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I forgot to try "restart VS code":face_palm:. Everything is back to normal now.
I don’t remember if we allow an object for the
connectCode in the custom sequences. It could be that it only is the built-in ones that can…
Yes, I tried to copy-paste the default one and start changing it from there, but it was saying that only string is allowed.
But at the end of the day, the problem was with VS Code and default shadow-cljs sequence works just fine
New Calva version just released,
• Update cider-nrepl to https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider-nrepl/releases/tag/v0.26.0
Currently, when I need to find functions argument, I hit
cmd+k cmd+i on that function name. But when I start typing
(some-function first-argument …) in order to check what second argument should, I need to get back with cursor over
some-function. Is there a way to constantly display that tooltip for first item in list?
Not sure if you can do that, but maybe peek can help you? If you put cursor on function and hit Alt+F12 (not sure what it is on Mac) You will get a peek window of the function that stays up as you type. e.g. ?
You can Trigger Parameter Hints (`cmd/ctrl+shift+space`). Calva has a setting for showing the doc string in that hover as well.