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2019-02-12
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manuel14:02:06

There's a cider update that should take care of nREPL 0.6.0 available on MELPA.

ballpark19:02:58

newbie question: why did my project pull the latest nREPL 0.6.0 on lein run and then fail?

ballpark19:02:34

I'm guessing it's related to what you mentioned @manuel

dpsutton20:02:29

because that is most likely dictated by your version of lein which i'm guessing is 2.9.0?

ballpark20:02:41

yes. Do you recommend downgrading?

dpsutton20:02:10

i'm just explaining your symptoms. i think you have two choices: upgrade cider to the patch that landed this morning or yesterday or downgrade lein to 2.8.3.. The problem is that nrepl 0.6.0 requires cider-nrepl 0.21 (possibly snapshot?) so you need either lein 2.8.3 / CIDER 0.20.0 or lein 2.9.0 / CIDER 0.21

j0ni21:02:58

heya, do cider (or clojure mode I guess) do anything with eldoc which might result in flickering occuring just prior to eldoc displaying docs in the minibuffer?

j0ni22:02:05

huh, interesting that the flicker goes away if I put the minibuffer in a separate frame

j0ni23:02:11

Welp, if someone has an idea about how to debug this, I'd appreciate the input. The flicker occurs just prior to eldoc displaying a new thing. It only happens in clojure-mode with cider running a repl. Reading the cider-eldoc.el sources didn't immediately yield even a guess.

j0ni15:02:18

For completeness, I tracked this down to a hook I had installed, though I am not sure why it was being triggered. I'm happy with it not installed though, so ¯\(ツ)