Discussion about all editors used for Clojure/ClojureScript
malabarba 2015-07-29T09:36:50.000182Z

@voxdolo: transpose-sexps, transpose-words and transpose-lines are all real gems that not enough people know about

malabarba 2015-07-29T09:38:04.000183Z

I personally bind the lines one to C-t, because I can't see the point in transpose-chars

bozhidar 2015-07-29T11:44:43.000185Z

guess you’re a better typist than me

bozhidar 2015-07-29T11:44:49.000186Z

I use C-t like all the time

malabarba 2015-07-29T12:11:21.000187Z

@bozhidar: If you call auto-correct "better typing" :simple_smile: http://endlessparentheses.com/ispell-and-abbrev-the-perfect-auto-correct.html

colin.yates 2015-07-29T14:16:45.000190Z

shout out to @bozhidar and https://github.com/expez for their super responsive reaction to https://github.com/clojure-emacs/clojure-mode/issues/310 and https://github.com/clojure-emacs/clojure-mode/issues/311. 🚀 :simple_smile:

colin.yates 2015-07-29T14:16:55.000192Z

Open source rocks.

bozhidar 2015-07-29T14:23:27.000193Z

you’re welcome :simple_smile:

arrdem 2015-07-29T17:16:42.000194Z

is there a smartparens/paredit command to take (f g |h) -> h ?

arrdem 2015-07-29T17:16:48.000195Z

for | the cursor

arrdem 2015-07-29T17:17:15.000196Z

logically yank-sexpr, up-sexpr, delete-sexpr, paste

jakemcc 2015-07-29T17:52:20.000198Z

@arrdem: I believe you are looking for paredit-raise-sexp

jakemcc 2015-07-29T17:52:58.000200Z

from documentation

(dynamic-wind in |body out)

arrdem 2015-07-29T17:54:25.000201Z

jakemcc: nice thanks


That's like the most useful shortcut in paredit!

pataprogramming 2015-07-29T19:37:03.000204Z

Recently, a friend was super-happy that he'd used paredit-convolute-sexp for an actual editing task.