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2019-11-30
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bherrmann02:11:56

Does anyone else have the issue that using "cider-repl-output-clear" doesnt clear the cider-repl buffer of output? (Emacs 26.3 , CIDER 0.22.0snapshot (package: <tel:201904191025|20190419.1025>), nREPL 0.6.0, Clojure 1.10.1, Java 11.0.5-ea)

dpsutton03:11:28

Anything in particular it’s not clearing? That’s an older CIDER if I’m not mistaken

dpsutton03:11:28

Anything in particular it’s not clearing? That’s an older CIDER if I’m not mistaken

bherrmann14:12:47

Thanks, I bumped to the latest CIDER. I think when I use the cider repl interactively and then use it to eval from source code - cider seems to get confused abut the contents of the "cider-repl" buffer. And when I invoke the cider-repl-clear-buffer - it only clears part of the buffer...

dpsutton14:12:10

what do you mean by "use it to eval from source code"

bherrmann14:12:47

C-c C-c cider-eval-defn-at-point

bherrmann14:12:28

So sometimes I eval things from source code, but once in a while I pop over to the cider-repl and type something directly. I guess I can just not do that.

bherrmann14:12:49

That screenshot was supposed to be in this thread fyi.

bherrmann14:12:00

oh by the way, thanks for your rely. I appreciate it.

bherrmann14:12:48

I will try to only eval source code, and not enter code directly in to the "cider-repl" buffer .... and see how far that gets me.

dpsutton14:12:18

that shouldn't be the problem. i do that constantly as well

robert-stuttaford08:11:00

is there a way to print strings in the *cider-result* buffer such that carriage returns output as newlines?