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Cursive is the Clojure IDE that understands your code.
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Conan 16h
I use and love it, I really appreciate having support for any language I might use (including java and JavaScript interop) seamlessly available with the same support
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stephane_tavera 20h
Let’s continue debunking this idea (Clojure shines only with emacs). See intellij + super happy user here.
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Cursive May 24
Cursive 1.8.2-eap4 is out! Fixes for a couple of awful keyword handling bugs, clickable Clojure 1.10 errors, fixes to the Hiccup conversion and more!
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Mike Fikes May 20
I’ve been using to edit code for years now… TIL IntelliJ can format only the lines in a file you’ve changed. I’ve been meticulously doing this by selecting the region to format. Use the Code -> Show Reformat File Dialog menu and set it to Only VCS changed text.
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Cursive May 19
This is a great glimpse into the madness of IDE development. Often, it is mostly just enumerating through enormous numbers of edge cases, with just enough clever solutions thrown in to keep you sane.
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Cursive May 17
Cursive 1.8.2-eap3 is out, fixing a couple of bugs in the deps integration.
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Avdi Grimm May 15
This, and also true of Emacs. I am saying this as someone who used a tricked-out Emacs setup for many years, retweeting someone who used a tricked-out Vim setup for years. I think customizable editors have an edge for early-stage languages but as they stabilize IDEs exceed them.
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M-x tips May 14
Replying to @iotsov @CursiveIDE
Cursive is great. InteliJ is amazing (used it myself for over 7 years). The work Colin done there for Clojure is incredible. Thank you for all this awesomeness.
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Deyan Yotsov May 14
Replying to @iLemming @CursiveIDE
I am writing Clojure full time. No Emacs though. FTW. With Cursive you have no need to configure anything, you have an awesome debugger (I don't use it often but it's nice to know it's there), you have great Java support in case you need to add some Java... It is 👍
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Cursive May 9
Congrats on joining ! Lots of smart people there (and one more now).
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Cursive May 9
Yes, I actually have a PoC of this in a branch I’m planning to revisit shortly.
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Cursive May 7
Replying to @bongoforone @potetm
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Cursive May 7
Replying to @ninjinsky101
No, sorry. It would be a complete rewrite.
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Tim Pote May 6
Yesterday I did a casual rename of a dozen or so attributes in my code. It was clojure. You know. A dynamic language. Where refactoring is supposed to be hard.
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Cursive May 2
Replying to @hhariri
If you make it to Nelson in NZ, let me know!
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Cursive May 2
Cursive 1.8.2-eap2 is out! It fixes one nasty bug in the test integration, and another in the deps integration.
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Cursive May 1
Replying to @mgreen
Yes, this is nowhere near as nice an experience as it should be right now, sorry. I have short-term plans to do both (fix the doc, which is a big project in an ongoing state, and have better explicit CLJS support).
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Brian Marick Apr 26
This is such a wonderful feature. Good work, ! Hope the idea spreads to other languages and other IDEs.
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Tap Apr 26
At first, I didn't think I would use Cursive's new feature showing function examples from clojuredocs very often. But on a very first day, I get to use it. Even for someone who quite fluent with clojure.core functions, it's really useful for not often used functions
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Cursive Apr 25
Replying to @pedrorgirardi
Thanks, I'm glad you like it!
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