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I encountering a problem with
I am using :
GNU Emacs 26.1
Spacemacs Release 0.200.13.x
and when I
cider-eval-last-sexp-and-replace the sexp is executed twice (the sexp has some side effects which are amqp operations using
langohr concerning with connecting to a local rabbitmq docker instance).
Is it a bug with cider (If it is, then I assume it must have been issued by now but could not find anything on its github) or it may be due to some configuration problem ?
@ghopper Likely a regression from some recent changes. Please, file a ticket for this.
@ho0man First time I hear of such problem. You can check exactly what’s being evaluated in the
*nrepl-messages ...* buffer (provided you’ve enabled it). Feel free to file a ticket for this.
If I recall
eval-and-replace does the same eval as everything else. Don’t have time to check this now, though.
lein nrepl and connected from latest Cider which complains:
The other problem is when I stop nrepl from terminal (cygwin) with ctrl-c, nrepl exits to terminal but java process is left. This is not happen with
WARNING: CIDER's version (0.18.0-snapshot) does not match cider-nrepl's version (nil). Things will break! More information. WARNING: clj-refactor and refactor-nrepl are out of sync. Their versions are 2.4.0-SNAPSHOT (package: 20180708.57) and n/a, respectively. You can mute this warning by changing cljr-suppress-middleware-warnings.
another issue I have, when connecting with
cider-connect-clj there is no default
localhost was available in the past
another issue: when I create new clj file (beeing connected to nrepl 0.2.12) sometimes I get
namespace not found message.
c-c c-k works fine, but
c-x e not. I have to close file and load again to get things working. I can't find conditions to reproduce this, but I get this bug quite often.
and last one: how to force cider to reuse repl buffer when I reconnect? Currently
cider-connect-clj creates new one, previously I was getting a question if I wanted reuse or not.