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2015-12-06
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borkdude09:12:43

in emacs, when you have flooded the REPL with output, it will get slow. Can I clear that somehow?

diba11:12:49

not sure of the answer to ur question, but one potentially useful feature is "(setq cider-repl-print-length 100)” to prevent accidentally printing super long collections

magnars12:12:01

@borkdude: C-c C-o clears the last output in the REPL. C-u C-c C-o clears the entire REPL history.

borkdude12:12:08

@magnars: thanks!

borkdude12:12:48

@diba: also thanks, will use both suggestions

borkdude12:12:50

@diba this setting does not seem to have any effect

malabarba13:12:57

borkdude: You can probably set some values for *print-length* and *print-level* on the clojure side. That should globally prevent huge outputs

borkdude13:12:12

@malabarba: true