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2018-09-29
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dottedmag06:09:44

Is there a hotkey to jump between a ns and it's test ns (using the same matching algorithm cider-test-run-ns-tests uses)?

vemv07:09:56

Said algo is cider-test-default-test-ns-fn, doesn't seem particularly smart. projectile-toggle-between-implementation-and-test seems to do what you're seeking

dottedmag08:09:38

That's the one. Thanks.

dottedmag06:09:32

Is there a way to make test summaries provide more useful diffs for strings (especially multiline ones? is this view implemented in CIDER or is it an output from some tool?

bmabey15:09:11

Is there a way to evaluate a form using pprint/print-table?

blak3mill3r19:09:38

I am looking for a way to make the latest CIDER mimic the behavior of the older releases in which eval is performed in the cider-default-connection, and I'm a little stuck in the weeds of sesman ... can anyone suggest a way to do that? I tried (car (cider-connections)) but this also seems also to be different in different buffers.

blak3mill3r19:09:54

aha, I figured it out ... answering my own Q: https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/issues/2464

benzap23:09:09

So i'm wondering, what's the deal with cemerick.piggieback versus cider.piggieback

benzap23:09:09

From what I can tell, everything is supposed to move over to cider.piggieback, but i'm still seeing cemerick.piggieback being used. In particular, I did a cider-jack-in-cljs with 'figwheel' clojurescript repl type and it's warning about not being able to see cemerick.piggieback WARNING: unable to load "cemerick.piggieback/wrap-cljs-repl" middleware This is with: CIDER 0.18.1snapshot (package: 20180929.818)