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dominicm08:05:46

How is everyone's morning?

3Jane08:05:21

sunny 😄 ☀️ how’s you?

dominicm08:05:31

It looks sunny outside, I'm inside though 😛

3Jane09:05:01

same, not for too long though, now packing the backpack and off to Highgate / Hampsted Heath 🙂 o/

bronsa11:05:37

problem is they don't want to do evaluation during analysis so that's going to be painful

bronsa11:05:57

so I don't know if the final version will use it

bronsa11:05:13

but either way it will be super interesting to see how they worked around it

bronsa11:05:33

I suspect the pluggable reader aliasing was added exactly for this reason

dominicm11:05:15

@bronsa pluggable reader aliasing? Could you link me to more information on that?

bronsa11:05:34

it's not documented

dominicm11:05:33

So there's a *reader-resolver* which could be bound for changing the behaviour of #::s/blah for example?

dominicm11:05:26

interesting, I might play with that for fun later 🙂

dominicm15:05:01

@yogidevbear how are you finding your Clojure book?

seancorfield18:05:23

Which one is he reading @dominicm ?

seancorfield19:05:07

A good book indeed!

dominicm19:05:11

Have you caught the new edition?

seancorfield21:05:41

Yup, bought the early access ebook back in August last year!

yogidevbear06:05:08

@dominicm I've only gone through the first chapter so far. It looks very promising. I learned about (pst) which I hadn't seen mentioned anywhere before

seancorfield06:05:02

Always learning! I've been doing Clojure for eight years and I'm always learning new stuff!

seancorfield06:05:11

And "good morning" 🙂

yogidevbear06:05:02

Morning Sean simple_smile

dominicm07:05:00

Until recently, vim didn't have a good way to view exceptions. Pst was my saviour. There's a whole repl namespace full of useful things.