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mikepjb12:11:15

I am running boot repl -s -p 9999 to try and start a nrepl server in the background, a single line is output nREPL server started on port 9999 on host 127.0.0.1 - however when using ps ex | grep repl I can’t find it and can’t connect with boot repl -c -p 9999

mikepjb12:11:07

it looks like the repl isn’t starting at all but it’s not clear where the process is failing - is there a way to get verbose feedback with boot?

micha13:11:14

@mikepjb boot repl -p 9999 -s wait

micha13:11:14

the wait task blocks the pipeline, keeps boot from exiting

micha13:11:27

normally tasks do not block the pipeline, so you can use them with for example the watch task

mikepjb13:11:31

perfect! thanks @micha

looveh14:11:50

Is anybody here using speclj along with boot for ClojureScript tests?

micha16:11:33

@mikepjb i forgot to say, you can get verbose output frrom boot if you do boot -vv ...

mikepjb16:11:03

thanks for the extra tip @micha 🙂