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emilaasa07:02:49

Are there more sexp cheat sheets that I haven't found yet? I'm currently using https://gist.github.com/cszentkiralyi/a9a4e78dc746e29e0cc8 and it's pretty good but maybe it's missing something?

orestis09:02:44

Am I crazy in starting to look into making my own neovim GUI?

orestis09:02:00

I definitely have no spare time but the temptation is big

dharrigan10:02:14

Well, if you have neovim 5+, you could use visual studio code as a frontend(for example)

orestis10:02:40

Oh you can? My intention is to leverage neovim for everything and just provide hooks for the external ui

dharrigan11:02:04

I've never used it myself, I like my "raw" neovim, but here's the plugin

orestis11:02:17

Ah no that’s doing way too much.

orestis12:02:42

I’m using vimr for my daily driver but I’m interested to play around

yiorgos14:02:50

is there something like cider-jack-in for Vim? I would like to open a single file outside of a project and evaluate forms without running a Repl manually in another tab

yiorgos14:02:35

ah, that looks good! Thanks ❤️

yiorgos15:02:43

the vim-iced command is not working outside a project

emilaasa15:02:55

Plug 'clojure-vim/vim-jack-in'

emilaasa15:02:36

Was opening standalone clj files your usecase? I can check if it works

yiorgos15:02:21

👍 I’ll give it a go, thank!

emilaasa15:02:26

Seems to work

emilaasa15:02:45

you jack in with :Clj and it starts a background process

emilaasa15:02:09

:Clj
:!< {:mvn/version "0.7.0"} refactor-nrepl {:mvn/version "2.5.0"} cider/cider-nrepl {:mvn/version "0.25.2"} }}'  -e "(require 'nrepl.cmdline) (
nrepl.cmdline/-main \"--middleware\" \"[ refactor-nrepl.middleware/wrap-refactor cider.nrepl/cider-middleware]\")"  (neovim/77697)
Press ENTER or type command to continue 

emilaasa15:02:36

If you run neovim it's ctrl + \ and ctrl + n to get out of terminal mode, I had never been in it the first time I ran it this addon so it was a bit weird 🙂

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