initialization file
(use-package projectile :ensure t :init (projectile-mode +1) :bind (:map projectile-mode-map ("s-p" . projectile-command-map) ("C-c p" . projectile-command-map)))
However, if you wanted to be a bit more conservative and only use the stable releases of Projectile, you’d declare the following:
(use-package projectile :ensure t :pin melpa-stable :init (projectile-mode +1) :bind (:map projectile-mode-map ("s-p" . projectile-command-map) ("C-c p" . projectile-command-map)))
After placing one of the above s-expressions, evaluate it, for it to take effect by entering: C-x C-e.
For further configuration options with
use-package, consult the
official use-package repository.
Projectile is also available for installation from the el-get package manager.
Provided you’ve already installed
el-get you can install Projectile with the
Users of Debian 9 or later or Ubuntu 16.10 or later may simply
apt-get install elpa-projectile.
Your favourite Linux distribution might be providing a Projectile package as well.
Projectile is bundled with Emacs Prelude. If you’re a Prelude user, Projectile is already properly configured and ready for action.