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2016-08-24
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benedek14:08:25

re. emacs-port: with that you can use ligatures as well

jcsims15:08:10

doesn’t that break indentation? i.e. off by one space now?

robert-stuttaford15:08:03

nope. spaces are the same

jcsims15:08:05

I do that already with a couple single-space characters (mostly for anonymous fn literals and sets). Might have to try that out

benedek16:08:32

i am happy user of this font after I gave up the fight with prettify symbols for this reason @jcsims

benedek16:08:07

i only prettify (fn into lambda fixing the indent with the trick recommended by @malabarba

jcsims16:08:29

@benedek which trick?

jcsims16:08:11

awesome, thanks for the link

benedek16:08:09

no worries. essential blog if you are into emacs

jcsims16:08:29

oh yeah, I’ve read several of his posts, really good stuff :+1:

bvulpes17:08:50

ligatures are pretty but i stopped using them after hitting some editing use cases

benedek17:08:47

like @bvulpes ?

bvulpes17:08:51

i don't store the why and wherefore of each decision to eliminate complexity or pain in my toolchain.

bvulpes17:08:39

this was probably the era of getting my erc buffers to use kerned text and my programming buffers to use monospace

bvulpes17:08:09

oh and they confused people on my team

bvulpes17:08:34

"what the fuck you how is that an actual lambda?!"

benedek17:08:37

haha, prettify symbols did that big time with my team 😉

benedek17:08:55

hold on, you are talking about prettify symbols then

benedek17:08:08

eg: ligatures won’t do a lambda for you out of thin air, will it?

bvulpes17:08:25

well i dunno that post goes on to talk about doing all sorts of strange to buffers!

bvulpes17:08:44

i may have conflated things.

benedek17:08:11

you mean @malabarba ’s post. it does. i shyed away from prettify symbols too (see above)

benedek17:08:22

after confusing my team for while that is 😉

benedek17:08:43

but then actually clj-refactor was having a bad time too with the messed up columns

joshmiller17:08:19

Anyone else still getting that error in process filter: Attempt to shape unibyte text with the suggested setup? Weirdly just seems to be happening to me when requiring/refreshing source files, not actually stopping me from working.

jcsims17:08:49

if you look at Anna’s setup, she’s got a note about that: https://github.com/annapawlicka/org-emacs/blob/master/org/config.org#fira-code

annapawlicka17:08:42

yeah, i commented it out and it works fine now. previously it would keep on showing that error and cider was basically unusable

joshmiller17:08:07

Yeah, I have that line commented out as well, but I’m still seeing the error occasionally. Definitely not as frequently as to make it unusable though.

joshmiller17:08:09

Uncommenting that line does make it unusable. So it’s responding, but apparently besides that particular very broken one, there’s another less-broken one lurking in the list.

jasonjckn20:08:07

i upgraded spacemacs/cider and am getting

Exception Failed to launch Figwheel CLJS REPL: nREPL connection found but unable to load piggieback.
Please install   figwheel-sidecar.repl/eval23535/fn--23536 (repl.clj:167)
user> 
on jack-in

jasonjckn20:08:22

any else getting this / know the solution?

jasonjckn20:08:47

i was on 0.13-SNAPSHOT before, then upgraded to 0.14-SNAPSHOT

jasonjckn22:08:26

seems to be caused by something else than the upgrade