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for some reason, Cask pulls the emacs 0.10.0-snapshot version and I'd like to stick to 0.9.1 to avoid potential asymetry
@tsdh: did you remove a message or something? I got a notification from you but I can’t see the message
@malabarba is working on this, but unfortunately neither him nor me are well versed in cljs
we’ll likely start a ticket about this and solicit help from more knowledgeable cljs hackers
Ok, the reason I'm both puzzled and amazed is because I never even got a ClojureScript REPL working. Not once. No amount of trying piggieback/weasel or figwheel etc got me a working REPL.
The ClojureScript REPL is like a unicorn to me, and a ClojureScript debugger within Cider is, well, beyond magic
Well, I wrote an app in ClojureScript and use it everyday, but I am most definitely not an expert.
I’ve started a cljs repl a few times in cider, so I know this works, but beyond this I’ve yet to do something meaningful with cljs
Yes. I got a cljs repl working on the first try at work, but when I tried it at home it took a lot of exception Googling
I just imagined working on my project (clj+cljs) with Cider automatically knowing that if I C-x C-e a form in a .cljs file it should go to the ClojureScript repl connection and in a Clojure file to the JVM repl connection… Wow. I'm holding my breath.
anyway it's been productive for me to launch a repl wherever and boot up another emacs specifically for cljs
@gtrak: I'm not sure I understand you — I want a single emacs process for two reasons. First, because a single Emacs is divinely ordained, as we all surely know. Second, because my app is conceptually a single app, with one part of it in Clojure and another in ClojureScript, so switching between buffers is natural.
meh, I use a tiling window manager, i3, so a single emacs frame feels all the more unnatural
and you'd want to be able to specify which repl each buffer writes to in the case that there's more than just a cljs and clj repl
I did some work on it recently to update dependencies and more work is forthcoming but right now it uses the latest of everything - nrepl, piggieback, weasel - and everyone that has had an issue in the past is reporting success
Well I'm certainly not going to stop running my Emacs full screen (you heretics!). Anyway, thanks for the great work — I will be waiting for the ClojureScript stuff.