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I'm not an Ergodox user (yet), but this looks pretty cool. You might consider making it more obvious how to use it. Is it a compiler? Or some kind of interpreter? I gather that there is a Lispy configuration language for the keyboard layers, and somehow that configuration gets to the keyboard, but I don't understand how. The example from your config didn't clarify it for me.

You define your layers with 'mugur-keymap' as in the example, and then you generate the C code with 'mugur-generate'. After that, you do what every Ergodox user does with its C code: flash it. The process is explained on the Ergodox and the qmk (the firmware) documentation pages, so I'm not gonna copy/paste it or give it an interpretation for lazy users in the readme.

If you do get an Ergo, eventually, and you want to try mugur, I'll be more than happy to help if you have problems with it or need new features. Open a ticket or drop me a line.

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