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2018-04-09
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eraserhd13:04:13

@dominicm I like this idea.

eraserhd17:04:42

Easiest way to backslashify (string escape) and un-backslashify? Go.

dave17:04:49

vim-unimpaired?

dave17:04:15

it has some useful mappings for (un)escaping things in various ways

dave17:04:32

> There are mappings for encoding and decoding. [x and ]x encode and decode XML (and HTML). [u and ]u encode and decode URLs. [y and ]y do C String style escaping.

dave17:04:42

not sure which of those fits your use case

dave17:04:56

i find the XML/HTML encode/decode one super useful

eraserhd17:04:56

Tim Pope, again.

dominicm17:04:06

Always with the pope

dave17:04:18

dude is everywhere

dominicm18:04:43

Maybe this weekend

dominicm18:04:53

I'll have to write some tests to tun

dominicm18:04:17

I don't get much time to write tests

eraserhd19:04:39

So, good news is that my sign thing for compile errors works... The bad news is that when I have custom code in a dev namespace like that, and a refresh fails, the custom code is unloaded so I can't (refresh) again. Apparently in this project, it was previously worked around by making it :refer directly to the tools.namespace symbol.

dominicm19:04:59

@eraserhd use replant, it has a refresh that works anywhere 😄

eraserhd19:04:58

Trying it out is on my task list.

eraserhd19:04:35

I shall look at it soon. But also, I don't want to require Vim for working on this project. We are hiring another dev soon.

dominicm19:04:54

Ah, in that case, yeah. This is normal.

dominicm19:04:11

It wouldn't require vim, emacs can be configured to work in the same way replant does 😮

dominicm19:04:26

we have quite a nice system in edge for this 🙂