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Hi @mauricio.szabo, I’m using Clover (thanks for making this great extension!), but sometimes I see error messages with nrepl in it. I suspect some of my dev tooling starts an nrepl somewhere, but I’m pretty sure I’m connecting to the correct port number for the socket repl. Is there a command I can run to verify I’m using a socket repl?


Hi, @jlmr, yes, if you are running a Clojure REPL and want to check, evaluate (range 2000). It will not print the full collection


(can you give me an example of the nrepl errors you're having? I want Chlorine to work with nREPL too, so this may be an issue that I have to target 🙂 )


Thanks (range 2000) returned (0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 …) so that seems to be fine.

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Unfortunately I already cleared the repl and fixed the bug, so I’m not sure what the error was exactly. If it occurs again I’ll post it here


Thanks 🙂. The existence of an nREPL running should not be a problem (I use Chlorine with lein everyday, so everytime I have nREPL running too), but we never know :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

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