Literate programming with Monroe and org-mode
I'm starting to like literate programming with org-mode more and more, so I decided to try it in a small Clojure project. I'm aware of Marginalia, but since I'm planning to mix Clojure code with shell scripts and draw some charts, Marginalia won't be much of a help here.Continue reading →
monroe 0.3.1 released
In short, monroe was using
(loop) from Emacs
cl package, without importing it first; when you'd byte-compile it, Emacs would throw some warnings and error, preventing further compilation.
monroe 0.3 released
I'm tagging new release for monroe, a sane nrepl client for Emacs.
For those not up to fancy language on project page,
monroe is a light, zero dependency and easy to use REPL client for Clojure from Emacs. Beside extreme stability, goal is to keep it compatible with standard Emacs key-bindings and modes, like
inferior-lisp and others.
However, you can easily hack it for your language or environment; example of that I learned recently is that Phil Hagelberg (leiningen author) is using it for jeejah, a lua powered nrepl server. Neat!Continue reading →