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@dnolen Sorry, that’s old crappy code - I’ve been meaning to fix it up but it doesn’t get used much.
does anybody know or have a good guess whether the cursive formatter is configurable enough to do roughly this with
ns forms? https://stuartsierra.com/2016/clojure-how-to-ns.html
my team uses a linter for that style and I think cursive formats it a different way by default
@gfredericks: What do you want Cursive to do for you related to that post? I use cursive and follow this way manually without any problems, though I haven't got it linted or really pay that much attention to the spacing of things.
@shaun-mahood I think the main issue is how the clauses below
:require etc. are indented (two spaces when the standard says one)
if yours indents one space then that gives me confidence I can figure out how to configure it to do the same thing; though if you didn't have to configure it at all that confuses me a little
@gfredericks: Ok, mine indents 2 there (2 is the default) but there's a super easy configuration change for indent depth - it has both a global setting and form specific settings, though I don't see
require on the list of options - but I'm on a bit older of a version than current and haven't changed that config at all, so there may be someone else who has it figured out. You want it to be 2 spaces between
require, and 1 space after
The config is pretty straightforward to check, you should just download it and see if you can figure it out - it's a pretty fantastic editor 🙂
@gfredericks I’m still mostly asleep, will check that a bit later on. Someone mentioned last week that they had a problem with that.
There is a lists-indent-1-space rule, which is there purely to placate the vengeful Emacs god
So I have "Check for EAP builds" enabled and I am not getting the usual Cursive update dialog for 1.5.0-eap1. I am running 1.4.3-2016.3 on both my Mac and Ubuntu.
@kenny Is it possible your licence update period has expired? You can check it in Help->Register Cursive.
Ooooo yeah, you're right. I had no idea. Maybe a dialog for license expiration would be helpful 🙂
There was some confusion because I had to delay the initial renewal period, and I suspect some users didn’t receive notifications because of that.
No, it starts out at 50% of the initial purchase price, and gradually goes up to 75% over the following year.
Because presumably the longer you wait, the more new stuff you get when you upgrade.
Sorry that one took so long to look at, I was rather embarrassed when I saw the date on your email when I finally looked at it.
Hehe - I should have created an issue. That said, they have a tendency to languish as well.
I am renewing my license right now and I noticed a difference in price. When I click “Show Price” on the renew page it says $53 but on the popup dialog it shows $50.
@cfleming: I need to renew as well, says $107 but is going to change me US $99.50. I'll wait until you fix it and renew then.