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martinklepsch13:01:20

who has a project with nicely formatted docstrings that deserves to be shown off as exemplary? 🙂

metasoarous16:01:46

@martinklepsch I've got some nicely formatted docstrings on oz now.

metasoarous18:01:14

Specifically take a look at https://cljdoc.org/d/metasoarous/oz/1.5.2/api/oz.core; The gist! and publish! function in particularly are highly formatted.

martinklepsch20:01:29

I actually checked Oz because I figured you might have good docstrings 🙂

martinklepsch20:01:28

Didn't link to it in that article because the other projects made more widespread use of wikilinks and code blocks

martinklepsch20:01:39

Appreciate the great documentation though 🙌

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metasoarous05:01:10

Ahah; Thanks for looking and considering anyway. I guess I'll have to up my cljdoc game for next time 🙂

martinklepsch10:01:01

"cljdoc game" should be a thing 😄

metasoarous16:01:09

(still missing some coverage on the clojurescript components, but that could be easily ammended)

martinklepsch17:01:26

If anyone is very fluent in flexbox/js, I'd appreciate some help with this: https://github.com/cljdoc/cljdoc/issues/230 I remember that .focus() worked but not it doesn't work anymore (maybe I tested wrong in the first place)

roman01la17:01:13

@martinklepsch I have no idea how to handle this case. But if you want to focus on non-interactive element, add tabindex="-1" html attr

martinklepsch17:01:38

nice, that works

martinklepsch17:01:51

the focus styling is a bit odd but I guess I'll just override that