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2019-07-09
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slipset06:07:27

Just as a data point. Been using Calva now for the last couple of days, and stuff is working great.

slipset06:07:16

My pain points have mostly been related to keybindings not being the way I’m used to from emacs (especially everything paredit), but I’m slowly configuring my way through that.

pez07:07:46

That should be pretty easy to add.

pez07:07:49

Please share a gist or something with your key bindings.

pez07:07:22

(Or paste it on the wiki, maybe is a better option.)

cheatex09:07:02

Looks like matching bracket highlight went down again

pez12:07:59

How did it go down?

Janne Sauvala13:07:56

Hey, I just started to play around with Calva. It seems to be great plugin for Code and it works otherwise nicely, but I’m having hard time to run the command “Calva: Evaluate current form/selection inline and print to output” by using the default key binding “^ option c e”

Janne Sauvala13:07:03

I mean, the command runs and it prints the output to the REPL, but does not generate the inline output. Inline output appears only when I select manually the command from the CMD-P menu

Janne Sauvala17:07:40

Sorry, this was just a user error. I used the modifier keys “^ option” also while pressing key “e”. Code’s keyboard shortcut hint has a little space between “^ option c” and “e”. I missed to see that space 😏

metal 1
E15:07:03

whats the best way to kill the repl, when I switch projects the repl is still alive and I have to kill it from the process manager

kstehn19:07:46

Well first you could just kill the task That gets started by Calva. But when you switch Project and also want to Jack-in you can just do this. Calva reuses its old task.