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    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    ha
    Blink needs 0.5+
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    or something that might work: Go to ~\atom\packages\julia-client\script\boot.jl and change the using Juno statement in line 31 to using Atom
    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    well time to man up I guess. I will use me some rc4
    hmmm
    Christopher Rackauckas
    @ChrisRackauckas
    rc4 is supposed to end up being the release
    so it's probably a good idea to start
    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    Thanks so much by the way for all the help. I really appreciate it
    yeah. I have been meaning too. Just some of the "performance" regressions have scared me ;) Though the .( call syntax gets me stupid excited ... so we shall see how much of my code breaks
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    that last one actually has a real chance of working, so try that first :D
    Christopher Rackauckas
    @ChrisRackauckas
    The performance regressions are mainly due to extra boxing occuring , i.e. parts of the type-inference broke
    Just run @code_warntype and throw a few type annotations / type declarations in and you're fine
    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    ohhh good to know
    Christopher Rackauckas
    @ChrisRackauckas
    Also it happens if you count compile time: v0.5 let's you compile with -O3 so the compiled code, when correctly typed, should actually be faster
    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    Is it expected to get a bunch of warnings about overwriting symbols: require(Symbol) from base, and some stuff in Gallium?
    (using rc4 of 0.5, with all the checkouts described above). My atom works at least :) but wasn't sure if messed something up with the warnings
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    yes, that's expected
    we actually try to hide those, but that doesn't work well on Windows so far
    Gabriel Gellner
    @gabrielgellner
    perfect. Thanks again for all the help/tips. happy to be rocking my oh so lovely Juno again
    Camilo Roca
    @carocad
    hey guys, is there any progress in making the inline-results or console output copyable? If not, please let me know if I can help you :)
    Christopher Rackauckas
    @ChrisRackauckas
    They are copyable
    well, you can copy the whole thing
    It would be nice to be able to select though
    Mike J Innes
    @MikeInnes
    @carocad is being able to select results what you're going for?
    You could try just setting the CSS to allow that and see where it goes from there
    I don't have any particular ideas beyond that, so if you experiment a bit then any ideas you come up with are welcome
    Well, I have a very rough idea that we (in the ideal case) need some way to associate copy text with dom nodes, and then when a selection + copy is made we have to selectively override the default behaviour
    But that's what we need in julia-client – your needs could well be simpler given that you're pretty much just showing the plain text output
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    I think there's more to this than css rules -- you can select text in results in the console (with the correct css), but not if the result is in a decoration with the exact same css. Not sure why... I've asked on the Atom slack, maybe someone there knows
    Mike J Innes
    @MikeInnes
    But we have a rule that turns off selection in ink's styles, right?
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    and if you disable that rule, you can select text in results there
    but not when they are overlays in the editor
    Mike J Innes
    @MikeInnes
    Ah I see what you mean now
    It could be that Atom now includes that by default now though, right?
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    Couldn't find any css that would do that
    Camilo Roca
    @carocad
    hey guys, sorry for the quick silence here. I saw that you updated the gifs on the atom-ink readme :)
    Nice one
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    uh, we didn't? :P
    Dorian C Brown
    @DorianCBrwn
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    Hello I’m using proto-repl and I’m having an issue that I think is related to ink. I’m not sure what is causing those black bars
    I didn’t want to make a github issue because it might just be related to my setup but I’m not sure.
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
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    This probably happens because some package (neither proto-repl nor ink) sets a css style that does this.
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    We should probably work around this though.
    Sebastian Pfitzner
    @pfitzseb
    I just pushed a possible fix -- this should be fixed on the next release.
    Dorian C Brown
    @DorianCBrwn
    awesome thank you I really appriciate what you have done with ink
    german velasquez
    @germanvediaz_twitter
    Hello, I just installed uber juno in atom. It seems like the workspace is not working. The rest is running fine. I am using Julia 0.4.7 (windows 10).
    AxlRUI
    @AxlRUI

    Hello, I can't install ink on ubuntu, I tried to purge and install atom again and nothing, this is the error messange: > ink@0.10.12 postinstall /tmp/apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago/node_modules/ink

    node scripts/postinstall.js

    Aborted (core dumped)
    npm WARN enoent ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/tmp/apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago/package.json'
    npm WARN apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago No description
    npm WARN apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago No repository field.
    npm WARN apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago No README data
    npm WARN apm-install-dir-119717-13151-1ji4agk.eago No license field.

    npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE
    npm ERR! errno 134
    npm ERR! ink@0.10.12 postinstall: node scripts/postinstall.js
    npm ERR! Exit status 134
    npm ERR!
    npm ERR! Failed at the ink@0.10.12 postinstall script.
    npm ERR! This is probably not a problem with npm. There is likely additional logging output above.

    npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in:
    npm ERR! /home/axel/.atom/.apm/_logs/2019-08-17T16_46_17_378Z-debug.log

    Mauricio O Calvao
    @mocalvao
    Hi there
    I have recently installed, under Debian sid, the latest atom deb package in order to try Juno. However I am unable to use it succesfully because ink is not installable. I tried it with apm install ink and got the messages: