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I have specific questions about having more than one repl session (for clj and cljs) and how that could work.
Yup, this is the right place, but unfortunately, I can’t help. I use vim-fireplace, but I’m not using cljs.
I’ve started a cljs repl from the clj repl, that worked. But I never tried both at the same time.
K is mapped to look up symbol with
[<C-D> jumps to definition of a symbol
I want to live in Spacemacs. I’d sign up for eHarmony if there was an Emacs package for it.
@colin.yates: you sure can, it's just that I dream in vi and have to invest in Emacs a bit.
@akiva: ok then, Spacemacs is on my menu for tonight, I was told there comes a time I have to...
Started Emacs and it's completely dead. Status line reads "Contacting host: http://tromey.com:80"
Okay, yeah, that’s a bit much. Longest I waited was nine minutes but that’s mostly because I forgot it was doing that.
@akiva: I guessed that. So here I am, once again figuring out a way to get out of Emacs 😉
I figured http://tromey.com was a mirror, so I removed it from /core/core-configuration-layer.el
I haven’t gotten too deep into configuring it like that. I have a few things I’ve done.
Holy cow, I'm exiting Emacs for the first time in my life, without thinking. Was that really
Also probably not Spacemacs, but my next excercise is to enable some kind of dark mode. This will keep me awake all night.
I swear I spent a good half-hour going through each and every theme until I settled on one. I still want to port my vim theme to it.
Yeah. .spacemacs is where you want to put all configuration stuff. Forget about init.el.
zenburn is really nice (although I find the highlighting a little two low-contrast)
@akiva: Thanks for your help so far. I'm getting the gist of it. I still have to figure out how to get code highlighting and how to connect to a repl. But I will leave that for tomorrow probably.
gerstree I’m using vim-fireplace for development and have 12 or so repls going at the same time for various projects
then you should be able to do your normal operations, for me this include
K for docs,
[^d for goto source,
cpp for eval form etc,
cqq for quasi-repl etc