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#cursive
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2015-11-18
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thosmos06:11:40

@cfleming I wish I was at the conj. Maybe next year, or Clojure/West since I'm in Cali. I watched your talk on ClojureTV

roelof14:11:54

anyone here ?

roelof14:11:41

are you a cursive user ??

cjmurphy14:11:18

Yes - I recommended it to you in the beginners area I believe.

cjmurphy14:11:10

I've used IntelliJ for a very long time - as a Java programmer - where it works perfectly.

roelof14:11:16

oke, I have a wierd problem. On the clojure mailing list I have asked how I can ask some custom action to the clojure actions screen

roelof14:11:12

now Colin says add it to the run menu with run -> edit configuration

roelof14:11:43

So I did that and add eastwood to the arguments of default - leiningen

roelof14:11:03

but still no choice for eastwood when I choose run -> run

cjmurphy14:11:19

Hmm - I used that for running Java programs.

cjmurphy14:11:30

You could run anything with a main from there.

roelof14:11:07

oke , I do not know if eastwood which is a lein plugin has a main

cjmurphy14:11:07

It is for running source code, usually the code you are developing.

roelof14:11:31

oke, maybe Colin has misunderstood me

cjmurphy14:11:53

To save pain use tools for only what they are good at.

roelof14:11:22

I try that eastwood is for looking if I do not make wierd mistakes

cjmurphy14:11:33

Configuration is the worse thing in the world.

cjmurphy14:11:32

I need to see what eastwood is I guess ...

cjmurphy14:11:37

Yes linter.

cjmurphy14:11:16

Clojure gives bad error messages but Cursive is not too bad.

cjmurphy14:11:57

Has anyone one else coupled eastwood with Cursive?

roelof14:11:25

I do not know

cjmurphy14:11:27

I'm just saying you might not need it.

roelof14:11:33

How can I then best look if my clojure code can be made better

roelof14:11:48

I thougt eastwood and kibit could help me with that ?

cjmurphy14:11:55

In my experience I did the 4clojure koans. When you get one right you get to look at all the other answers from other people.

cjmurphy14:11:23

I picked other people who had completed even the hard ones.

cjmurphy14:11:42

There are many paths to choose from, but configuration is not really 'learning'...

roelof14:11:08

nope, but I still think that these tools can help me with the learning

roelof14:11:36

cjmurphy: but thanks for the help

cjmurphy14:11:23

No worries.

cfleming15:11:06

@roelof: When you open Run->Edit Configurations, do you see the Eastwood configuration you created on the left hand side, above the Defaults section?

roelof15:11:50

cfleming: nope, I only see then the core applications and a defaults section

roelof15:11:16

I only added eastwood on the defaults -> leiningen section

roelof15:11:02

cfleming: Do I have to do more then ?

roelof15:11:24

cfleming: found it. I have to use the + sign and add it

roelof16:11:28

bummer, for eastwood, kibit or bikeshed needs bash so no luck on windows 😞

roelof16:11:54

bikeshed needs sh so I delete it from my projects.cli and everything works fine

roelof20:11:30

where can I disable the Rainbow parenthenses

tony.kay20:11:59

Anyone have an idea how to make doc strings for AOT libraries (like Datomic)? It would be nice if we could have a way to make docstrings work by creating a community resource that can be associated with these. I get really tired of hitting "show docs" in the IDE and seeing nothing helpful.

grav20:11:10

@roelof: Open Preferences and search for rainbow.