Discussion about all editors used for Clojure/ClojureScript
maio 2016-03-10T17:00:26.000134Z

@dominicm: "If you think paredit is not for you, then you need to become the kind of person that paredit is for."

dominicm 2016-03-10T17:08:38.000135Z

@maio: Lol. But paredit.vim 😉

nkraft 2016-03-10T22:04:31.000136Z

That's a very annoying quote. Developers don't conform, they create.

cfleming 2016-03-10T23:37:57.000137Z

@nkraft: In that case, I’d go |(fnc a b) -> wrap -> (|(fnc a b)) -> (a| (fnc a b))

cfleming 2016-03-10T23:38:11.000138Z

Which is two keystrokes.

cfleming 2016-03-10T23:39:29.000139Z

Not arguing your general point, but that’s a case paredit actually handles pretty well. I have wrap bound to Cmd-Shift-9 so its almost like entering a paren, I just use Cmd to determine whether to wrap or not.

cfleming 2016-03-10T23:40:27.000140Z

I’m jealous of vi's verb-object model though, and I’m planning to try to learn vi at some point, although I’ll use it within Cursive with the vi emulation.