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Pretty good weekend . How about you @thomas?
Cool. Same here. Was working on finishing the last fixes in the bathroom. I have a little more sanding to do and then a final coats of paint and resealing the bath and it should be done and dusted
This looks useful 🙂 https://blog.atom.io/2017/11/15/code-together-in-real-time-with-teletype-for-atom.html
@yogidevbear I felt it looked like a worse version of floobits.
lol - I haven't heard of floobits before. I'll check that out
I've been using Atom + ProtoREPL whilst getting into Clojure
(Shh.. Don't tell @jonpither 😉)
I like it
Was easy to get up and running and felt very familiar coming from a Sublime Text background
I think Atom is a good editor for Clojure tbh. @seancorfield gives it such a glowing review.
Sean is a large reason I started looking into Clojure to begin with. We has some interesting projects for running Clojure alongside ColdFusion projects
floobits looks good. .though I can see environments where it wouldn't be allowed. (due to central servers etc)
There's also this on floobits: https://floobits.com/enterprise
Looks opensource so might be able to make a way to self host (unless the OS repo is purely for the connection side of things) https://github.com/atom/teletype
Floobits looks nice
Enterprise license is nice... but then someone needs to pay for it 😉 and the company I used to work for wasn't very keen on paying for things.
That sounds familiar
I wrote a stacktrace explorer over the weekend, just (accidentally) had a chance to use it, so useful 😄
That’s pretty cool @dominicm - is it only for your Vim tools, or can we Emacs people get the goodies too?
Of course this means that I have discovered yet another thing about Emacs that I don’t know how to use…
You should be able to click on lines to go to them, and filter by tags too apparently
I hooked it up to Vim's native "list of files & errors" which means that you can do things like filter for files containing "aero" or similar, which was more useful than tags.
Do you think that I may not be getting this functionality because I am using Emacs in my terminal? Should I prefer GUI Emacs to get this kind of functionality
It's very cool. Although I'm a bit concerned that I've messed up the order of frames. I want to review that again before I call it done.
I also think java might count line numbers slightly differently in some cases to vim, or maybe it's clojure that's counting differently…
It requires a patch to cider-nrepl. So I need to prepare & upstream that before I can release it to the wider world.
I've got a few hours travelling today, so I'm sure it'll all be figured out in that time.
I always plan to code on journeys, but then for one reason or another I fail… Trains are best though I usually do manage to actually work on trains.
Let me know if you are going to have time to look around - my knowledge is probably pretty out of date, but I know a few places will still be there…
Have a safe trip @dominicm
You going with anyone else from the office?
I'm traveling alone. I chose to go via somewhere closer. I'll be meeting someone else at the hotel though. First time I've travelled alone to a foreign country, bit nervous.
I felt very nervous when I was traveling to Munich on my own last month. Everything worked out fine though. Best of luck
I am sure that you will be fine, but I understand how that would be an intimidating experience @dominicm
Just shocked myself