@bojan.matic: My problem with emacs spans out to being far too used to vim, and preferring the mindset of vim users. Vim users are very .. Unix-y. I hate the notion that my editor is my operating system. That isn't to say that I don't access a lot of things from vim, but they're all independent tools that I use outside of vim too.
I'm just very grumpy about all editors!
i hear you…i actually can’t find an editor that works right for me
i tried ‘em all
I use more than one editor 🙂
currently rocking atom after moving off lighttable
if only someone would fork atom and rewrite in clojurescript 😛
I want one editor for editing. If I need many, that's too much brain power required. The less I end up needing to think, the better.
As a life-long vi/vim user, I find Spacemacs to be fantastic.
Can’t recommend it enough.
i’m using atom too, but lately it started being really slow and locking up
@bojan.matic: hmmm i havnt noticed anything, could it be a plugin?
i’ve been a big proponent of it to others, and slowness was always everyone’s complaint
now i finally see why
possibly a plugin, but I don’t know, haven’t added new ones for a while
btw atom in clojurescript? - why do we have lighttable then? 😛
a few of my atom plugins got updated reently
and because i think it would make a better lighttable
lighttable needs so much love might as well rewrite it
they done messed up when they wrote atom in coffeescript
they had the option of making it great and they made it cool for like 2009
i was so excited when i saw the lighttable announcement way back when
“finally, an emacs for 21st century! oh boy!"
I know! but since it’s not getting much lead dev love anymore it’s almost time for a new project 😉
why cant my os be lisp!! then all my things are an editor
then i got excited about neovim…still waiting on that one lol
when i finally get some time off my work projects i want to tackle a lisp ide for tablets
i was thinking about something similar…but i still don’t have the skill and lisp knowledge for that
i dont either, thats why I want to do it 😛
i think lisp would lend itself well to a graphical ui code builder thingy
yeah something like noflojs?
I think a clojurescript wrapper for that could be very useful, but it needs easier ui creation, im no designer
never heard of noflojs
have you seen luna-lang?
it was shared here recently