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sergey.shvets00:05:56

I forgot to try "restart VS code":face_palm:. Everything is back to normal now.

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pez00:05:03

Glad you got it working!

pez00:05:21

I don’t remember if we allow an object for the connectCode in the custom sequences. It could be that it only is the built-in ones that can…

sergey.shvets00:05:37

Yes, I tried to copy-paste the default one and start changing it from there, but it was saying that only string is allowed.

sergey.shvets00:05:58

But at the end of the day, the problem was with VS Code and default shadow-cljs sequence works just fine

sergey.shvets00:05:26

Thanks again for the awesome product 🙂

pez00:05:47

You are welcome, sir!

pez00:05:03

I’ll be presenting Calva in ten. Here: https://www.meetup.com/Seajure/events/277242931

pez04:05:31

New Calva version just released, v2.0.195: • Update cider-nrepl to https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider-nrepl/releases/tag/v0.26.0https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/calva/issues/1124 Thanks @ryanjerue!

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otwieracz10:05:02

Is this possible to display documentation/tooltip for current-sexp function?

otwieracz10:05:12

Currently, when I need to find functions argument, I hit cmd+k cmd+i on that function name. But when I start typing (some-function first-argument …) in order to check what second argument should, I need to get back with cursor over some-function. Is there a way to constantly display that tooltip for first item in list?

Stuart10:05:26

Not sure if you can do that, but maybe peek can help you? If you put cursor on function and hit Alt+F12 (not sure what it is on Mac) You will get a peek window of the function that stays up as you type. e.g. ?

pez10:05:11

You can Trigger Parameter Hints (`cmd/ctrl+shift+space`). Calva has a setting for showing the doc string in that hover as well.

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otwieracz10:05:26

Oh jeeezz. That’s what I needed 🙂

pez11:05:24

Welcome, sir. I worked quite a lot with those hints, so super happy that you find them useful. I’m still a bit grumpy that I didn’t succeed in making it descend into destructurings, but maybe I would approach that smarter today, if I gave it another shot.