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Feb 2016
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 14:29
Ghost
@ghost~540393fe163965c9bc2018ce
Feb 07 2016 14:30
wow, release notes :-|
how do you do those? Is that something you edit in github after or do you maintain a file?
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 14:33
Yes… in GitHub, there’s a releases tab under code… and you can draft releases notes against a tag.
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Ghost
@ghost~540393fe163965c9bc2018ce
Feb 07 2016 14:34
Emacs users must never find out about this
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 14:36
:-)
Viktor Hedefalk
@hedefalk
Feb 07 2016 14:58
Thanks @d6y!
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 14:58
No no, thank you for getting the fix out for my two screwups.
:-)
Viktor Hedefalk
@hedefalk
Feb 07 2016 14:59
:)
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 15:07
Here’s another tiny feature PR: ensime/ensime-atom#152 <- I find sometmes we get no documentation via ctrl-alt-d, but it is there if you go hunting. So I’ve take the tip Sam gave me and added “Browse Doc” (ctrl-alt-shift-d) to open up the documentation index web page.
Richard Dallaway
@d6y
Feb 07 2016 15:55
@hedefalk my projects only have one .ensime file. In that case, is it OK to skip the prompt to pick the file?
Ghost
@ghost~540393fe163965c9bc2018ce
Feb 07 2016 15:56
we automate it in ensime-emacs
the rule we use is the first .ensime in the dominating directory
that way if you're in project/MyBuild.scala then it'll find project/.ensime and use that
Viktor Hedefalk
@hedefalk
Feb 07 2016 17:44
@d6y sure, that was the intention. Just forgot :)