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tianshu00:05:46

also works on openjdk-11

bozhidar06:05:16

@doglooksgood Do you have tools.jar in your JDK 8?

bozhidar06:05:03

Also, please take a look at https://github.com/clojure-emacs/orchard/issues/50, as we’re trying to gather more info about this.

tianshu09:05:20

@bozhidar I have tools.jar in my openjdk 8

bozhidar09:05:39

@doglooksgood And is this file present there? It’s supposed to be part of tools.jar. Perhaps tools.jar is not on the classpath or something?

tianshu09:05:40

I run clojure -Rcider -Spath, it is not in the classpath. not sure if it is the correct way to check.

enn18:05:33

Is there something special required to get autocompletion to work for Javascript libraries in a shadow-cljs REPL?

enn18:05:25

I get no matches for js/<M-tab>, for example

Diego18:05:20

Hey folk, what are the best ways to print and explore complex data structures on cider?

dominicm19:05:18

Cider-inspect

Nick20:05:21

any way to find out why my cider repl seems to have 8 full blank lines in between every line of output, and shifts the beginning of every line three quarters of the width of emacs? clear-output sadly does not restore my repl.

Nick20:05:43

ah, clear did

dadair21:05:47

Is there a way to change the formatter alignment of a macro I don’t define? e.g., by default the body of prop/for-all aligns with the binding vector, while I’d like the whole form to align more like a standard let form

gfredericks21:05:26

I have this in my emacs cfg, I assume it's still doing what it looks like but I can't keep track anymore

(dolist (macro '(fresh conde run run* for-all for-map go go-loop
                 for> doseq> fn> defn> defprotocol> gen-for fnk
                 macrolet bg letfn> domonad checking))
  (put-clojure-indent macro 'defun))

dadair21:05:49

awesome thanks I’ll give that a try!