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2021-07-01
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bozhidar05:07:51

I've said before many times, but still - when I was a Java dev I was also using IntelliJ. 😄 It's just so much better than anything else, plus at the time there was some serious stagnation in java-mode and related Emacs tools.

bozhidar05:07:15

I think Java and Scala were the only languages that I didn't use Emacs for.

blak3mill3r19:07:42

I miss having the ability to jump to java sources from clojure sources with cider

blak3mill3r19:07:10

Is there a modern version of that tooling? I remember having it a long time ago with java 8 or maybe even 7

Cora (she/her)19:07:24

I usually go look at doom emacs and see how they have things set up https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs/tree/develop/modules/lang/java

Cora (she/her)20:07:08

it doesn't say anything about jumping from clojure to java source or anything, though

theeternalpulse21:07:45

I have my cider session connected to a clj&cljs shadow project. I wanted to know in a .cljc file, if I want to test out a reader conditional for both clj and cljs how do I switch it so that cider-eval-last-sexp runs in either of those two modes? I thought the cider-connect-sibling-cljs would do it, but it runs this particular code and always hits the clj condition