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@bozhidar: after last packages update in emacs cider (20150906.638) totally blew up. i can’t connect neither to existing repl (via cider-connect) nor start a new one (cider-jack-in). both based on boot (instead of lein). "cider-nrepl-sync-request:eval: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil”. cider-nrepl is 0.10.0-SNAPSHOT. is it something on my side only or may I start creating a ticket?
hm.. sorry, looks like a false alarm. deleting cider and reinstalling again fixed the problem. big relief
After installing cider/cider-nrepl 0.9.1 and nrepl 0.2.10 the nrepl-server buffer is no longer available after running cider-jack-in. Anyone had the same problem? I managed to open it by running list-processes and clicking on the nrepl-server buffer.
ebaxt: the server buffer is not displayed to the user (because it's usually not useful), but it is created and you can switch to it like any other buffer
When you say “Buffer List”, do you mean
C-x C-b or the
Buffers entry on the menu-bar?
It’s not there so I can’t switch to it without first running M-x list-processes and then clicking the nrepl-server buffer
Sorry, my bad. After upgrading to Emacs 24.5.1 I got a warning that I needed to move custom functions to a subfolder (not .emacs.d/). In the process I enabled a cider-setup.el file I found once but never used. It set
(nrepl-hide-special-buffers t) 😒