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prnc15:10:07

that’s an interesting one… did you manage to solve it? Does your friends terminal emacs work fine locally on his machine? Asking because I guess the the ssh keystrokes /-codes are determined by the ssh client, no?

sonnyto15:10:07

haven't been able to solve it. his bindings work locally but not remotely on my linux box.

andy.fingerhut17:10:35

I have recently often been using a Clojure socket REPL and connecting to that via the Emacs inf-clojure package. One thing that I wished it did is, when using inf-clojure-eval-last-sexp, it would echo the expression being evaluated in the inf-clojure buffer, so when one looked back through the history of REPL interaction, you could see the expressions being evaluated. I did a very basic copy-and-paste of a few functions from the inf-clojure package and comint package to create a function inf-clojure-echo-and-eval-last-exp that you can get here if you are interested: https://github.com/jafingerhut/dotfiles/commit/f3f3052513dd853f3eac91c48d0b4ec4c04785ca

Nate Sutton17:10:06

what's the "do" macro in elisp?

yuhan18:10:25

here's a useful translation guide: http://hyperpolyglot.org/lisp

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Nate Sutton17:10:44

of course I get it as soon as I ask

Nate Sutton18:10:39

ohhhh very nice, bookmarking that, thanks @qythium