Configured NeoVim to work with my material for SICP. I have installed
allows Neovim recognize
.rkt files, which in turn allows them to be
Conjure. After doing this I also went through the built-in
:ConjureSchool and also worked on making a cheatsheet of all of the
commands that are used by
Conjure. Switching to a more integrated nvim
experience has left we with lots to learn, but while it initially seemed
very overwhelming, a lot of it already seems fast and very natural. The
learning curve initially seems much steeper than VS Code, but it really
lets me keep all of the things that I liked about vim, but with a much
more polished environment.
Worked on problems 1.16 and 1.17 from SICP. The conversion from a recursive process to an interative one is supprisingly challenging at times. I think that there probably exists a more general, abstract procedure avaliable that would describe that problem encompassed by these two problems.
Python Modules and Packages: An Introduction from Real Python through part 8: Python Packages.
Worked on getting snippets setup and working with
‘neovim/completetion’. At this point I am running
whether on not that continues to be the case depends on how well I can
get it setup with built-in LSP.
Finish the module course from Real Python
Exercises from Discrete Math.
Finish setting up snippets, including ones for commonly referenced books.
Exercises from *Introduction to Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics”.