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Probably not, I've had a lot of concurrent projects lately. The switching cost is definitely me forgetting tasks.
That rings more of a bell, yeah. I've done a little poking around, and I am convinced that the strategy would be to update cider/nrepl to use a DynamicClassLoader. This would fix add-lib from tools.deps also
hm interesting. would this be part of the nrepl server work currently ongoing in cider-nrepl/orchard land?
Doing it from refactor-nrepl would be nice, but because of nrepl spawning threads, I don't think it's realistic. But I could be wrong, I haven't poked at the implementation aspect too much.
@myguidingstar There’s some hook triggered on connect, but I don’t remember the name exactly. Should be somewhere in the manual I guess. (e.g.
cider-connected-hook or whatever).
there was a bit of confusion on my part really here. i call libspec what goes into the
:require part of an ns form
I meant stuff moving into orchard, the new nrepl things but i surely should shut up about things i did not propelry followed ;)
I’ll be pretty low on time for the next couple of weeks, so I’m counting on someone else to update the lein plugin to work with the new nREPL (@richiardiandrea is already working on the boot side of things). So many things to do, so little time.
Btw, the native elisp Clojure parser just got its first release today - this opens some new exciting opportunities.
There’s also a nice native edn reader to go with it, so I think
parseedn should eventually replace
edn.el that you use.