It's been working excellently for me on Eclipse 3.7.1. It installed and came right up without a fuss, and has been well-behaved ever since.
I encountered the smart paste for strings almost immediately after I installed it. I kind of knew it was there already, but it was still a bit of a pleasant surprise to suddenly "discover" it. Nice!
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It seems really quite good, so I can't provide too much constructive feedback. I guess one thing that could've been a bit more prominently displayed, would be adding a new file. The way I found it was right clicking on "src", then going "other" and then "clojure file". It's not a big deal, but having "Clojure File" the first option when adding a file to a clojure project would give a better first impression. And maybe it's worth considering having a new project come with a default file.
I really like the strict/structural mode -- but I didn't find a way of toggling between it (other than setting the preference, for new editors opened). It'd also be nice if the hotkeys could be displayed (and changed?) from within eclipse
Anyway, fantastic work. Keep it up
On Friday, February 10, 2012 10:12:35 PM UTC+11, laurent.petit wrote:
Oh yeah, this is related to the fact that your Java perspective needs to be refreshed so that you'll see the commands without having to dig deep into Others ... => Window > Refresh perspective
Thanks, the problem turned out to be I had the "Resources" perspective rather than the Java one. I'm pretty sure it just defaulted to that (this is a clean install of eclipse). Since it's not obvious that the Java one needs to be used for Clojure, maybe it's possible to automatically switch?
You can toggle between it either by double clicking on the status report in the status bar, either by hitting Alt + D (D like "Default mode")
Nice, I actually tried double-clicking the status report -- but I (falsely) assumed it didn't work, as the text didn't change. Now I see it uses "Stru" for both strict mode and not. May I suggest using something like "Strict" and "Struct" so you don't need to hover over it to see what mode?
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