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I’m trying to get cider-jack-in to work with a ring app… cider-jack-in works but the ring app isn’t started.
Erg, even worse. I just updated cider in spacemacs and now I get
Could not find artifact cider:cider-nrepl:jar:0.15.0-SNAPSHOT in clojars (
@mnewhook For the second issue, seems like that version of cider-nrepl is not up on clojars yet.
@ag never had time to properly investigate this, but it’s definitely something to do with how tools like lein and boot bind the stdout when they start
as @arrdem said we tried to implement some logic to forward all the console process’s output to the repl using middleware, but I’m not sure whether this works or not
I have very little time for CIDER and can’t really get into more complex issues properly
is there a good way to start a repl (using cider-jack-in or cider-jack-in-clojurescript) and then execute some clojure code from emacs lisp ?
you can set the var
cider-refresh-before-fn. This function is called when the repl is refreshed
Also, its possible that what you want is to launch your clojurescript apparatus after jacking in. This should happen for you
I'm trying to debug a
cljr-clean-ns call that hangs emacs for me. I've gotten as far as I can in Emacs (I think), as it's called
nrepl-sync-request with the clean-ns op. What's the best way to start debugging this in refactor-nrepl?
I am trying to debug a project using clojurescript as a dependency. I am getting unexpected behavior when I try to step into sub-dependencies. For example, I am in
cljs.closure/compile-file, which calls
cljs.compiler/compile-file within it. I have tried using
C-u C-M-x to mark both functions, but when I try to use the
i command, it does not go into
cljs.compiler/compile-file. Any advice?
@ag if you can post repro instructions forget minimal ones on the cider-nrepl bug tracker I can try to dig into it. I suspect this is gonna be an issue with
*out* binding and the fact that we can't/don't set a root binding for dynamic vars most of the time.
@arrdem should I expand into this one? https://github.com/adzerk-oss/boot-cljs/issues/138
@ag right sorry forgot about that one. If there's other detail you can provide about the specific task you're running that would help.
@bozhidar when you get a sec, can I get assign access in cider-nrepl so I can mark #381 as mine?
Sure. I think it's a super simple problem to explain, not sure there's a fix tho. Will update the CIDER ticket.
Anyone got any thoughts on: https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/cider/p1476405752000410
what do most people do? Run
lein ring server and then
cider-connect? Run the ring app manually from the repl?