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ag00:10:30

yup.. pull down... then run git log ORIG_HEAD..HEAD to see what's changed

practicalli-john03:10:46

@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

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practicalli-john03:10:46

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

dangercoder04:10:11

Thank you for the advice 😊

Mario C.17:10:48

how to set lein parameters once?

michaellindon20:10:41

what are the keybindings on a mac for slurping parentheses? On linux it always used to be ctrl plus an arrow key

michaellindon20:10:44

i havent used spacemacs in a while

michaellindon20:10:48

has it changed?

jeff.terrell21:10:03

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.

michaellindon21:10:29

@jeff.terrell good to see you still active! hope alls well in NC

jeff.terrell21:10:23

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?

michaellindon21:10:36

oh thats awesome dude

michaellindon21:10:07

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

michaellindon21:10:22

been forced to use python.... but now i have gained some leverage and im back to using clojure πŸ˜‰

jeff.terrell21:10:52

Ooh, fantastic all around! Graduation, Tesla, and getting to use Clojure at work. Congrats!

jeff.terrell21:10:03

Will you be at the Conj this year?

michaellindon21:10:13

PRobably not 😞

michaellindon21:10:23

sadly, i only get 15 days PTO at tesla, which includes sick days

michaellindon21:10:37

right now i have 4 precious days

michaellindon21:10:01

but I'm going to be giving a talk at Duke in november

michaellindon21:10:26

and im also giving a talk here: https://mlconf.com/events/mlconf-sf-2018/ ill be sure to plug clojure

michaellindon21:10:38

ive missed this community so much

jeff.terrell21:10:53

That's nice to hear. :-) Break a leg at your talks! Is the info for the talk at Duke posted yet?

michaellindon21:10:18

not just yet πŸ™‚ I think its mostly an industry talk to masters students about doing data science in industry

michaellindon21:10:32

nothing too fancy or academic πŸ™‚

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michaellindon21:10:45

i want to move back to NC

jeff.terrell21:10:00

Oh yeah? California not your thing?

michaellindon21:10:57

no 😞 i dont like it, its too hectic, and i had a better community of friends in NC

michaellindon21:10:16

i plan to work here for a year and then look for something back in NC πŸ™‚

michaellindon21:10:31

ive actually got so much to talk about

michaellindon21:10:58

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

michaellindon21:10:42

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

michaellindon21:10:08

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! 😧

jeff.terrell12:11:36

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. simple_smile

spfeiffer21:10:35

Oops, i never updated the .spacemacs file after pulling fresh develop. I guess i was lucky then…

michaellindon21:10:23

i dont like SPC k s sometimes i need to slurp more than once

jeff.terrell21:10:45

If you need to do it more than once, I think you can say SPC k s s.

kommen14:11:57

@U46LFMYTD > should also slurp

michaellindon23:11:52

@U45J3R52L haven't found this to work. Are you using evil mode in spacemacs or straight up emacs?

kommen23:11:39

evil mode in spacemacs

kommen23:11:22

ah, it might have work for me due do having this in my spacemacs/user-config:

kommen23:11:25

(spacemacs/toggle-evil-safe-lisp-structural-editing-on-register-hooks)

kommen23:11:40

this enables evil-cleverparens-mode in lisp files which in turns maps > to evil-cp-> which slurps

jeff.terrell21:10:20

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.

michaellindon21:10:46

oh ok, i need to forget some muscle memory. Hopefully this new way is more optimal :#