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So, just playing around with edge for the first time. Got a skeleton project up, connected via a nrepl (vim) to it.
Already at newest change "foo.clj" 18L, 258C written Vim(python3):Traceback (most recent call last): 1 change; before #10 1 second ago Vim(python3):Traceback (most recent call last):
I don't think there is a
(dev/reset) so I would expect that to blow up :) That message occurs when you hit "ctrl-c", it's just vim saying it cancelled the operation (I think)
That guide isn't particularly edge-specific. I should perhaps do a vim-2, but things are sufficiently similar. I will think on that a little :)
I use replant now, which has code to auto-find the right namespace for the
reset function, because I got tired of switching between projects where it was somewhere different.
So, if I do
bin/app acme/dharrigan, then
../bin/rebel --nrepl -A:dev, I can
nvim dev/dev.clj and
:Eval (reset) works (although it takes about 10s)
ta. out of curosity, I'm a long-term vim user, has your switch to neovim been painless?
@dharrigan let me know if that doesn't work for you / if you have any other issues :) nvim makes my life siginificantly easier. The switch has been painless yeah. My life is better because replant is much easier to write for neovim than for vim, the new apis are easier/more consistent.
clipboard=unnamed,unnamedplus works without installing gvim, so that's nice :)
It's the little things that I can trust.
neovim ports most of the vim patches anyway.