albert.lai 2016-09-05T13:13:27.000007Z


onetom 2016-09-05T13:14:49.000008Z

hello guys. seems like you are from tonight's cljs/lt meetup 🙂

tomtau 2016-09-05T13:18:28.000010Z

onetom indeed 🙂

onetom 2016-09-05T13:32:39.000011Z

i just ran thru the LT commits since 0.8 and not a lot seems to have happened since. am i missing something?

onetom 2016-09-05T13:32:57.000012Z

is there some fork which evolves faster?

onetom 2016-09-05T13:35:17.000013Z

it's still based on hyper old libs... clojure 1.5.1 and cljs 0.0-2138 what's the hold up in upgrading them? i would expect some noticeable performance gains...

tomtau 2016-09-05T14:01:07.000014Z


tomtau 2016-09-05T14:02:18.000016Z

No, the development slowed down after Kodowa handed it to the community

tomtau 2016-09-05T14:03:54.000017Z

I don't think there is any fork that evolves faster - you may find individual forks that fix some issues or add some new features

onetom 2016-09-05T14:05:58.000018Z

i see. thx.

onetom 2016-09-05T14:06:43.000019Z

i read the related blog posts after it was open sourced and checked it out again when 0.8.0 came out, but settled with cursive for now

tomtau 2016-09-05T14:09:13.000020Z

we discussed that a bit at the meetup -- I personally use LT for my research experimentation... other than that, at the moment, I think it's a nice editor for learning Clojure/script (as one can interactively step through and doesn't need to learn too many things), for general text file editing or developing small scale projects/scripts where one doesn't want to set up a full IDE

tomtau 2016-09-05T14:09:55.000021Z

but it's definitely not my editor of choice for any larger development in any language

tomtau 2016-09-05T14:11:03.000022Z

Cursive or Emacs are more reasonable choices for Clojure development than LT

ricardosllm 2016-09-05T18:33:52.000023Z

I’ve been using cider + spacemacs for a while now, pretty happy with it