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so I want to make a cljsjs package for https://github.com/callemall/material-ui, but there's no single file to build externs from, unlike react-bootstrap, which has the https://github.com/react-bootstrap/react-bootstrap-bower project. when I try to build material-ui using webpack, it bakes react into the compiled JS, which is not what I want at all. any ideas?
@magnars: For Episode 01, I'm having a bit of a problem with reloaded.repl... I'm fairly sure I did everything like you did, but I'm not getting reloading on save; i.e. when I change the app handler and save the file, then reload the page, the old handler will still be executed. Is there some key combo that triggers reloading manually here?
@chipf0rk: are you calling
(reset) in the repl? I think that the figwheel autobuild watches the filesystem for changes while the server side requires a manual invocation to refresh the system
I think so, I’m working through potd myself in my copious spare time, gimme a minute to set up a clean project and I’ll let you know
also @magnars++ for creating a thing that has finally managed to make grok a reloaded + figwheel workflow
(reset) will certainly take care of things. But since your application is running in the same REPL as your CIDER session, you can push changes with
C-c C-k which evaluates the buffer.
C-c C-x will refresh all changed files. I did notice however, that I often don't even have to do that, and the changes will be immediately apparent with no intervention from me. I have no explanation for that phenomenon however.
Come to think of it - maybe clj-refactor evaluates my code when it parses the AST? That might be an explanation actually.
Guess I'm really used to Figwheel, it's so straightforward... Clojure reloadable tooling seems to lack in comparison
automatic reloading of backend code might lead to unwanted side-effects if you're not careful
(launch-the-missiles), so I guess that's one reason .
so maybe I should try to figure out why my code is being reloaded automatically at times before something bad happens 😄
but so could frontend code, by calling (create-new-missile) that talks to the API :D
I mean it's mostly dev tooling anyways, I'd like it if it worked similarly for Clojure
Not having "clients" connected through WebSockets that you can push to etc. Maybe there's stuff that works like Figwheel but I just haven't found it yet. I'm also much more of a JS than a Java guy, so I probably don't fully get it 😉
I think I've had something before but people warned of its usage in the comments. I got scared I guess
(add-hook 'before-save-hook 'cider-load-buffer t t) would enable it for a single buffer, and that could be added to
cider-mode-hook. Should probably add a check that you're in a