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stdin isn't a terminal when doing
projectile-replace. I didn't get this before, not sure what's wrong ... any hints?
is there a way to use
projectile-replace on only
.cljc files in my project and ignore all other files?
Nope. It goes over all files in a project, although it should be hard to add some filtering by filetype/filename.
Hey all! I'm running into an issue where
cider-apropos seems to be freezing my emacs. This only happens when using JDK 13 and 14 preview... JDK 8 seems to work fine. Any tips on how I could troubleshoot this?
Hmmm looks like it's no longer working with JDK 8 either - but I think switching the JDK caused it to break in the first place - although I'm not 100% sure of that
Further investigation reveals that if I call
cider.nrepl.middleware.apropos/apropos from my nrepl process it returns matches / works as expected
hey all - is there any cider functionality similar to "Invoke defn at point" (where it would perhaps prompt for input for the arguments)? I find I'll often redefine/work on a function and want to execute it - this requires switching to that NS in the REPL, and then retyping to call it
(defun my-cider-tinker () (interactive) (let ((eval-result (call-interactively #'cider-eval-defun-at-point))) (cider-interactive-eval (format "(@*1 %s)" (read-string "args: "))) ))
although it doesn't display the nice overlay inline like the standard C-c C-c does...guess I'll have to tinker with that
What ones do you think it may fail on? I've tested with various literals, numbers, quoted strings, vectors, maps
I think a
#_(my-fun foo bar) right above the function is what i would do. i thought read-string would choke on maps and sets but i guess not
I saw a #dbg reference in another cider-eval internal - is that something specific to cider? the hash<some form> syntax?
yeah that's CIDER specifichttps://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider-nrepl/blob/master/src/data_readers.clj#L1