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I pushed another update to Proto REPL that should fix the last of the problems with the latest version of Atom Ink. Code completion works in the console and inline values are displayed correctly.
I'm trying to set up proto-repl the first time and having issues, is this the right place for asking for help?
according to this: https://gist.github.com/jasongilman/d1f70507bed021b48625, one needs to uncheck keybindings for lisp-paredit
Was this your stack overflow question? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39059778/execute-clojure-block-or-selection-doesnt-work-in-atom-proto-repl
then I seem to be missing slurping (and other) behaviors (i.e. (ctrl-alt-.). Am I on the right track? I wanted to revert to the original version of lisp-paredit to reinstate all the keybindings, but that is not working
Yeah if you want to use the lisp paredit keybindings like slurp etc you should reenable them.
I think that one of them conflicts with a Proto REPL keybinding though but most of them should be ok.
You should open Atom settings then go to Packages, find lisp-paredit, and click on its settings.
I wonder if you changed something on the file system then. After you uninstall it look for a .atom/packages folder
Yes, I found that file, I was watching the filesystem - the reinstall of the plugin reinstalls that folder as well
Yeah it's mentioned here http://flight-manual.atom.io/using-atom/sections/basic-customization/
looks like it's same as what I see through Atom, but where's 'the initial setting, how does one revert back?
I think there might be a separate list of keybinding disabled packages in that file but I might be wrong. You can also try removing lisp paredit from that file completely. Restarting Atom between uninstall and install may be a good idea as well.
I'm pretty sure at least a few people are using it on Windows. I originally did testing on Windows but haven't in a while since recent changes aren't OS specific.
reading their doc, it says: ctrl-alt-, is for forward slurping , and the same combo plus a 'b' is for sending a block to a repl, would it not be conflicting?
This might be a bit of a hack but you could copy the lisp paredit keybindings into your own keybinding file. https://github.com/jonspalding/lisp-paredit/blob/master/keymaps/lisp-paredit.cson
Yes that would conflict. Keybindings are tricky. I already changed them a few times to avoid conflicts.
so seems like you are right in saying that it needs to be disabled, the trick is how to get it back
I need to go to bed now. Good luck. Please let me know what you're able to figure out. I'm interested in improving it for others who use paredit and/or Windows.