Fork me on GitHub
#cider
<
2019-05-28
>
lvh00:05:32

Thanks! I thought I remembered that but couldn’t find the cljr feature, so I think spacemacs updates might have broke this

benedek05:05:20

there is a config to switch this off/on maybe this changed in the spacemacs layer?!

bozhidar07:05:27

@benedek I think clj-refactor.el was disabled by default, as it was often out of sync with CIDER and the upgrades were causing a lot of breakages.

bozhidar07:05:10

Generally a simpler setup is better for beginners and advanced users generally can enable everything they want/need.

benedek07:05:00

ah did not realise

benedek07:05:06

thx for the info

bozhidar07:05:29

Maybe we should mention it in the project READMEs (sayid and clj-refactor) at some point.

rickmoynihan14:05:20

Is it just me or is https://cider.mx/ down?

manuel14:05:29

it is down for me too

mgrbyte14:05:19

you want: https://docs.cider.mx I think (that's what's linked from the top-level README in the cider repo)

manuel14:05:42

yep, that works

mgrbyte14:05:14

although I note cider-view-manual does not resolve correctly (goes to "https://docs.cider.mx/en/latest/" which 404s)

rickmoynihan15:05:04

for some reason my brower history has

bozhidar15:05:22

@rickmoynihan I’ve reworked the manual a couple of days ago. The new one is https://docs.cider.mx/. I’ll still wondering what to put at the apex domain (http://cider.mx). I’d love to create one nice overview page for the project in the style of http://antora.org, but my design skills are too limited. 😄

bozhidar15:05:59

@mgrbyte I haven’t updated the links in CIDER itself, but I’ll do this soon.

👍 1
rickmoynihan15:05:25

@bozhidar: that’s really neat :thumbsup:

rickmoynihan15:05:49

I’d noticed your new drop down, very cool

bozhidar15:05:56

FYI the legacy docs are still available at https://cider.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ (with a deprecation notice)

bozhidar15:05:18

@rickmoynihan The new manual is powered by Antora and AsciiDoc, which are infinitely better than Markdown, MkDocs and ReadTheDocs. There are some open items (e.g. auto-deployment, search), but I’m pretty happy with the results so far.

rickmoynihan15:05:10

is antora an oss project itself, or a service?

rickmoynihan15:05:34

ahh cool it’s a cli tool

dominicm15:05:12

It's my fault, I'll take responsibility

rickmoynihan15:05:16

it’s just a shame asciidoc isn’t org-mode 🙂 - ho ho ho

dominicm15:05:50

That's also my fault

dominicm15:05:17

I guess it makes less sense in the context of cider, but JUXT standardized asciidoc because I couldn't edit the org files

rickmoynihan15:05:50

yes other people are org-modes only problem 🙂

dominicm15:05:02

Makes sense for the cider-nrepl stuff though

dominicm15:05:49

Org mode has breaking changes and is hard to parse. Very hard for complete tools to emerge. The vim org stuff is only partially complete.

rickmoynihan15:05:37

yeah I know… it’s incredibly tightly coupled to Emacs. It’s just a shame that it’s simultaneously often the best tool for the job; but also the worst for almost everyone else.

rickmoynihan15:05:30

I’ve liked the look of asciidoc for a long time though, as a half decent alternative

bozhidar15:05:23

> It’s my fault, I’ll take responsibility

bozhidar15:05:08

@dominicm True that. I’m not sure how I feel about Antora per se, but I definitely love AsciiDoc.

bozhidar15:05:39

I’ve long avoided org-mode (believe it or not), as it’s too Emacs-specific.

dominicm15:05:41

We are strongly considering building our own antora

dominicm15:05:08

I just can't quite figure out lucene 😁

bozhidar15:05:12

But I do plan to put one documentation module in cider-nrepl and pull it in the main cider docs site. Maybe more down the road.

bozhidar15:05:31

If there’s one thing I love about Antora, it’s the ability to pull doc modules from multiple repos.

👍 1
dominicm15:05:19

That's awesome. I think I could reproduce it with tools.gitlibs