> My layout is closer to Mark's one: all views are minimized (except
> console and repls) and the consol+repl is to the right of the editor
> pane (about equal width).
> When working on a bigger screen I usually have two editors and the
> console+repl (each having about 1/3 of the screen width)
> On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 5:52 PM, Mark Addleman <markaddle...@gmail.com>
> > I tend to rely a lot less on the package explorer when working with
> Clojure than when I work in Java. I tend to minimize the left window. I
> keep the lower pane open with REPL and Console has the primary tabs (though
> the console is becoming less important has CCW matures) and I keep the
> outline & namespace browser open on the right of the editor.
> > Ultimately, I would like to close the outline view entirely and use
> popup outline (CTRL-O). I would also like to see the Namespace browser be
> folded into something similar to the Java type browser (CTRL-T). That way,
> the only windows I would keep open are the editor and REPL. Then, I'd love
> to see mini REPLs available from directly within an editor (inspired by my
> understanding of Lighttable) so I can avoid having a REPL window open. And
> then... :)
> > On Thursday, May 31, 2012 8:53:24 PM UTC-7, Nick Klauer wrote:
> >> For my setup, I find I'm always resetting windows and panes to be in
> the right configuration. I don't think there's a Clojure perspective, but
> I do like the way this is set up and was curious if others follow a similar
> setup for Clojure development, or if they've found more ideal
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