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2018-11-09
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pyr13:11:33

Hi fellow ciderians

pyr13:11:00

Is there anything specific needed to enable joker inline linting in cider?

pyr13:11:18

I'm on 0.18.0 and haven't found yet how to set it up

pyr13:11:45

(apropos "joker")

pyr13:11:06

ah nevermind

pyr13:11:07

πŸ˜•

pyr13:11:30

(messed up my initialization and had no require 'flycheck-joker, sorry for the noise)

achikin13:11:49

We love Clojure for stability among the other things. Cider more and more becomes a counterexample of a good clojure infrastructure member. It breaks on every update. Boom and (setq cider-default-cljs-repl "figwheel") does not work any more. Boom and cider-jack-in-clojurescript is not jacking in clj&cljs any more. Every time.

achikin13:11:55

Every time I update Spacemacs packages - everything works fine exept cider.

manuel15:11:41

a bit harsh, probably. True, it has been more unstable than usual lately, but filing bug reports never hurt anyone. πŸ™‚

dpsutton15:11:02

its exacerbated since there's not a great way to downgrade in emacs packages.

emoarmy15:11:14

One could always pull down cider from melpa-stable (https://stable.melpa.org/#/) if they require a more stable experience from CIDER?

achikin20:11:58

Not if you are on Spacemacs at the moment 😞 Spacemacs always pulls the latest.

emoarmy20:11:47

Yeah, I hear your frustration 😞

dpsutton15:11:30

not after a release though. after 18 is released that is melpa stable

dpsutton15:11:38

so no way to go back to 17 that i know of without cloning

emoarmy15:11:41

Ahh yeah, thats true, if someone wants version locking the only project that I can think of that handles that is: https://github.com/raxod502/straight.el

dpsutton15:11:59

a coworker of mine was on 15 and was terrified to upgrade because he couldn't easily go back to a known working state

dpsutton15:11:33

and that was with me in the room who is relatively comfortable with the codebase etc

dannyfreeman16:11:33

Just so you know, you can use (setq cider-default-cljs-repl 'figwheel) now instead. If you don’t set cider-default-cljs-repl it will prompt you for one when using cider-jack-in-cljs. You can also see which ones are available by inspecting the variable cider-cljs-repl-types, which shows that the built repl types are all symbols, not strings.