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Happy New Year, everyone! May your forms always eval, your CIDER upgrades never fail and your
cider-jack-in never explode! Code long and prosper!
In other news - https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/releases/tag/v0.19.0
The highlights are: * lots of improvements to the new connection management system * some fixes for the changes to the error messages in Clojure 1.10 That’s going to be the final CIDER release that will work with the legacy tools.nrepl, so if you’re a boot or lein user you should definitely upgrade to their latest versions which target the modern nREPL. Cheers!
Thank you Bozhidar and contributors! May your 2019 contain a lot of happiness and success! 🌈 🎉
Hello, I've been trying to figure out how to make errors behave better. Error buffers seem to appear in various windows, sometimes changing their size... which is really annoying.
Is there a way to force cider to use the current window for errors, or a specific window?
(add-to-list 'same-window-buffer-name cider-error-buffer) should do the trick.
The default behavior comes from Emacs itself - it tries to be smart about the optimal window in which to display a buffer based on your current window arrangement.
@bozhidar are there any other potential solution for taming where the error buffer ends up? My google-fu has failed me
I’ve used Emacs for so long that the default behaviour actually makes sense to me. 😄
Well, currently I'm writing documentation for 2 repos and have 2 repls open...
You can check out the code in
cider-popup.el. I guess
cider-popup-buffer-display can be changed in a way where it’s more rigid about where the popups appear.
it seems that turning off cider-show-error-buffer and using cider-selector works... cider-selector opens cider-error in the current window
Yeah, probably you’re right. More details here https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/Choosing-Window.html
And some practical examples here https://swsnr.de/blog/2015/04/29/configure-buffer-display/