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2019-02-28
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Piotr07:02:14

Guys just curious, when working with emacs (cider-jack-in) how do you reload the file without restarting the whole nrepl?

Piotr08:02:27

@mccraigmccraig fantastic this is exactly what I was looking for, thanks!

piotr.owsiak21:02:23

hi guys I have a problem with cider-jack-in it freezes, it worked until very recently

piotr.owsiak21:02:37

the buffer for the repl contains this error:

piotr.owsiak21:02:24

I suspect this might be related to recent packages update on my Ubuntu 16 but I'm not sure

piotr.owsiak21:02:34

can anyone help me solve this issue please?

piotr.owsiak22:02:29

ok, nevermind, I tried a few things and seems that deleting my .emacs.d/elpa helped

justinbarclay22:02:28

thats great, just out of curiosity did your version of Emacs change at all?

piotr.owsiak22:02:52

no, I'm on 26.1 from some AppImage I found somewhere on the net

piotr.owsiak22:02:23

recently started learning Clojure with the "Brave" book and it worked and sudden stopped 😕

justinbarclay22:02:37

Ok, then thats a little strange for me then, if your version of Emacs changes i know that you need to recompile the packages from elpa

piotr.owsiak22:02:24

this error "#:clojure.error{:phase :compile-syntax-check, :line 73, :column 3, :source "cider/nrepl/middleware/pprint.clj", :symbol var}" made me think that maybe some file is broken

piotr.owsiak22:02:31

I hope my disk is not dying

cichli22:02:12

I think the problem was you were using an older version of CIDER incompatible with the version of Leiningen you have installed. After removing the elpa directory you then redownloaded the newest version

piotr.owsiak22:02:19

btw. what is the recommended version of Java to run Clojure?