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Ever heard of [[networked thought]] or [[zettlekasten]]? Super fascinating and effective ways to keep track of your brilliant ideas! :) Check out our awesome tool for organizing and easily referencing all your most useful thinker thunks. The ones that flutter by, escaping our brain right when we most need them. Locally hosted, open source desktop app built in .cljs, reagent, reframe and datascript. The Gates of Athens are open! Free desktop available to everyone, with additional tiers through OpenCollective. Try the web demo (no changes saved) at https://athensresearch.github.io/athens Desktop download links: - Mac: https://tinyurl.com/athens-mac - Windows: https://tinyurl.com/athens-windows - Linux: https://tinyurl.com/athens-linux
Because I don't know enough about either project to know whether they are truly competitors or not.
Reading up on this stuff, I'm reminded of Notion. https://www.notion.so/product
You can also zettelkasen with org-mode https://blog.jethro.dev/posts/zettelkasten_with_org/
I think athenresearch is pretty nice and lovely! A good showcase for another thing possible with clojurescript! well done @UMA337M3P!
Where do I find some intro docs for Athenresearch? E.g. to learn what
((block references)) is? Is there any support for formatting (e.g. markdown)? thanks!
Athens was recently accepted into Y-Combinator too. It'll be neat to see how they approach open source with commercial success which is a big topic in the zeitgeist
support a subset of markdown right now @U0522TWDA. it's likely we go for full markdown but also many users are non-developers, in which case a WYSIWYG would make more sense for them
One thing I did not get - can I post links to external content, as I would in .md do with
[my title]( ?
I had made a visual to help explain zettelkastens more https://clojurians.slack.com/files/U8WFYMFRU/F01N8D0SX5F/zettelkasten.pdf (still a rough draft) and there’s some other discussion about it in https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/C03RZGPG3/p1613078474271900.
@UR0KX1MRT I use Notion for my zk but org-roam is another great option for emacs using org-mode.
Crux 1.15.0 is out 🚀 🎉 • We've made the Java API for submitting transactions much more IDE-friendly - Java users can now construct transactions programmatically through the new Transaction APIs. • Another oft-requested feature: queries can now return maps, using the `:keys`/`:syms`/`:strs` syntax • Bugfixes - and more details at https://github.com/juxt/crux/releases/tag/21.02-1.15.0 Thanks 🙂 Have a scout of the #crux channel for more on this release.
Just create a very simple ECharts lib, welcome to have a try: https://github.com/kimim/re-echarts
deps-infer: Infer mvn deps from sources. https://github.com/borkdude/deps-infer Thanks @hiredman for the idea. For now this is just a POC but I thought it would be cool to share in case anyone wants to contribute.
I'm curious - what might be some of the use cases? I can only think of somehow losing
@U2FRKM4TW For babashka scripts this could be useful if you want to port your script to the JVM and you want to compile it with GraalVM for example
This can also be useful when you want to compare the newest deps in your .m2 with the ones you already have. Or when you want to migrate your git libs to mvn ones :)
I imagine it could also be useful if you use
clojure.tools.deps.alpha.repl/add-libs to hot-load dependencies and you want to save your state into a
This can also be a useful addition to clojure-lsp. Type
(:require [clojure.tools.cli]) and it will be interactively added to deps.edn. cc @UKFSJSM38
I found another nice use case: you want to port a lein project to deps.edn (but don't want to rewrite the project.clj yourself)
or a boot build.boot file (which is arguably harder because of code instead of config)
Extra use case (and long wanted one!): making implicit dependencies explicit
e.g. maybe I'm actively using
math.combinatorics in my project, but it's in my classpath because it's a transitive dep of some other dep.
Another use case: see which deps you are actually NOT using in your original deps.edn
Although this can give false positives when you wanted to pin a particular transitive dependency to a particular version or include some plugin that some other dependency (or your code) uses dynamically.
yeah, false positives can happen, this is probably why you should manually review the output
> if you wanted to pin that version, why not include it explicitly with that version? That's what I meant. Your project is using lib [email protected] which uses [email protected] You know that [email protected] has a bug that's been fixed in [email protected] that's backwards compatible with [email protected]. Naturally, you include the [email protected] in your deps even though your project never uses it directly. Perhaps, deps-infer deals with that already by analyzing not only your code but also the code/dependencies of your dependencies. It's not obvious to me given the README.
@U2FRKM4TW I see, yeah, in that case I think you should put a big fat comment in your deps.edn saying why you included that dep
--analyze all of your own code + dependencies, but then you will get a list of suggestions for all transitive deps as well
The use case I have is, I know the api for a number of libraries well, so I can sit down and write a clojure program that uses them, and then suddenly I have make a deps.edn to run it, and I have to Google around to find maven coordinates.
my local m2 is over 2.5 gigs and I must have been copying it forward across 2-3 laptops because it contains artifacts like the fork of clojure we used at work briefly 8 years ago
Oh god, you made me recall how we had ~45GB
.m2 dir for a legacy project. And that's on a fresh install. What a nightmare it was to work with.
I think in theory I could do that but without the REPL I just feel naked in a thorny forest
[re-frame "1.2.0"] a framework for building user interfaces, leveraging React.
Headline: Upgrade to reagent 1.0.0 and React 17.
[re-frame-10x "1.0.0"] A debugging dashboard for re-frame. X-ray vision as tooling.
Headline: Upgrade to reagent 1.0.0 and React 17.
re-frame-template 1.4.0 A lein template for re-frame aka
lein new re-frame <app-name>
• Upgrade to reagent 1.0.0 and React 17
• Upgrade to re-frame 1.2.0
• Upgrade to re-frame-10x 1.0.0
• Upgrade to re-com 2.13.2, and add example of new re-com debugging features.
2021.02.24 is out! https://github.com/wilkerlucio/pathom-viz/releases/tag/v2021.2.24
On this release:
- Improved auto-complete
- Set larger minimum side for panels in general, this will avoid sections getting completly collapsed
- Incorporate Tailwind CSS as part of internal designs, this already affects some of the UI and is the initial foundation for more UI standardization for Pathom Viz