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2016-10-10
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dpsutton03:10:30

am i crazy or am i missing the cider messages buffer with all of the traffic between nrepl and cider?

dpsutton03:10:52

if anyone is interested, its now a toggle-able feature

bozhidar05:10:21

yeah, it was recently disabled by default as some people were reporting that logging was slowing down CIDER for them

bozhidar05:10:27

as for the previous conversation - it might be good to add a section “Hacking on CIDER” or something like this to the manual

codemartin14:10:56

CIDER already highlights calls to functions marked as ^:deprecated which is very nice. I wonder how to make it mark any arbitrary metadata? In my case, we have a lot of functions marked with ^:io and it would be great to have them be highlighted in CIDER.

jcsims15:10:36

@bozhidar I added a placeholder issue about adding hacking to the cider docs: https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/issues/1862

bozhidar15:10:55

@codemartin It’s doable, but might require some changes to the code, to be extensible

bozhidar15:10:12

not sure if we didn’t hardcore the supported metadata in the middleware or something like this

bozhidar15:10:19

it’d be best to file a ticket for this

bozhidar15:10:35

@jcsims thanks 🙂

codemartin15:10:16

@bozhidar That might just be my first code contribution to CIDER. Thanks!