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josip.gracin07:09:25

@bozhidar thanks for all the great work! 🙂

myguidingstar11:09:16

thanks for your great job @bozhidar btw, i'm curious about the release codename (Saigon) 😄

neural.works.com13:09:12

@bozhidar i have no clue where it is!!! the messages did not help!

bozhidar13:09:14

@myguidingstar I name CIDER releases after places I like. I had a great trip to Saigon/HCMC around the time I’ve started work on 0.18. At the time I didn’t envision it to be a big release, otherwise it would have been named “Seville”, “Granada”, “Cordoba”, “San Diego”, “San Francisco” or something along those lines. 😄

bozhidar13:09:38

@neural.works.com Please, file a ticket about your problem. It’s going to be easier to keep track of it.

kommen17:09:39

@bozhidar let me chime in here: also a big thanks for your work on cider (and all the other clj tooling) while it wasn’t one of the reasons for me to switch to emacs initially, it definitely is now one of the main reasons why I can’t imagine using another editor

bozhidar17:09:58

:man-bowing:

gfredericks19:09:36

is there documentation somewhere for what exactly you need to start to make a process cider-connectable w/o leiningen?

gfredericks19:09:59

I assume it's nrepl with a middleware

gfredericks19:09:13

I could try to infer it from the message cider prints with cider-jack-in

gfredericks19:09:16

if that's easiest

bozhidar20:09:46

@gfredericks You just need to start an nREPL server. CIDER will work to a limited extent even without cider-nrepl, but ideally you should include it.

bozhidar20:09:19

Not sure how exactly do you want to start the server though, as there are many ways to do so.

gfredericks20:09:11

sure; I can figure it out, that's good enough. thanks

vigilancetech21:09:02

Were you asking me @pauld?

pauld21:09:12

Yeah, I just wanted to make sure your repl was connected to the browser.

pauld21:09:16

Every time you refresh the browser page, you should see a message in your cider repl buffer that says that it is disconnecting then connecting.

pauld21:09:41

@vigilancetech

vigilancetech21:09:46

no, I don't recall seeing that (upgrading to 0.18 now)

vigilancetech21:09:19

I mean, I can do stuff in there and it works (like looking at values, popping up an alert, etc...)

vigilancetech21:09:49

The only thing I can't do is print anything so if I want to look at values I have to pop an alert which is kind of a PITA

pauld21:09:52

Then likely you have an issue with compilation or creating the nrepl server and getting a connection

pauld21:09:04

oh ok - so it isn't that

vigilancetech21:09:09

it seems that when I've tried to print things, I get a bump on the counter on the JS browser console saying "hidden" but I can't figure out how to unhide those

pauld21:09:15

Have you tried a different browser (chrome / firefox)?

vigilancetech21:09:37

but my preference would be to have the prints come back to the emacs cider buffer like a semi-normal repl

vigilancetech21:09:48

yes, but they are broken in other ways for the software I'm trying to develop

pauld21:09:28

Normal eval's (without print) should show up in the repl.

vigilancetech21:09:34

opera is supposed to be very similar to chromium IIRC

pauld21:09:44

try evaling '3'

vigilancetech21:09:49

yes, they show up fine

vigilancetech21:09:00

anything returned from the function shows up fine

pauld21:09:05

I think I read somewhere that printing is always set to got to the console now - but I imagine you can reset it somehow. Sorry if I can't be much help.

vigilancetech21:09:25

its okay. Thank's for responding.

pauld21:09:54

good luck!

vigilancetech21:09:27

yeah, thx. Thinking about going over to inf-clojure for a while 😕