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Hi guys, anyone knows a company in the UK that uses Clojure and could be visa sponsor?
A few colleagues do, I know a bit about spacemacs, enough to know it's
terrible not vim. What's up?
i don't try and use it in the vim mode... i use holy-mode instead. it's a pretty good assembly of emacs libs and the layer thing is good
I found the vim emulation was, "okay" but incomplete when combined with libraries (or the lack of them).
@mccraigmccraig i've heard it's very focused on the evil mode experience, and the holy mode one wasn't as good, which is why i've been using Prelude instead. what's your take? i'm not a modal editor kinda guy
@sundarj i used to use prelude. i tried spacemacs and found it a better experience. helm is nicely integrated, windows work nicely with usually sensible auto-resizing, and the dark-theme is nicer than any other dark theme i found... and emacs is still emacs - i still do plenty of M-x stuff and it doesn't get in your way there
i think the only thing which took me a while to figure out was how to set up the projectile project ignores for helm-ag ... the default spacemacs config was all wrong for those commands
helm-projectile-ag is awesome - it searches your current projectile project (usually inside your .git tree or similar) with
ag and presents the results as you type - but if you can't set your ignores then build products pollute the search results, in particular cljs build output, and make them unbrowsable
that doesn't search file content though -
helm-projectile-ag searches all file contents in a project
right. i did use the search quite often when i was using vscode, so seems like i should be aiming to have it in emacs too
you don't have to use spacemacs to get projectile-ag... it's just a part of projectile, which works perfectly well with prelude or probably even an unadorned fresh emacs install... but i seem to like helm a lot, and helm is well integrated into spacemacs
i've not, but i like emacs now. i was using vscode before, and tried the vim bindings with it; i just sorta ignored emacs, perhaps because of its reputation. clojure just made me consider emacs, and i realised i liked it.
i haven't even tried to use inf-clojure or cider with emacs yet, mainly because i'm using a Windows laptop atm that i got from work, and i don't have admin, so Boot isn't properly installed - it's just an alias, and i can't be bothered figuring out how to get inf-clojure to use it. i'm a Linux guy at heart, i'll try using them when i'm back on my Ubuntu install
nope. i installed intellij before emacs, but was put off by the fact i had to request a copy of cursive by emailing colin; didn't realise you could do it via the editor ui. by the time i learnt you could, i was already using emacs, and i didn't care too much 😛
I wish Atom/ProtoREPL had an equivalent to inferior mode, so you could work with just a bare REPL (e.g., a Socket REPL).
I recently re-installed Emacs with Prelude, to try out the
clj integration but didn't have much luck with it. Atom/ProtoREPL has some
clj integration too (but it still assumes nREPL is present, as far as I can tell).
It should be easy enough to add Jack in support to it, if you have time for a pull request. The code in cider is quite short.