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When I have a tools-deps alias which has
-m any.cool.class as main-opts the cursive nrepl seems to ignore those, when started with that alias. Am I doing something wrong or is this intended behaviour?
how does your run configuration look like exactly?
maybe u can just paste the corresponding XML here from your
The run-server alias has a main-opt
<component name="ProjectRunConfigurationManager"> <configuration default="false" name="CLJ REPL" type="ClojureREPL" factoryName="Local" activateToolWindowBeforeRun="false"> <module name="meetly" /> <setting name="replType" value="NREPL" /> <setting name="execution" value="DEPS" /> <setting name="jvmArgs" value="-Dghostwheel.enabled=true" /> <setting name="parameters" value="" /> <setting name="workingDir" value="$PROJECT_DIR$" /> <setting name="profiles" value="" /> <setting name="aliases" value="run-server" /> <setting name="fixLineNumbers" value="false" /> <method v="2" /> </configuration> </component>
-m project.server. Its main is never executed. I even put non-existing function-calls in to see if it breaks. But it does not run at all.
When i do
clj -A:run-server it works just fine. But of course I would like to have it inside of my nrepl
okay, so this is a Local nREPL config. IntelliJ have to tell your app to start an nREPL server, so the IntelliJ process can connect and talk to it.
when u start it from the command line, there is no need for a server, because your application process is accepting input from the stdin directly
if u click on the line which appears at the top of your Cursive REPL window, it should expand to a very long command line.
at the end of that command-line, there is a
that is the program which executes first and enters an nREPL server loop.
because of that, no other code has the chance to interpret the
-m option from the command-line.
Thanks, so there is no option to start the
-main function inside the newly created nrepl, except of doint it by hand then?
im not sure i understand that question, but at the same time im not sure i can explain it more precisely either.
how i understood this was by reading the source code of
which is referenced from this java entry point: