Cursive 0.1.55 is (finally!) out, bringing type inference in the editor for much nicer Java interop: https://cursiveclojure.com/archive/1243.html
@danielcompton: Yeah, it turned out huge - much bigger than I expected.
@danielcompton: I had plenty of rabbit holes still to go down, but I had to draw the line somewhere!
@bozhidar: When I start an inferior-lisp program with Prelude, I can't send it expressions with C-x C-e etc. Should I be able to?
I am using inferior-lisp to start 'lein figwheel' which gives a cljs repl
seems to me you should be using
to be able to send some expressions with
inferior-lisp from a Clojure buffer you have to enable there some minor mode
haven’t used this in a while, so I don’t really remember the exact workflow
I vaguely remember there was some integration with
clojure-mode in the past
but I removed in when I wrote
I'll try that then
@bozhidar: is inf-clojure compatible with cider? I want to use both, but inferior-lisp only sometimes
you can’t used them in the same time
as their minor modes share the same keybindings
but if you’re using one a time, everything will be fine
that's what I meant yes
having them both installed is not a problem
@bozhidar: I was already planning to listen it during my gym workout today :simple_smile:
if you’re interested in cider & emacs you might find this podcast interesting
@bozhidar: your style guide was hugely influential when I started with clojure. Thanks!
@bozhidar: I was recently discussing conventions for naming protocol impl functions and didn’t find anything in the style guide, you think that’d be something worth adding?
How do spacemacs/evil users deal with executing C-x C-e at the last paren in normal mode? The command runs on the PREVIOUS paren 😧
@bozhidar: listening to your cognicast episode right now, this is great
I was able to fix it just by following the advice about