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2018-10-17
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jrychter02:10:10

You mean I should not be on melpa-stable? Hmm. I always thought this is the way to go if you care mostly about getting things done…

manuel05:10:47

I care too, but I don't seem to have that many problems tracking MELPA.

lmergen07:10:26

i think emacs usually picks the latest version of cider possible -- i pin cider to melpa-stable by doing this:

(use-package cider
  :pin melpa-stable
   ....)
this has improved the stability of cider for me a lot

lmergen07:10:49

maybe i'm using cider differently from everyone else, though, but the past months i feel like cider has been moving forward a lot, and other packages are not necessarily keeping up with that speed

bozhidar09:10:00

We’ve had a massive push in the past 3-4 months and the master wasn’t always stable.

bozhidar09:10:33

As the manual says - “unless you’re the adventurous type it’s best to stick to melpa-stable”. 🙂

edwardk10:10:30

I'm not sure what I was doing wrong but I just now had problems with melpa-stable and sesman, all good on master though!

bozhidar12:10:18

@edwardk There were many improvements that happened for sesman on master. I hope we’ll cut a new stable release which includes them relatively soon.

danie21:10:57

I'm doing a cider-connect to a clojure -Acider-clj Loading a buffer with C-c C-k gives me this:

Exception in thread "nREPL-worker-0" java.lang.ClassCastException: nrepl.middleware.pr_values$pr_values$fn$reify__11007 cannot be cast to clojure.tools.nrepl.transport.Transport
Can anyone help me get to the bottom of this? (this is 0.18)