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benedek05:04:11

+1 @richiardiandrea

richiardiandrea17:04:30

@seancorfield @bozhidar what do you think?

bozhidar17:04:30

Maybe it'd be better to rename the #emacs channel

bozhidar17:04:19

seemed reasonable to have a dedicated CIDER channel back in the day, as there was already #emacs and most people were asking CIDER questions

bozhidar17:04:07

On the subject of debugging code with inf-clojure - I'd suggest using https://github.com/razum2um/clj-debugger

bozhidar17:04:17

I guess someone should add this to the README

bozhidar17:04:47

we were actually using this internally in CIDER for the first couple of version of the debugger

dpsutton17:04:38

wish @malabarba had more time these days

malabarba00:04:31

dpsutton: @malabarba also wishes he had more time these days

richiardiandrea17:04:11

I'd say we keep it, and this channel can be dedicated to clojure stuff on emacs only

richiardiandrea17:04:40

given we cannot have an #inf-clojure or #squiggly-clojure channel

dominicm18:04:02

@bozhidar why did you stop?

mobileink20:04:35

look at it from an outsider perspective: i need help with cider, i go to #cider. i say keep it.

dpsutton20:04:41

i agree. if you were looking for cursive support it would be misleading to have to know what colin calls his llc to go to that channel

mobileink20:04:46

help with emacs is a whole 'nother thing.

mobileink20:04:20

easy enuff to say "try #emacs" or "try #cider"

richiardiandrea20:04:25

We should have channel aliases then

dominicm20:04:03

I feel more welcome here as a cider-nrepl user 😉

dominicm20:04:13

But you're not getting rid of me now either