Has anyone tried using codebox for writing clojure?
It'd need paredit for it to be attractive to me
Nevermind, seems the whole thing is in a transitional period. Signups have been disabled for months, while they look for new owners. Seems.like tehy foubd someone and are.working on the details, but yeah..
anybody using atom for clj/cljs around here?
Interestingly, I don’t know a single person who uses Atom for coding.
I know a few people who use it from front-end stuff
and a couple who use it for Ruby
might not be as feature rich as Sublime right now
but at least it’s open source
GitHub develop it :simple_smile:
That pretty much explains it, yeah.
It’s not bad. There’s just not much unique there. It just feels like a fork of Sublime Text, honestly.
as I said - at least it’s open source
after TextMate I’m surprised so many people would bet on a project with a bus factor of 1
wondering if we/i should look into it cider/refactor nrepl integration wise
not as if i had time for it... ;)
basically what rundis has done for LT
Hi there ! For those who built emacs with brew or railwaycat/emacs-mac-port, do you use any option or just straight install ?
I went with Spacemacs.
Unless you meant the switches for different icons or whatnot. Default there.
❯ brew info emacs emacs: stable 24.5 (bottled), devel 24.5-dev, HEAD <https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/> /usr/local/Cellar/emacs/24.5 (3924 files, 118M) * Built from source with: --with-gnutls, --with-imagemagick, --with-glib, --with-cocoa, --with-x11, --with-mailutils, --with-librsvg