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@benedek: re: 1.1.0 — thanks! Looks good. Maybe it’ll make the next Emacs Live release then
@jvm the best way is to use Melpa-stable for the emacs side, and just specify a stable version on the clojure side
@roberto: quick-repls hasn’t been updated in a while; maybe it’s out of sync with the current version
@jwm: @malabarba is right (unless you’re adventurous enough (as there are small breakages in
master from time to time) and can’t wait to try out some of the new features)
the upside of more people tracking
master is that by release time we’re fairly sure that the release is in good shape
@seancorfield there is also clojure-emacs/example-config as an 'official' reference for emacs for clojure. always with the stable pckgs
@malabarba: what would be your advice — should I switch from Emacs 24.5.1 to HEAD? Will it prevent me from doing work? (background: I'm using Mac OS X, and there are parts of my init.el that are >20 years old).
@malabarba: well, it constantly evolves and I suspect parts of it are alive by now. But it's always fun to find a setq'd variable that hasn't meant anything to anyone for the past 10 years. I'll try head, then — I'm not afraid of minor breakage, I just can't spend too much time chasing bugs.
Whoah. So I opened some older code in new cider and all my reflection warnings are now highlighted in yellow and treated as compilation errors. I'd better turn off warn-on-reflection, because my eyes hurt (if a macro uses reflection, the entire code spanned by the macro gets highlighted).