There are multiple help modules. Try ``/msg minion help kind'', where kind is one of: "lookups", "helping others", "adding terms", "aliasing terms", "forgetting", "memos", "avoiding memos", "nicknames", "goodies", "eliza", "advice", "apropos", "acronyms".
Suppose to be an editor for the boston-lisp project, but having a hard time linking an account...
Trying to login through the Github option says account is blocked, while trying to use the google option says email already in use...
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How do I pass json encoded string to lisp functions with YASON?
When I use (yason:encode x) it just prints the JSON to standard-output but passes lisp object (hash, arrays) to the function without conversion
I wish to pass encoded JSON string to outer function
mfiano: Does using named-readtables stop the editor from taking a multiline #h(:foo 42 :bar 43) and aligning the :bar indentation with 42 instead of with :foo? I don't think it does, unless that has changed since I last tried to use a macro like that.
s/a macro/a reader macro/
That doesn't occur for me even without named-readtables. keywords are aligned. There is a slime/sly option for it if it's not the default
and no, named-readtables would need to be aware of that process or use shinmera's trivial indent to add portable rules
mfiano: that is weird... maybe it did change to be reader-macro-aware since I last tried it, which was years ago
I use Sly though, so could be why it's different. It fixes a lot of strangeness with slime and has better defaults
Anyway, I'm off
mfiano: Interesting, it did change!
mfiano: That's good to know!
I just did a test with my example and :bar aligns with :foo now, which it didn't used to do. I must've last tried this many years ago, though.
I guess #h is viable now
My bad. I guess even in the Common Lisp world, knowledge can go out of date.
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aeth: it's not your fault, it's the real world that has moved away from the knowledge
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edgar-rft: Well, I can tell you for sure that if you're a time traveller or if time moves backwards for you, then you shouldn't use reader macros where you want plists to align properly.
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