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reefersleep07:11:05

It’s a lovely, rainy day here. Good morning!

ordnungswidrig07:11:49

Good morning! 🌅 ☀️ -1°C here 🥶

otfrom08:11:50

a balmy +10C in Tayside

ordnungswidrig08:11:03

The mountains are close? 🤷

otfrom08:11:32

that east wind won't help either (when we get an east wind here and it is cold we say it is "Baltic")

borkdude09:11:13

morgogoroth!

pez10:11:10

Good morning. I have started to think I’ll succeed in giving Calva a decent Parinfer implementation. It’s a huge milestone if I do!

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genRaiy10:11:45

roond mogngi

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thomas12:11:05

so on Android I get 1 and on iOS I get 1.0.... same code etc. :face_with_symbols_on_mouth: so DB insert fails...

mccraigmccraig13:11:26

js runtime differences @U052852ES?

thomas13:11:08

I suspect yes.

thomas13:11:36

just those little things you don't expect to work differently... but do work differently.

borkdude13:11:48

Porting browser tests to #nbb at #nextjournal Just got it working in CI.

Ran 7 tests containing 12 assertions.
0 failures, 0 errors.
:-D

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otfrom17:11:03

I suppose this is mostly @pez, but I was wondering how many you could connect to a gitpod using Calva. I'd like to see if doing some kind of remote dojo with gitpod/calva would be possible. (I'd also be interested in seeing if it was possible to do some kind of nrepl over ssh to the gitpod and then Mx cider-connect, but I'd be into trying out Calva to start with)

pez17:11:15

Sounds awesome. I’d like to particpate. Also @UGNFXV1FA might be good to have with us, he has experience with LiveShare, which is maybe what we should be using here. (Not that I know if it is available in Gitpod, but anyway).

Stefan17:11:09

Sounds like fun, count me in 😀

otfrom17:11:08

oh gods, this is becoming a thing isn't it 🙂

otfrom17:11:19

@pez I'm struggling a bit. Where would be a good place for me to see how to get started with VS Code and Calva? I'm seeing lots of "how to clojure" but no "here's how VS Code and Calva" work.

otfrom17:11:39

I get that this makes sense for your audience which is probably more familiar with VS Code and clojure is the new thing

slipset17:11:08

Doesn’t @U04V5V0V4 have such a multi something something repl for use at apropos?

otfrom17:11:47

I'm partly looking for a way to pair programme w/someone where clojure and emacs would be a bit of a struggle. Having browser hosted VS code would be a help

slipset17:11:15

Are you implying that @U04V5V0V4 would ever use emacs?

slipset17:11:13

But yeah, I can see the gitpod thingy being a bit more battery included?

otfrom17:11:05

I'd never slander him that way. I'd completely take advantage of his work to get something running in emacs if it was just for me tho

otfrom17:11:32

I might be building a dev environment using a chromebook and no local storage

otfrom17:11:53

(only drawback being that I don't think that the gitpod pods have enough ram for my usecase)

genRaiy19:11:56

That project is a little bit on the back burner but still … I’m working on something that will be collaborative eventually and have batteries but yeah, not for emacs

genRaiy19:11:07

all due respect

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pez19:11:58

Gitpod is running on the server, so your Chromebook would not be handling more than the UI.

pez19:11:19

@U0525KG62 This is where I have tried to make getting started with Calva as easy as I can: https://calva.io/getting-started/

pez19:11:23

If you want to use Gitpod, you can follow the Getting Started with Clojure guide. It actually starts with some Calva basics. Then just skip the Clojure course. 😃 https://calva.io/get-started-with-clojure/

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otfrom17:11:10

anyone have any experience?

otfrom21:11:07

Do you have tea?

jasonbell21:11:03

Just had an earl grey, fresh delivery of Yorkshire Tea tomorrow.

borkdude21:11:34

Morning

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