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2020-09-25
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decim00:09:54

Hi, I recently saw someone using cider on youtube and they had a buffer called cider-results. How would I go about making that visible? I didn't see it in the docs.

Michaël Salihi07:09:33

@decim Hi, did you mean a buffer called `*cider-inspect*`? If so, you can call cider-inspect-last-result command.

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decim11:09:57

It looks like that’s it. Thanks. He must be using an older version of cider but that’s the exact functionality I was looking for. Thanks

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practicalli_john12:09:46

@decim The cider inspecter is really useful for exploring data, paging through large data sets and navigating levels of nested data https://practicalli.github.io/spacemacs/evaluating-clojure/inspect.html

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decim17:09:26

Yeah. I’ve been looking for something like this.

andrea.crotti15:09:50

is there an easy way to explore a javadoc API from Emacs/cider?

andrea.crotti15:09:08

actually https://github.com/skeeto/javadoc-lookup works decently but only for the java sdk

dpsutton15:09:04

There’s a cider javadoc command that will open a browser. Not sure if that’s what you’re looking for

andrea.crotti15:09:00

yeah but it doesn't work with generic libraries

andrea.crotti15:09:29

yeah it's kind of the same as the javadoc-lookup package in a way

practicalli_john17:09:53

@andrea.crotti I add Java source code to the class path to help CIDER find docs for Java libraries. I appreciate this may not be available for all libraries For example, with Clojure CLI tools, I use an alias to add the openjdk sources and it helps a lot https://github.com/practicalli/clojure-deps-edn/blob/live/deps.edn#L230-L243