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I somehow removed the "double shift" command which launches a general search (files,commands etc) in a little box. I can't find it. Does anybody know what it's called so I can bind it again?
@cfleming: Hmm strange, I assigned it a several keys but it's not coming up. Thanks though. I'll have to restart the IDE later maybe
@cfleming: In a Cljs-project f I checkout a revision that has different dependencies, I have to issue
refresh Leningen projects command to get Figwheel to notice the new dependencies (in addition to restarting Figwheel). It seems to have been a problem since IDEA 15. Is that a Figwheel issue, or could it be Cursive?
@grav: That’s weird. You won’t need to refresh, since that only affects the libs synced to IntelliJ, which Figwheel doesn’t know about. What I suspect is that IntelliJ hasn’t flushed the files to disk. Does File->Save All instead of refreshing work?
Thinking about it, that would be weird since git should write the files, they’re not cached by IntelliJ.
@grav: Ok. Could you file an issue with details about what you’re doing, and I’ll … that would be great, thanks.
PSA: A couple days ago I complained about not having proper "Caused by" Stacktraces in Cursive. Turns out it was this: http://yellerapp.com/posts/2015-05-11-clojure-no-stacktrace.html
This probably is not Cursive's fault, but I just want to make sure to eliminate that variable. What does exactly happen when I do
Load this file in REPL and then
Switch REPL NS to current file? I've had a vexing error when I tried to connect with jdbc and it reported no driver. If I don't change ns it works.
@jaen: Load this file in REPL loads the current file using
load-file. Prior to doing that, it calculates the namespace dependencies of that file, and if any of them are out of date (have been modified since the last load) they will be loaded first, in dependency order.
6:19:51 PM IllegalAccessError: com/intellij/execution/impl/MyDiffContainer When I try an execute a leiningen debug configuation
tried to access class com.intellij.execution.impl.MyDiffContainer from class cursive.runner.console.ConsoleViewImpl java.lang.IllegalAccessError: tried to access class com.intellij.execution.impl.MyDiffContainer from class cursive.runner.console.ConsoleViewImpl
Probably best to file an issue: https://github.com/cursiveclojure/cursive/issues/new