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@naomarik: huh, an NPE never happened for me, that's weird. Anything interesting in the stacktrace? Also, if you feel that's enough for today feel free to ping me tomorrow if you get around to it.
tomorrow some real work shall begin, thanks jaen for your help.. boot seems a bit nicer than lein/fig for me
@jaen whole lot of stuff, tenzing made an app skeleton with old dependencies, had to set up a .boot a profile.boot that was a bit different than the latest documentation, realized
cider-jack-in-clojurescript wasn't helping out, had to use
cider-connect to localhost to connect to the repl started with
boot dev, from there i do
(start-repl) ensure the browser is connected and i'm good
it's a bit crazy, had probably 30 browser tabs open at once and my normal day is 10 max
@naomarik: I stream here: https://www.livecoding.tv/sveri from time to time using cursive. So if you are interested you might join me and I answer a few question so you get a comparison 😉
@naomarik: ah yeah, it seems tenzing is a bit out of date, now that I look at it, yeah. I usually set up a project from the ground myself so wasn't aware that it's a bit out of date, sorry. Good thing you've figured it out though.
@pvinis I'm pretty sure its emacs but let's see what the "state of clojure" tells us this yesr
Based on a straw poll from recent Clojure eXchange conference in London emacs user out number vim users by close to 2:1
im thinking of switching to evil mode from vim, so doing stuff in clojure might push me a bit more to do that
I'm a evil-mode user coming from many years of vim (and, before that, elvis) and I'm quite happy.
I'm a vi user from way back. Would like to have a repl / editor together, and have a groups of files that can be kept together. I tried spacemacs but could not easily see how the 'group of files' thing worked. I'm thinking of trying fireplace vim next. Does that sound reasonable?
I'm on Windows at the moment. Would be good to be able to drag files from Windows Explorer and those kinds of things.
@pvinis: i use evil mode everywhere, it's kind of natural the way it is. just had a few custom keybindings and settings and i'm able to use it productively
The repl never worked for me - got out of memory error. I noticed DN complain that it has a huge classpath. Little problems like that keep me away for the moment. Also I'm confused as to what namespace it is taking on.
although my rspec TDD flow in vim is still way faster, i'd have to learn elisp to bring it over and i haven't yet
somehow my git messages are way more meaningful being able to see the diff in front of me in a nice easy way
when i ctrl-z into command line vim i would essentially write garbage half the time like "work done"
https://precursorapp.com/ this is probably the most beastly polished things i've seen. are the developers present in this slack group?
@naomarik: I believe the same guys did the initial work for the circleci frontend, this talk by Brandon Bloom credits them at the beginning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNtQPSUi1iQ