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2020-09-28
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avocade12:09:46

@borkdude hey, what's the best way to disable all/most linting in (comment) blocks? πŸ™‚ If that's possible…

borkdude12:09:00

:skip-comments true

borkdude12:09:00

Also you can use #_{:clj-kondo/ignore [:redefine-var]} (comment ...) for more selectively ignoring things

avocade12:09:20

Also getting a weird issue (we think): warning: unresolved namespace clojure.string. Are you missing a require? Getting this when we're just using a qualified fn directly like (clojure.string/upper-case "hi")… same with cognitect.rebl/submit and seemingly all other non-required forms πŸ™‚

avocade12:09:42

Obviously I'm missing something bigger hehe

borkdude12:09:01

yes, you need to require those namespaces. relying on other namespaces loading them for you is bad practice

avocade12:09:41

Got it, figured we were doing something non-best-practice πŸ‘

avocade10:10:23

Btw, we're building something pretty cool on top of clojure/pathom/datomic called http://Fluent.to (https://fluent.to), would love to show it to you some time later next year and get your spontaneous input if you'd be interested. Seems pretty likely that we'll use sci heavily to run our internal "workflows" or "processes", whatever we end up calling them πŸ™‚ PS. The website has been recently stripped down to not talk too much about what we're really building, so don't be fooled if it feels a bit uninspiring hehe

avocade10:10:29

Also going on a European tour next year to meet up with interesting people (most clojure & rust devs and designers). so would love to pop by Amersfort on our way and say hi, and buy you a beer or two as thanks for your awesome work πŸ˜„ 🍺

avocade10:10:49

the plan was originally to do it 6 months ago, but alas #corona

borkdude15:10:38

Thanks! Would be cool :)

avocade18:10:36

Cool, I'll start a new chat together with my Fluent-colleague @ to continue chatting over the months (so I won't have to be a go-between) πŸ™‚

avocade13:09:37

I name a new (?) term HeisenLint for linter errors that appear in the background or in peripheral vision, and then mysteriously disappear when you look directly at them (cf HeisenBug). Just had one of those now, named it "Errorus Inssuficientinputus". There is an entire taxonomy of these things of course.