Legal review in #openSUSE is a slow process (euphemism...) but sometimes you find interesting things.
Did you know that the #Qt base module ships code that can only be distributed in its original zip file (https://code.qt.io/cgit/qt/qtbase.git/tree/tests/auto/corelib/serialization/qxmlstream/XML-Test-Suite/xmlconf/xmltest/readme.html#n6 QTBUG-81503) or that #CSound releases contain code that cannot be distributed (https://github.com/csound/csound/issues/1148) ?
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@vifon lsp-mode. When I was looking for differences between them I usually found that whatever the problem with lsp-mode there were, are now resolved. Also lsp-mode has more momentum. I decided to try lsp-mode, see how it goes and if there were problems, fall back to eglot. So far I had no problems.
@vifon Dunno yet. Probably not OOM, because it would first freeze my system, trying to swap things out.
@vifon I just tried replacing rtags with lsp and clangd, but clangd is crashing on my bigger project.
@vifon I've set up lsp-mode with rust-analyzer backend.
So far so good, apart from a little hiccup, because I'm using melpa-stable: https://github.com/emacs-lsp/lsp-mode/issues/1480
@vifon I haven't tried any of those, but I think I will. I used Racer, but it disappeared from openSUSE repo, because it requires Rust nightly now.
@vifon Good thing I started my #emacs config from scratch.
I can't write any lisp code by myself, but at least I copy-pasted some good stuff https://gitlab.com/etam/dotfiles/-/blob/master/.emacs.d/init.el
@carlchenet I voted for emacs, which I use for bigger projects. But when I just need to edit a single file somewhere, then I use mcedit.
@hund @k9mail You seem to be missing a browser add-on https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/rsspreview/
it shows https://k9mail.app/feed.xml
@mntmn Oooh... Nice :)
@k9mail Nice to see you here :)