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Great stuff, thank you Colin


I checked (just to see if I got lucky) but unfortunately is still an issue with this build, hope it isn't something awfully difficult 🤞:skin-tone-3:


No, I didn’t get a chance to look at that one, but I’ll take a look for the current EAP series.


@U08BJGV6E I’ve taken a look at your issue. I can’t reproduce exactly what you report, but there’s definitely something funky going on. The actual exception that you reported via the tracker should be fixed in the latest EAP, but that’s just a symptom of things getting messed up anyway.


Thanks a million for looking into this, Colin. I did one more check with practically all plugins but Cursive disabled, going through the repro steps. I'm no longer getting the exception but the project is still unusable. Commented this on the gh issue too.


Ok, thanks. I think I have a fix for this but I didn’t get a chance to test it properly, I hopefully will get that done tomorrow.

AJ Jaro16:05:55

This is the first time I’m trying to install an EAP build, so this might be a basic issue. After I added the Cursive EAP plugin repository I saw an update was available for Cursive. When I click update, I receive the message below. Do I need to use a different procedure? Will this only work on a newer version of IntelliJ? IntelliJ Version Info: > IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3.1 (Community Edition) > Build #IC-193.5662.53, built on December 18, 2019 Cursive version info: > 1.9.1-2019.3 → 1.9.2-eap2-2019.3


That’s very strange, it looks like an issue with the plugin repo. If you try again does it continue to happen?

AJ Jaro12:05:11

@U0567Q30W Yes, it was consistently happening until I figured out that it was a user error.

AJ Jaro12:05:14

Based on the suggestion from @U08BJGV6E I found that the checkbox he mentioned adds this repository ( When I copied the link from it was this one:;pluginId=8090 because it forwarded from the previously mentioned one… We’re all good now; sorry for the confusion.


I'm on the cursive EAP track and this is how I install it: - install idea - install cursive the "normal way" - preferences->languages&frameworks->clojure - scroll down to Update options and tick Check for EAP builds - OK & tell idea to check for updates