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fedreg06:03:12

Checked in #spacemacs earlier but maybe someone in here has seen this before... thx! https://clojurians.slack.com/archives/C09C8GRLY/p1522099354000192

manuel07:03:06

FWIW, I've never seen this happening on my setup (Emacs with custom configuration, no Spacemacs involved).

fedreg07:03:18

ya, I'm the only spacemacs user in my office and none of the other vanilla emacs users get this... No luck on #spacemacs though so thought I'd try here. thx

mikeyjcat10:03:26

Hi. Has anyone used midje with cider-test?

dominicm10:03:58

I think cider-test only supports clojure.test

jumar11:03:24

Yes, I think that's basically it. E.g. expectations have special defexpect construct for interop with clojure.test: https://clojure-expectations.github.io/clojure-test.html

bozhidar12:03:14

If someone implements the clojure.test integration for midje it will work with CIDER.

mikeyjcat12:03:35

Thanks, that seems to be what I’ve found as well

bozhidar13:03:08

Back in the day I’ve considered supporting natively different test frameworks in CIDER, but this felt like a lot of pain, so it seemed reasonable to just agree on a common protocol test frameworks need to implement themselves, so tools authors wouldn’t have to do a ton of work for each of them.

bozhidar13:03:01

@arrdem Feedback away!

arrdem14:03:52

@bozhidar thanks!

seancorfield17:03:50

@jumar Yup, my main motivation for adding the expectations.clojure.test namespace and defexpect was so Expectations could be used with standard tooling like CIDER and ProtoREPL and Cursive. /cc @mikeyjcat

seancorfield17:03:16

(I really need to get back on the documentation overhaul so I can release a non-alpha of Expectations)

mitchelkuijpers19:03:24

Just tried out the shadow-cljs support works like a charm @bozhidar !