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Andrey Popp
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Andrey Popp 15h
Replying to @govorov_n
Если будешь ещё раз vim пробовать то поставь сразу ALE, это zero config для многих LSP/tsserver. И сразу есть autocompletion/goto-def/... если соберёшься — можешь написать мне и я могу помочь с сетапом.
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Andrey Popp Jan 20
Replying to @jordwalke @sgrove and 6 others
As I understand wants 0-ary variants encoded as strings at runtime. Not sure this is possible now.
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Andrey Popp Jan 19
type t = T of int [@]
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Jordan ⚛️🆁 Jan 16
Spin (by ): A new template based project creation tool for native Reason/OCaml. Take it for a ... spin! (The project branding is already off to a good start on this one)
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Andrey Popp Jan 14
Replying to @wokalski @ManasJayanth
This shouldn't be needed.
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Andrey Popp Jan 14
We have 28 contributors in this release!
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Andrey Popp Jan 12
«складывай его так аккуратно, чтобы было удобно выбрасывать» вот это прямо в точку
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Yaron Minsky Jan 9
Courtesy of , Simple OCaml:
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Andrey Popp Jan 5
I love that the implementation is just a single well documented module!
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vjeux ✪ Jan 4
So much progress since yesterday on !
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Andrey Popp Jan 2
Check out
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React Cosmos Dec 17
The wait is over… React Cosmos 5 is official 🔥🚀
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Andrey Popp Dec 7
It's not about how fast you can type, it's about how fast you can type **when you know what to type**. Throughput vs latency.
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Jordan ⚛️🆁 Dec 3
Vim is the idea that you should be able to instantly dump your brain waves into the computer to make it do exactly - not just approximately - what you want. The vim editor is an imperfect implementation of that idea. The full potential of that idea has not yet been realized.
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Andrey Popp Dec 7
It would be interesting to know how hackable Nix is (would it be possible to add fast rebuilds for linked packages for example) and what's the state of Nix on WSL/Cygwin (esy supports Windows!).
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Andrey Popp Dec 7
Yes!
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Andrey Popp Dec 7
There's no solver in nix, nix implements just the "esy build" / "esy shell" parts of esy. It would be better in the following: a) Nix's hermetic builds are "more hermetic" than esy's and b) there's distributed caching working in Nix
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Andrey Popp Dec 7
I think it won't be hard to make a plugin for esy to produce Nix expressions. You'd lose something though, for example workflow with multiple linked packages.
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Andrey Popp Dec 6
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
But types exist irrelevant if you specify them in code or not, right? If you can specify just a minimum amount needed this shouldn’t be too much of a burden (hopefully). Not arguing just thinking out loud.
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Andrey Popp Dec 6
Replying to @brian_d_vaughn
Curious why not?
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