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What does Cider think of new error messages coming to Cursive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt4haSH2xcs. Does it have any plans to do a similar thing?
> A few people have asked about this so I put it up here, but it's in an as-is where-is state. Allegedly something like this may be in Clojure 1.9 so I won't update this until there's some indication of what that will look like.
I’ve got a ton of work on my plate, so I’ll definitely not be working on anything like this in the foreseeable future
I'm having a hard time getting cider-jack-in to fire up. i've been looking online all day and night with no luck. I'm getting: error in process filter: nREPL: Direct connection faile
@arrdem: nREPL server started on port 62140 on host 127.0.0.1 - <nrepl://127.0.0.1:62140>
@arrdem: ok i did cider-connect then pluggen in the host. is the repl supposed to pop up now?
@arrdem: Yep did just now. Here' what's I'm getting now: nrepl--ssh-tunnel-connect: nREPL: SSH port forwarding failed. Check the 'nrepl-tunnel' buffer.
@arrdem: for some reason it's entering the port number twice: nREPL: Establishing direct connection to <nrepl://127.0.0.1:62140:62140> ... nREPL: Direct connection failed
Fair warning, if that doesn't work pretty much all I can suggest is blowing away all your .elc files, restarting emacs and trying again 😕
@arrdem: ok thank you for all your help. yes it' the same thing. i'm not sure whats going on. i'm goign to try to clean up emacs and try again. thanx again
@arrdem: Yessir! I restarted emacs and it cleared the buffer. So I restarted cider-jack-in, checked the new port number in the buffer, typed in host:ret then port:ret and it worked :0
Yea i know. but for some reason it keeps failing. I'll have to look into it deeper. I've only been using emacs the last 72 hours, so quite a long ways to go lol
It's possible that CIDER initially times out trying to connect to the nrepl instance...