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@cfleming: I saw someone using cursive to run tests after changes where made to the source code but could not find any further info. Ideas?
using cursive doesn't preclude running https://github.com/jakemcc/lein-test-refresh in the terminal window in the editor though
@cfleming: okay thanks for clarifying. I’m sure this is far down the pipeline, but are you planning/is it possible to show test failure/success icons next to the functions they were testing? Visual studio does that.
@voxdolo: thanks, that’s what I’ve been using. These days that’s the only thing that brings me to the command line during development
@voxdolo that works pretty well I find and has saved my back when my REPL has gotten a bit confused.
@denik: Yeah, NCrunch is awesome - I’d love to do something like that in Cursive, I’ve actually been looking into that recently. I’m in contact with both the NCrunch developer and the wallaby.js one.
@denik you'll have to pry my command line from my cold, dead hands 😉 I do see an upside of an autotest runner that could be integrated into Cursive's diffing though.
@denik: It’s probably a pretty serious piece of work, but I would love to have that myself
I'm mostly editing in emacs these days, but I still run to Cursive for diffing and I keep
lein test-refresh running in a terminal regardless.
since lighttable is just a clojurescript application, I should be able to open up a clojurescript repl inside of lighttable to live edit lighttable right?
Question for any Emacs/Spacemacs+smartparens users: how do you handle wrapping an element in
still not quite as convenient since you need to either highlight or include a motion command