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manuel11:01:00

popping in just to thanks for the awesome work. The notifier plugin is that "little" thing that makes everything better :wink:

plexus11:01:40

It really is, it's the kind of thing I didn't realize I was missing but I really was I was looking at the contributor graph earlier and it's a shame that @rgm doesn't show up, because I copied the code from his gist. I'll find a way to rectify that.

miikka14:01:31

Does kaocha run tests in parallel by default?

miikka14:01:03

Okay, I suppose not.

miikka14:01:24

I wonder if --seed could be given to test.check as well

plexus15:01:48

Hi @miikka, parallelism isn't there and probably won't be there for a while, it requires some big changes which I'm still a bit undecided on how best to do them

miikka15:01:35

Yeah. I was looking for a way to disable parallelism in case it was there :slightly_smiling_face:

borkdude15:01:14

What prevents someone from writing (is (= actual expected))? Not sure if I understand… And btw, happy birthday @plexus :slightly_smiling_face: https://twitter.com/plexus/status/1090222734099984385

christian76720:01:17

@borkdude it doesn't, but it makes error messages sensible for those of us who prefer actual expected

borkdude09:01:20

ah, that makes sense

christian76720:01:29

@plexus it's your birthday? congrats!

christian76720:01:52

btw I tried this today:

christian76720:01:56

#kaocha/v1
{:kaocha.watch/ignore ["**/#*" "**/.#*"]}

christian76720:01:06

to ignore tempfiles created by Emacs when editing

christian76720:01:44

it matches fine in the REPL with glob?, but kaocha still triggers everytime I edit files