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bozhidar10:08:33

@richiardiandrea Not yet. I can do this later today.

otfrom12:08:36

ok, M-x cider-inspect-last-result has completely changed my RDD workflow. I tend to prototype things in a buffer now and C-x C-e them so that I never blow up my repl with a line that is too long. I then use the inspector to step through what I've made if I want to eyeball the results. thx @bozhidar!

otfrom12:08:09

and now I'm using the debugger too. Thx again!

bozhidar14:08:35

Happy to hear this, @otfrom! cider

otfrom14:08:01

not as happy I was to use them 🙂

dottedmag22:08:50

@bozhidar I see in current master the following issue: opening a .cljc file produces an error thrown. I have traced it down to (sesman-current-session 'CIDER) returning a #<killed buffer>.

dottedmag22:08:37

For .clj and .cljs this buffer is not a problem as it gets filtered out in cider-repls, but for .cljc it gets returned and cider-current-repl chokes on it.

dottedmag22:08:23

@bozhidar I have a fix, but it does not pass checkdoc due to some reason. Please have a look at #2416

richiardiandrea23:08:04

@dottedmag you need to have TYPE before BUFFER in the docstring ....`checkdoc` is super picky ... https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/pull/2416/files#diff-1d74a90af3008c8072afc63f23ae8392R662

dottedmag23:08:29

My checkdoc also complains about matches and insists it should be replace with match.

richiardiandrea23:08:59

it wants imperative language

richiardiandrea23:08:31

for the first sentence

richiardiandrea23:08:07

always forget that 😉