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Post by pretentious on Mon Feb 03, 2014 7:28 pm
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anyone played with light table? I haven't had much time on my hands but youtube makes it look pretty sexy
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Re: light table

Post by Tentra on Mon Feb 03, 2014 11:14 pm
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I used it a few versions back, it was a neat concept but didn't feel ready for continued use. I know the supported languages were a bit lacking, the creator is an avid LISP user and originally prototyped it for use with Clojure. I can't speak if they have added more language support. I'll probably download it and play around for a bit, I'll try to post back if I think there's anything cool.
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Re: light table

Post by centip3de on Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:31 am
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Tentra wrote:I used it a few versions back, it was a neat concept but didn't feel ready for continued use. I know the supported languages were a bit lacking, the creator is an avid LISP user and originally prototyped it for use with Clojure. I can't speak if they have added more language support. I'll probably download it and play around for a bit, I'll try to post back if I think there's anything cool.


He's an avid Clojure user which is a LISP. Yes, there is a difference.

Also, a bit more on topic, I love Light Table. It's an amazing thing. Except the fat that it doesn't have support for stdin yet... Yes. They don't have support for reading input... which is a deal breaker for me. So until then, I'll stick to good-ol' VIM.
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