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I think the whole treesitter train passed me. Having separate ts major modes for every major mode, that are not derivates any more, makes configuration complex.

I’m not sure if the advantages of treesitter merit the complexity that was introduced into Emacs with this.

Some treesitter modes don’t support certain features and I have constantly switch modes.

Perhaps I’ll remove treesitter completely for now as I don’t see any gains for the moment.

What are your experiences? What features do you get out of a specific treesitter mode that are not available in non-treesitter modes?


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