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2018-07-23
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bozhidar06:07:14

> The doc you link has a “Using the Figwheel REPL (Leiningen-only)” section, but apparently nothing on figwheel-main. Yet when I try and launch / connect to a cljs REPL in 0.18.0-snapshot, figwheel-main is one of the REPL types offered. Is that supported? The docs were written before figwheel-main was a thing. I guess we should update them.

bozhidar06:07:28

> ha, it seems it expects a keyword (i.e., :dev works)

bozhidar06:07:07

We should make this more flexible - probably accepting both dev and :dev would make it easier for users.

bozhidar09:07:45

Btw, I’ve added a section on figwheel-main to the manual.

manuel09:07:40

thanks @bozhidar, I'll give figwheel-main a try asap.

euccastro15:07:44

@bozhidar re: http://cider.readthedocs.io/en/latest/clojurescript/#using-figwheel-main, in my case step 2 (opening a browser) wasn't necessary; it was opened automatically. one missing step is providing your build name (and the caveat that it has to be a symbol, i.e., preceded by a colon, would be nice to add until that's fixed)

euccastro15:07:13

I guess people will figure it out anyway, but well 🙂

bozhidar15:07:21

I’ve added a hint for this together with the doc updates. (e.g. :dev)

j0ni15:07:14

hey @bozhidar I noticed that C-c C-p (new projectile binding) conflicts with cider - is that down to something else in my ridiculously large configuration, or is it to be fixed, or...?

j0ni15:07:00

ah splendid, thanks!

bozhidar15:07:01

Unfortunately CIDER’s keymap grew epic with time.

j0ni15:07:28

indeed 🙂 but it merely tracks CIDER's epicness

bozhidar15:07:11

At any rate - I’ll have to spend some quality time with the keymaps to clean them up and make them more consistent. That was a small step in that direction.

j0ni15:07:44

gah, 2 hours for a melpa build - how far has my impatience evolved since waiting 2 weeks for that slackware walnut creek cd to show up in 1995 :shrug:

j0ni15:07:46

btw @bozhidar thank you for your work on cider, particularly the recent connection management bits ❤️

bozhidar15:07:59

You’re welcome!

bozhidar15:07:24

The last few months were a really wild ride, but we’re close to a big breakthrough. 🙂