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I’m having trouble wrapping my head around how I can get CIDER to connect to two different nREPL servers at the same time, within the same project. I am running my nREPL servers outside of CIDER: One is a plain Clojure server, the other is shadow-cljs. I can connect to either one of them and the correct thing happens, but when I try to connect at both, suddenly things start to fall apart. I’ve read the http://www.cider.mx/en/latest/managing_connections/ many times and I still can’t figure out how to do it. Any pointers welcome 🙂
As I understand it, I need to have two different “sessions”, since my sessions won’t share the same nREPL server.
So I need to do both
cider-connect-cljs. I do that, and sesman does report the two sessions running independently.
I tried to link a session with a buffer, and i see the link in sesman, but still I can’t get the expected results — evaluating to my CLJS buffer seems to hang or do something weird.
Using the shadow-cljs graphical REPL (in the build server webpage) produces the expected results so the nREPL connection is working. Apparently not an indicator, the build-browser repl is not using nREPL.
I tried to follow the instructions on the manual but it seems the commands indicated there are named something different in CIDER 0.18 — I’d file a PR to change them but perhaps best to first figure this out 🙂
as you see, my tests are wrapped in a
let, which gets debugged as normal: I can hit
c to move through the forms until it gets to the
then the debugger quits, and
my-test is highlighted in red, ready to be debugged when run. When I run it with
, t t it doesn't debug, it passes as normal
Newbie here. I'm getting an error when trying to run coder-jack-in. I'm able to start the repl manually via lein and cider-connect to it. the error is Error loading refactor-nrepl.middleware
I'm using emacs-live to setup everything
A couple things I tried, I deleted my profile file.
I tried the following specifying the following plugins cider/cider-nrepl "0.12.0", refactor-nrepl "2.2.0"
no, i'm used the emacs-live overtone setup for clojure
Would you recommend using the "clojure for the brave and true" setup ? or is there another one?
i wrote a bit about it here: https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/issues/2535
ok ty, i'll take a look and see if that gets me going in the right direction.
for sure 🙂 sorry it can be so complicated. i would recommend dropping refactor stuff until you have a known working repl and then add it in
trying to figure out now why cider version is 0.14.
I don't see any thing specifying that version.
after upgrading to leiningen 2.8.3 I'm seeing this trying to start a repl:
Warning: implicit middleware found: refactor-nrepl.plugin/middleware \nPlease declare all middleware in :middleware as implicit loading is deprecated.\
the repl doesn't start, this is caught by the emacs debugger which I have switched on for errors
@tristram I also have issues to debug tests when run via cider utilities.
(clojure.test/run-tests ) works.
See here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53870654/use-cider-debugging-inside-a-deftest/53873709#53873709