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kbsant13:01:57

hi, I found the conversation with @mattly re: signature display helpful. I think it would be great to update the GettingStarted wiki with cider-nrepl 0.19.0 and nrepl 0.5.3. however i just started using github and havent figured out how to edit wiki. should i make a pr?

kbsant13:01:32

btw, will be off to bed shortly (jp timezone), will catch up tomorrow

pez13:01:28

@kbsant It turns out default for wikis are that they are not editable by non-collaborators in the project. I've fixed that now, so that when you wake up you can update the page. 😃

nickmbailey19:01:11

any advice on why got to/peek definition isn't working with calva?

pez19:01:24

@nickmbailey , it is probably a mismatch in nrepl version. The readme has a link to a Getting Started page that discusses this a bit. (I'm not at a computer so can't easily find and paste the info.)

mattly20:01:35

do we have "find references" as well or does that require lsp support?

pez21:01:27

That's not implemented yet. If Cider has it, it is probably not too hard for us to add it.

nickmbailey21:01:50

yeah it was a mismatch there. thanks!

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michaels16:01:25

Just had that myself. facepalm

kbsant21:01:54

@pez thanks i updated the wiki . now has nrepl in it, gets the peek definition/goto/hover signature working https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/calva/wiki/Getting-Started

kbsant21:01:10

earlier @mattly mentioned cider-nrepl 0.20.0-snapshot, but since 0.19.0 (non snapshot) seems to work, i wrote that

mattly21:01:59

I don’t think Cider has it

mattly21:01:12

I spend a small chunk of time in Typescript and find I really miss that feature

mattly21:01:17

As well as the outline support

mattly21:01:29

I need to convince my employer to let me spend some time hacking on editor tools

mattly21:01:49

Especially since I’m supposed to be an internal clojure advocate

lilactown22:01:39

sounds like clj-refactor is what most people rely on these days

lilactown22:01:19

not gonna lie I usually just grep -rnw . -e "foo" to find usages of foo and it doesn't feel great 😕

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