Clojure Weekly 10 is out
New #emacs #blog post: "State of Emacs Lisp on Guile": https://emacsninja.com/posts/state-of-emacs-lisp-on-guile.html
#Guile is a #Scheme that gets a disproportionate amount of attention when mentioned with Emacs in a sentence. I'm sick of the occasional r/emacs or emacs-devel thread with little facts and much speculation, so here's some original research of what you can and can not do with Guile's Emacs Lisp implementation.
Clojure Weekly 9 is out
Clojure Weekly 7 is out
I make it from collecting the links during the week. Do let me know what you think. Thanks
Clojure Weekly newsletter
There were a few Clojure themed newsletters launched over the years. But none of them seem active now. So I'm launching this. If nothing else, at least my friends will subscribe :)
Let's see how long I can keep it going.
Emacs has a chart library built-in! Plus, it works in a terminal!
I must say I'm impressed.
Just came back from #clojureD.
Great conf. Lots of little things that just add to the whole Clojure experience. So glad I went.
I need start using jet instead of jq on command line!
Nice write up on how to react-native in #clojurescript
@bzg hi, what's the reason ox-rss.el hasn't been made a standalone package that can be installed vi package-install? Thanks
If you haven't had the joy of contributing to #emacs yet, one of the obstacles is their poorly specified commit message style (which is somewhere between regular commit messages and changelog entries). Turns out there is a tool to help you with getting the formatting right.
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