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    PrimordialHelios closed #55
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Leo Horie
@lhorie
they really need to get their shit together re: docs :(
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Webpack?
Leo Horie
@lhorie
angular 2
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
I don't quite feel that way, though. Maybe for getting started material, but I just haven't gotten that impression.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
the getting started guide is ok, aside from being ridiculously long to get to a hello world
but API docs are lacking... a lot
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Somehow, not surprising.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
I'm still trying to muster some energy to have another go at Ember. The last attempt failed way too early
you'd think installing a thing would be easy
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
It's rare to find a tool that isn't either lacking in docs or lacking in the readability of them. .
Leo Horie
@lhorie
yep...
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Wait... You couldn't even install Ember?
Leo Horie
@lhorie
I'm trying my best to be as thorough as I can w/ mithril docs
For Ember, I couldn't get past Ember-CLI installation. It got stuck in a loop trying to upgrade to the latest version, when it was already on it
and of course, trying to ignore the error and plow through just lead to more inscrutable errors
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Hopefully the rewrite ends up with nice docs. The current 0.2 docs are not very readable, and even though they are very complete, people consistently miss things.
And isn't that what usually happens when you try to ignore errors?
Leo Horie
@lhorie
yeah, I think one mistake I made was that I was a bit overzealous w/ keeping concepts within the same page as the closest API that was relevant. I've now broken out some core concepts into their own pages now, so hopefully it'll be easier to refer to them individually
also trying to reduce the amount of complexity (start/endComputation, redraw strategy, etc)
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
What do you think if Thallium's docs so far? The assertions are the only thing missing, but documenting roughly 40 things with 2-4 variants of each is kind of daunting.
They range from simple equality to a structural-comparison includes search.
I've actually used the latter already.
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
I also need to document how it compares map and set keys loosely (as in t.deepEqualLoose(new Set([{foo: 1}]), new Set([{foo: "1"}])) and how it does structural checks of both keys and values of ES6 Maps.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
it looks a lot better than when I last looked at it
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Thanks. I've been putting a lot of work into it. It's also part of why I've been silent for a while.
It only works on Node at the moment, but my next order of business is getting it tested with jsdom and PhantomJS.
That and adding a DOM reporter.
I've already got three console ones.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
weird, how come I don't see any projects under you on the gitter left panel?
oh now I do
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
I guess it's somewhere between Gitter and your browser.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
they really need to special case lists w/ one project, it's annoying to have to click twice to jump between rooms
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Yeah... I feel it was a solution in search of a problem.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
so much for "UI improvements"
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
That's such a buzz word.
Leo Horie
@lhorie
tell me about it... my wife has been complaining for the past three weeks about her clueless UX coworker doing "UI improvements" (that all ended up in the trash can after the client saw them)
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Wow...
Leo Horie
@lhorie
that's bigcorp for ya
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
:+1:
Peter
@11111000000
@anko any plans for write the compiler on eslisp self?
Antti Korpi
@anko

Picking out things I can answer:

@isiahmeadows

Have you tried my a = -> [.. for &] function? I (and apparently several others) found it useful for nicely interacting with JS vdom libraries like Mithril and React.

(:point_up: June 16, 2016 9:09 AM)
I hadn't thought of that. It's a little more syntax, but definitely more useful, since it works with more libraries.

@lhorie

is eslisp still active?

(:point_up: June 16, 2016 4:16 PM)
In the sense of "I'm still working on it", yes. It's just hard, I want to do it right, and my perfectionism is crippling, which combine to super-slow-progress sometimes.

@11111000000

any plans for write the compiler on eslisp self?

Yes, once it's concise and stable enough.

Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
@anko
It's just hard, I want to do it right, and my perfectionism is crippling, which combine to super-slow-progress sometimes.
I can relate. I've spent the last few months working on Thallium, a JS testing framework, and I've been a bit slow as well. It's incredibly extensible and modular, but it's taken until now for me to feel comfortable using it in toy projects. And even then, it's lacking certain things.
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
I'll note that it's already more flexible than even Mocha and Tape (most the rest are about as flexible as an immutable object).
Matthew
@Hedgepig
Hi, is this the right place to ask for help? Having trouble with multiple return array
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
Yeah, but I'll note that this project is barely alive. I'm mostly here as a PL nerd (don't really use it), but @anko could probably help you.
Matthew
@Hedgepig
Ah fair enough. Even the example code for array returns wouldn't work. Don't know if it's a bug
Claudia Meadows
@isiahmeadows
What's your code look like (caller and callee)?
I do know a few things.