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hey folks! I'm curious as to your experience with Immutant and if you would recommend it: https://github.com/braidchat/meta/issues/380
I've submitted a pull request for moving user invites. https://github.com/braidchat/braid/pull/7 However I got stuck with the whole updating my forked repo and working on a branch thing. 1. Not sure how to properly open up my text editor on a specific branch. 2. Not sure how to run the server etc on that branch.
I had done it earlier. When I was playing around figuring it all out. When I got it I saved the working file and then deleted my folder and re-downloaded it from my own fork.
Just waiting on that to come through... I'm going to quickly grab some food as I haven't eaten yet and it's like 2pm here.
you can change the branch your repository is on through terminal (or SourceTree if you use a GUI)
if there are server changes, then you need to run
(start-server! 5555) from the repl again
you typically don't need to restart your REPLs (unless the dependencies changed in project.clj)
Ok sorry. It's fine we can Sceenhero another time. I'll work on some other issues.
Ok I wasn't running dev environment during making new branch etc. Now I know it just works. So if I open files in my text editor that will be from the branch?
cool. one thing to double check, b/c I haven't used it, is whether it detects the file has changed from elsewhere
(ie change a file in another editor and see if spacemacs picks up on the changes automatically)
In meantime I can always close and restart it if it doesn't. I would assume it would though.
vim for example doesn't do it for me automatically ( but it does warn me when I try to save that the file was changed since I last opened)
There's a lot of things I can do. Just doing it in small bite sized pieces so I don't blow everything up haha
The only other issue I have is figuring out how to work from within the repl. Like going into a file and playing around with functions etc. Sometimes I can get it sometimes I don't.
let me know when you decide what feature to work on next; I have another new contributor and will need to balance splitting the easy-ish tasks between you two
Ok what timezone are they? Because I am going to maybe work on another one but now sure yet. If the he/she is in here I can probably talk communicate directly as well.
@grounded_sage: I will also invite you to our Asana project; you don't keep checking it and you could turn email updates off if you like, it just lets me mark tasks as belonging to you (and sync that w/ github)
Though I did I complete redownload on the files and there is now an error when getting it all set up. Seems to be the same error I got when I opened page without building the Less files. Had a solid look around but it's a bit hard for me to work out where to start with fixing it.
oops, figwheel was still set to watch the css directory (which does not exist anymore) --- pull the latest master and try again