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2018-02-23
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bozhidar00:02:31

> I know that tooling code is inherently pretty ugly. But cider’s is basically only “ugly” in the sense that I consider it “archaic” clojure, which makes sense given it’s age. It’s funny how 5 years in CS are like 5 centuries in the real world. 😄

bozhidar00:02:38

@dorab There’s cider-insert-last-sexp-in-repl. With a prefix argument this inserts and evals the form in the REPL.

bozhidar00:02:43

(`C-c M-p` and C-u C-c M-p)

dorab00:02:07

Thanks. Much closer to what I wanted.

bozhidar00:02:45

There’s a similar function for the current top-level form and probably for something else. Check the readme/the menu for more details.

bozhidar00:02:01

Even I don’t remember all the features at this point.

dorab00:02:10

OK. Thanks.

iwannaseethelight01:02:44

ugh, the folks i work with use intellij - i use emacs, but cursive (a clojure plugin for intellij) formats the lisp differently than emacs does 😞

bozhidar01:02:44

Formatting is configurable in both clojure-mode and CIDER.

bozhidar01:02:56

And I guess it’s configurable in Cursive as well.

bozhidar01:02:26

Often I feel like I’m customer support here. 😄

emoarmy01:02:54

You and @dpsutton make an awesome support team!

emoarmy01:02:06

Seriously though, thank you @bozhidar, @dpsutton, and all the other core contributors to Cider, I love being able to use Cider for work 🙂

dpsutton02:02:35

glad i can help out from time to time

dpsutton02:02:18

New job in clojure?

bozhidar02:02:27

Nope. Just one of those days when I decide to catch up on some of my OSS projects, while waiting for my flight.

dpsutton02:02:54

Ah sorry I meant @iwannaseethelight this sounds like new to the codebase setup. Getting indentation and complete working

dpsutton04:02:08

Well if they are too distracting to the channel we can remove them. Let's see how it goes

gonewest81804:02:22

I know. Just saying.

benedek12:02:42

@dpsutton perhaps create a #cider-notification room for them

benedek12:02:36

we successfully used this pattern at a former project where we had dedicated slack rooms for automated msgs and one for humans

dpsutton13:02:38

Yeah I think you're right. It's too much

bozhidar14:02:47

@benedek And it my experience having a separate channel for those is equivalent to no one ever seeing them. 😄

bozhidar14:02:05

Perhaps we should show fewer things here, let’s give it a few days and we’ll figure it out. On many days there’s 0 activity on CIDER’s github anyways.

benedek14:02:20

fair. I guess the frequency of these really makes a difference. tbh gitter has it right kinda: showing similar stuff on a sidebar

dpsutton15:02:50

Yeah I think initially we saw a bored @bozhidar in the airport haha

triss21:02:16

hey all. my connection to the REPL stops responding when using quil..

triss21:02:45

anyone know of a workaround? I can’t quite tell what’s causing it?

xiongtx21:02:06

The GitHub notifications can surely be tuned to just include issues and PRs? Reporting every comment is wholly unnecessary.

xiongtx21:02:13

Notifications are only useful when they’re actionable, e.g. encourage someone to repro an issue or review a PR. Comments etc. aren’t actionable.

dominicm22:02:53

otoh, sometimes I see someone say something and I have more to weight in with, e.g. more info, or I see someone I think might be wrong & can provide useful info.

xiongtx00:02:43

That’s what GitHub’s own notifications should be for 👁. ¯\(ツ)