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It's always 2009-10-15 #119

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vemv opened this Issue Mar 28, 2012 · 4 comments

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vemv commented Mar 28, 2012

I switched from clojure-jack-in to the wonderful slime-connect option. The instant connection time just feels so good!

If you forgive the anal-ness, now the initial SLIME prompt always displays "2009-10-15" rather than the usual ms-stamp. Can you do something about it?

Keep up the awesome job.

Victor

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technomancy commented Mar 28, 2012

If you forgive the anal-ness, now the initial SLIME prompt always
displays "2009-10-15" rather than the usual ms-stamp.

Can you explain what you mean by this? Are you getting a prompt warning
you of a version mismatch, or is it something else?

vemv commented Mar 28, 2012

This is it:

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technomancy commented Mar 28, 2012

OK, that's coming from slime rather than swank-clojure. You can upgrade to 20100404 from Marmalade, but anything newer is not guaranteed to be supported since they've introduced incompatibilities upstream.

vemv commented Mar 28, 2012

The funny thing is that I didn't touch slime, just began to use slime-connect instead of clojure-jack-in.

for some reason I thought 20100404 was a timestamp reflecting the connection time haha.

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