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hey, Im trying to use cider-find-var on a spec, ::my-ns/my-spec , but Instead of jumping to the definition, it askes me to input a Symbol


Try cider-browse-spec`` instead, it seems closer to what you are looking for


thanks ๐Ÿ™‚


is this the expected behaviour?


cider-find-var is an interactive autoloaded Lisp closure in

It is bound to M-., <menu-bar> <CIDER Interactions> <Find (jump to)>
<Find definition>.

(cider-find-var &optional ARG VAR LINE)

Find definition for VAR at LINE.
Prompt according to prefix ARG and 'cider-prompt-for-symbol'.
A single or double prefix argument inverts the meaning of
'cider-prompt-for-symbol'.  A prefix of '-' or a double prefix argument causes
the results to be displayed in a different window.  The default value is
thing at point.
from C-h f cider-find-var. note the cider-prompt-for-symbol which can be set to nil


Hello friends, does anyone have successfully launched a cider REPL with the new clojurescript bundle options ? Canโ€™t get to make it work ๐Ÿ˜ญ


I don't think Figwheel works with it


@baptiste-from-paris if you are using figwheel then this does not work with bundle at the moment (see the #figwheel-main channel). I dont know if shadow works with it, there is a #shadow-cljs for that. Once those tools work with bundle, then so should cider.


Thanks a lot for your help :-)


I am not using these tools, Iโ€™ve read their announcements. I am just trying not to work in my terminal ๐Ÿ˜‚

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@baptiste-from-paris are you trying to use piggieback with the built-in cljs repl?


Yes indeed, with webpack as a bundler. I think i am going to try inferior mode like I am used to with Clojure CLR ๐Ÿฅณ


i updated inf-clojure so it would work with the command line tools seemlessly

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