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@andrewvida: I think live evalutation is really great and I’m not sure to what extent Atom supports it. (Last time I checked I couldn’t get it to work.) I think Cursive is a great option for people just starting out
@andrewvida: +1 for lighttable for learning clojure
@rauh: recently used Cursive for like 10min and it was ok
@martinklepsch I was able to get it working with this plugin yesterday (https://atom.io/packages/nrepl). It worked pretty well.
@andrewvida: that’s cool to hear. Like really really well or somewhat well? (We’re still uncertain what editor to choose for an upcoming ClojureBridge workshop)
Cursive, for whatever reason, just feels like it’s too much for me. There’s a lot of stuff going on.
@martinklepsch I was able to eval simple forms, but haven’t tried it with anything complex yet. The only thing I didn’t like is that when it threw an exception, the entire message wasn’t displayed. it didn’t give me enough info to figure out what happened. I’m sure it’s probably an easy fix within the plugin though.
(not only) for light table users: http://rundis.github.io/blog/2015/parembrace.html
Has anyone ran into an issue of
sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed while updating to the latest version of Cursive? (0.1.55)
@andrewvida: In the REPL pane, you can expand the exceptions
Print Last Exception. I think you can bind that to a key too if you wanted.
You’ll see the full stack trace
@damionjunk: not myself
i’m wondering if a download somewhere is jacked..
@martinklepsch: I use cursive exclusively now, and it's been great for me. It should be noted I've always enjoyed fuller IDEs. In fact, I prefer VIM or the heaviest IDE I can find. heh
i’m also 100% cursive, I previously used Emacs + Evil mode
but cursive does everything I need + more, and easier.
i still use emacs for text notes, markdown, and some stuff like that. or vim.
@erichmond: cool, i’ll try installing one of those. I don’t really need any of the fixes in the release, i just keep getting an annoying intelliJ warning every time it tries to run the update.
@erichmond: hahaha, same here. Full terminal + vim OR Intellij + Cursive
one nice thing about emacs is that if you pair that with an ErgoDox or Kinesis Advantage keyboard, nobody will ever be tempted to try to use your computer to accomplish anything.
manually copying the
clojure-plugin directory worked. no more annoying warning messages.
@damionjunk: that is hilarious
I have a Kinesis keyboard, a great side effect is that it makes the CEO and chair of the board feel like my salary is justified
@erichmond: It’s a good strategy to defend against people who want to pair with you while eating doritos or other nasty snacks too.
I have the Advantage with the mx-red switches. I cycle keyboards a bit to keep my hands guessing. I’m typing on a noisy Filco TKL with blues right now.
also, why does autocorrect only correct things I've spelt correctly and ignores mistakes like the ones above?
Yeah, the Advantage is great, and it’s even better with reds. I had both versions for a while (red/brown) and eventually sold the one with browns. Hard to justify multiple expensive mech-keyboards just laying around.
Hi everyone, I am rather new to using Cursive and I have a small problem. I open up the repl and switch to cljs. But it still seems to be a clj repl. (js/Date.) CompilerException java.lang.RuntimeException: No such namespace: js, compiling:(/home/kristo/.IdeaIC14/system/tmp/form-init2826178497227697999.clj:1:1)
I’ve not hooked my cursive repl up to cljs stuff yet.