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Set by lizmat on 24 May 2021.
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Xliff Can someone tell me where to set the raku executable location in Comma 13:41
Then I need a way to set -I locations.
sena_kun Xliff, File -> Project Structure -> "Project SDK". 13:50
Xliff, `-I` locations are set as cli arguments in run configurations. So you go to `Run... -> Configure Run Configurations` (or something, don't remember exactly), then you select a script you want to run and specify arguments to raku.
Xliff sena_kun: Am doing that with the latest Comma and getting weird results. It's stuck on a specific raku version and will not acknowledge settings. 13:51
sena_kun Hmm, I'm afraid I'll need a more specific report / steps to reproduce on Monday. 13:52
Xliff *sigh* -- I'll see what I can do, but I know its environmental, so not conducive to reproductive step writing 13:54
How can I use another font other than Noto Sans?
sena_kun File -> Settings, searching for `Font` should find you something. 13:55
Xliff Yep, thanks. 13:56
sena_kun: If I want to step into the source for a 3rd party .pm6 -- how would I go about tonig that. I've been neck teemam hour. 14:24
sena_kun: If I want to step into the source for a 3rd party .pm6 -- how would I go about doing that.
Yep. I think that means its time for a nap.
sena_kun Xliff, perhaps. The bad news is I am not sure what you're asking about works. The good news is that we have a lot of debugserver fixes in the next moarvm and Comma release, so this will already be some progress related to breakpoints, stepping etc. 14:26
Xliff sena_kun: Regardless, thanks for the help! 18:53
sena_kun: The only thing I need right now is how to set up source locations for the various modules I am using. 18:54
sena_kun Xliff, do you mean to set locations to inspect them in "External Libraries" or? 18:59
Or to get local paths in stack traces?
Xliff External Libraries 19:00
sena_kun Xliff, alright, probably bad news for you is: it takes source locations from zef, so one needs to have modules installed with it. 19:01
Xliff Hahahah! Sure it does.
sena_kun: You'll need to fix that. Not every raku hacker use zef! 19:02
sena_kun Yes, we have Pakku support for installing dependencies, but not for this, though it should be easy to implement.
Xliff Many of us have issues with CURI and have loads of unpublished stuff sitting in directories like ~/Projects
sena_kun Jokes aside, I get what you mean. 19:03
Xliff sena_kun: That should have been done BEFORE zef support! Manual addition of external sources!
sena_kun Alas, this exact bit of the intellij platform is LTA, we had some serious issues with just hacking up this much, hmm.
Xliff I'm surprised that this is an intellij problem. Would have thought they would have made it easy. 19:04
sena_kun Xliff, we did what we could with what we had to support majority of use cases.
Xliff But then again... I've been pretty insatistied with all things intellij.
sena_kun: Not arguing that at all.
Comma is a nice piece of work. Been a supporter since ... 2017? 19:05
sena_kun Well, it's a sort of historical issue, I guess. In the past it was very Java-specific and with time things became more and more general there, which is a good thing. But anything related to libraries still makes me shiver when I think about hacking on it, huh.
Xliff LOL! OK. Fair point. 19:06
lizmat this may have nothing to do with Cro or Cro::WebApp, but it's annoying anyway: 20:08
$ zef install Cro::WebApp
All candidates are currently installed
$ raku -Ilib -MCro::WebApp -e ''
===SORRY!=== Error while compiling -e
Could not find Cro::WebApp in:
$ raku -MCro::WebApp -e '' 20:11
===SORRY!=== Error while compiling -e
Could not find Cro::WebApp in:
zef nuke site --confirm 20:18
lizmat calls it a day 20:59