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2020-02-27
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mkarp10:02:19

Hey everyone! Is there a way by default to not show “Calva says” window after connecting to a CLJS REPL?

pez10:02:44

There is no such way currently.

pez10:02:35

The window is part of trying to guide users in the connection process, so I have been reluctant in providing ways to not show it. But maybe it could be made configurable using Custom Connect Sequences. That way it would be more savvy people who would be disabling it... These settings: https://calva.readthedocs.io/en/latest/connect-sequences.html

mkarp10:02:08

@pez Do you think it makes sense to send a feature request for it?

pez10:02:26

Yes, I was just about to suggest that. 😃

pez10:02:38

It makes even more sense to also send a PR which adds it as part of the connect sequence settings. But I'll settle with an feature request too.

mkarp10:02:58

Thank you @pez!

David Brear14:02:55

I just found adding :target :nodejs in my deps.cljs.edn targets node!

pez14:02:45

Haha, good fer ya!

pez14:02:09

I use shadow-cljs myself. Figwheel seems a bit abandonded.

David Brear14:02:43

yeah we were talking about that today. The main clojure guy on our team is really into exploring shadow-cljs

pez14:02:06

It's a wonderful project from a stewardship point of view. Thomas Heller is such an inspiration.

sogaiu22:02:17

it and he are great! i use it for vscode extension and atom plugin dev.

sogaiu22:02:09

for testing tree-sitter i am using the node-script target as well.