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12:33 AM
Steffan153 deleted branch spread-the-word in Vyxal/Luminespire
 
 
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2:53 AM
Lyxal pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Remove import from vpa button for now
 
Because I think it needs a bit more thought than just read data from link
 
3:23 AM
@VyxalBot ah I completely forgot to think about how this interacts with importing from explanation
 
scala-steward opened pull request #1806 (Update scalafmt-core to 3.7.6 in version-3) in Vyxal/Vyxal
 
 
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6:05 AM
Lyxal merged pull request #1806 (Update scalafmt-core to 3.7.6 in version-3) in Vyxal/Vyxal
Lyxal pushed a commit to Vyxal/version-3: Update scalafmt-core to 3.7.6 in version-3
Lyxal pushed a commit to Vyxal/version-3: Merge pull request #1806 from scala-steward/update/version-3/scalafmt-core-3.7.6
Lyxal opened pull request #1807 (Update scalafmt-core to 3.7.6 in version-3) in Vyxal/Vyxal
Lyxal pushed a commit to Vyxal/v3-momentum-branch-2: Merge pull request #1807 from Vyxal/version-3
Lyxal merged pull request #1807 (Update scalafmt-core to 3.7.6 in version-3) in Vyxal/Vyxal
 
 
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12:07 PM
Lyxal pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Emoji first
 
 
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1:21 PM
Lyxal pushed a commit to Vyxal/v3-momentum-branch-2: Add Ċycle
 
It needs:

- A string overload
- Tests
lazy val temp: LazyList[VAny] = LazyList.from(a) #::: temp
I came up with that one myself :p
quite happy with it too
 
github-actions[bot] pushed a commit to Vyxal/v3-momentum-branch-2: Refresh element and/or trigraph docs from recent commit
 
2:00 PM
Luminespire idea: when there's a selection, clicking within the selection should add/remove from the selection
Because right now it just clears the selection
It would also show that we have more technical skill than SE chat which could very easily have a drag to select method for selecting messages to move
 
 
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10:45 PM
@lyxal Nice
LazyList.continually(a).flatten is another one
@VyxalBot Perhaps the generated output should be inside a Markdown code fence, with the Created with Luminespire outside the code fence? Would make the link nicer too
@lyxal Nice
 
@user I tried something like that but it errored or something in scastie
@user everything is open to change :p
 
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Allow grabbing any part of line to move
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Make Sortable ignore line textareas
 
@lyxal Ah f
Seems to work here but anyway, the lazy val thing you have is cooler
 
It's also necessary because otherwise it complains about a forward reference :p
 
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Use draggable instead of filter to exclude
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Remove handle option from Sortable
 
11:02 PM
Is it just me or does the site build and deploy crazy fast?
 
I mean, it builds pretty fast locally anyway
It's only compiling a single svelte file into js
 
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: argh
 
It's not like scala.js where it needs to compile an entire scala project
 
True
 
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: please work
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Let's break things again
ysthakur pushed a commit to Luminespire/main: Go back to restricted selection
 
11:21 PM
@VyxalBot @user I turned this off for a reason
Scrolling on mobile is impossible if the entire line is selectable
 

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