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@jarvinenemil you should always update your
.spacemacs file from the template after pulling changes.
SPC f e D will run
ediff against your
.spacemacs file and the template. I copy everything from the template apart from settings I know I have changed
I update from within Spacemacs by opening a file from
.emacs.d, usually the readme file.
SPC g s to open Magit client,
F to bring up the pull menu,
-r to set rebase to true,
o to pull from origin. Then I restart Spacemacs with
SPC q r.
Then I update the
.spacemacs file from template. And then update packages from the link on the Spacemacs home buffer
SPC b h
what are the keybindings on a mac for slurping parentheses? On linux it always used to be ctrl plus an arrow key
It hasn't changed ever AFAIK. Slurping the next form into the current parens is
SPC k s. Lots of related structural editing things are under the
SPC k menu.
Good to see you too man! All is well. I'm actually a prof at UNC CompSci now. Did you finish up at Duke? Will you be at the Conj this year?
so, I took a job as a senior data scientist at tesla. Been here for the last 5 months and haven't been able to use clojure
been forced to use python.... but now i have gained some leverage and im back to using clojure 😉
Ooh, fantastic all around! Graduation, Tesla, and getting to use Clojure at work. Congrats!
and im also giving a talk here: https://mlconf.com/events/mlconf-sf-2018/ ill be sure to plug clojure
That's nice to hear. :-) Break a leg at your talks! Is the info for the talk at Duke posted yet?
not just yet 🙂 I think its mostly an industry talk to masters students about doing data science in industry
no 😞 i dont like it, its too hectic, and i had a better community of friends in NC
my team keeps talking about the need for an immutable database with a history of all changes, and i keep wanting to suggest datomic to them
im learning more about data engineering here, because it seems that in order to do data science i need to go out and collect and store the correct data
the current data they have is terrible, because it gets mutated by humans and all previous values are lost. Sometimes the edits are incorrect, and the previous value was correct! 😧
Ah, sorry to hear you don't like the pace there. I know what you mean. I spent two summers in CA (Berkeley and San Diego) and, although it was fun for a summer, I decided I liked NC better. It does sound like the team needs Datomic, wow! Well, good luck with it all, and I hope you're able to find something good in NC.
Oops, i never updated the .spacemacs file after pulling fresh
develop. I guess i was lucky then…
@U45J3R52L haven't found this to work. Are you using evil mode in spacemacs or straight up emacs?
this enables evil-cleverparens-mode in lisp files which in turns maps
evil-cp-> which slurps
Basically your cursor turns a different color (in my case purple) because you're in a structural editing transient state. I usually just escape out of it, but for repeated structural edits it can be a time saver.
oh ok, i need to forget some muscle memory. Hopefully this new way is more optimal :#