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practicalli-john13:10:19

It seems that http://develop.spacemacs.org website (the website for those using the develop branch of Spacemacs) is a little behind, last update was 8th July 2019. There is a bot that manages (at least some of) the deployment process and has a website at https://emacspace.github.io/develop.spacemacs.org/ That site was build on the 15th September, so also a little behind. So the most up to date source of info is in the https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/ repository readme files

practicalli-john14:10:21

Joker is now an optional part of the Spacemacs Clojure layer, via https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/pull/12688 You can now have multiple linters running (you need to install their binaries first of course). So you could have clj-kondo and joker running together if you wish. https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/tree/develop/layers/%2Blang/clojure#enabling-automatic-linting I find clj-kondo works well enough by itself, so dont agree with the recommendation to use both, but there are a few edge cases that Joker may still catch that clj-kondo does not. From discussions in #emacs channel it seems you may experience duplicate linter warnings if you run both linters together. I am very interested to hear which linters we are all using. Thanks

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borkdude14:10:02

fwiw I have this joker wrapper script on my machine:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

## turn off some joker features, so I can test clj-kondo better

/usr/local/bin/joker "[email protected]" 2>&1 \
    | grep -v "unused parameter" \
    | grep -v "unused binding" \
    | grep -v "unused namespace" \
    | grep -v "unsupported binding form" \
    | grep -iv "unable to resolve symbol" \
    | grep -v "duplicate require" \
    | sed -e 's/$/ (joker)/'
exit 0
It suppresses a bunch of warnings and adds (joker) to the end, so I see the error is coming from joker. Sometimes it reminds me of something I still need to implement (but it doesn't happen that often anymore).

borkdude14:10:58

but this is mostly for myself/developing kondo

borkdude14:10:22

if you're missing something that's in joker but not in kondo, lemme know

practicalli-john16:10:29

I havent missed using Joker in the last few months, hence my curiosity as to if others are still using it or using both clj-kondo and joker. I've not heard from anyone using squiggly/eastwood yet either.