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2020-05-29
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johanatan01:05:22

For anyone following along, I was able to get hybrid mode to be sufficient. It was actually the .projectile ignores that I struggled to get working (rather than gitignore as mentioned above). Turns out that projectile (weirdly, against standard UNIX convention) wants paths to begin with “/“. So the following works: -/node_modules/

johanatan01:05:12

But -node_modules/ does not

johanatan01:05:43

(In the UNIX world, the former would refer to a top level path from the filesystem root itself, not a subdirectory of the current dir).

admin05502:05:16

@johanatan You can also use .gitignore file instead.

johanatan02:05:30

@admin055 you’re a bit out of the loop here. These files can’t be git ignored hence the whole dilemma 😀

johanatan02:05:07

Read the linked GitHub issues on projectile for the details

johanatan02:05:36

In short, because our company’s artifactory sucks, we have node_modules not git ignored

bozhidar06:05:45

@johanatan It’s best to keep this discussion in the tickets, so we won’t lose it.

frozenlock19:05:36

Is there a function to connect to a repl from whithin another repl? Something like (connect-to-repl-2) And then come back to my main repl :my-repl/exit

frozenlock19:05:17

I think I would need to replace the nrepl middlewares by one that redirrect all communication to the second nREPL server and check for a magic keyword to restore all the middlewares.

frozenlock19:05:29

So perhaps only doable in the upcoming 0.8.0?