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jr0cket09:08:08

Any recommendations for books / tutorials / blogs to learn elisp enough to help me hack on CIDER ?

johannes.f.knauf10:08:55

These are the resources, I used. But I am far from being an expert. What I think is far more difficult than learning the elisp language is getting a grasp of the ecosystem that is in use nowadays.

johannes.f.knauf10:08:18

But for hacking on an existing package that should be fine.

jr0cket11:08:56

Thanks, its useful to know which things you used. I'll be adding what I find useful to the Practicalli Spacemacs book and to http://docs.cider.mx if I find any extra tips on Hacking CIDER.

emoarmy21:08:57

I can't comment on reading docs or articles too much... But I have found C-h f , C-h v , M-. and C-u C-M-x have helped me learn a ton about whatever I'm trying to hack on. (Define function, define variable, xref-find-definitions, and eval-defun+edebug-it)

emoarmy21:08:46

Xah Lee also has an intro to elisp series http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/elisp_basics.html