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#dirac
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2016-09-16
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jrheard22:09:14

ok cool, i set up cljs-devtools and now i'm seeing custom formatters in the "scope" window and can inspect the cljs datastructures when my breakpoint is hit

jrheard22:09:20

source maps still seem to be broken though

jrheard22:09:30

but it seems to be just a canary issue? or maybe just a canary issue on my machine

jrheard22:09:52

source maps work fine in regular chrome on my machine, but in canary i'm still seeing this "Source Map Detected" banner, and don't see any cljs files in the "sources" tree on the left side of the window

jrheard22:09:05

chrome 55.0.2862.0 canary

jrheard22:09:34

i guess there were two "source maps" issues, actually

jrheard22:09:54

in my second screenshot, earlier, there was the dirac "unable to locate sourceMap" message, and that's been fixed, so thanks :smile: :smile:

jrheard22:09:42

in the first screenshot, there's a banner that says "Source Map Detected" when viewing a .js file, but no corresponding .cljs file shows up in the sources tree to the left of that .js file, and that's the issue i'm still having

jrheard22:09:45

anyway i don't think it's dirac's fault

jrheard22:09:48

seems to just be a canary thing

jrheard22:09:43

gonna try rebooting

jrheard22:09:29

hurk same behavior, oh well

jrheard22:09:49

hm, embarrassing - it seems like both issues actually still persist on my machine

jrheard22:09:11

i was mistaken earlier because i hadn't tried playing around in the dirac repl, which is what triggers the "unable to locate sourceMap" message

jrheard22:09:44

again though i can't tell if this is dirac's fault or canary's fault - it seems bad that i only see this "Source Map Detected" banner when viewing a .js file, and that i don't see the corresponding .cljs file in the Sources tree

jrheard23:09:24

i've done lein clean, etc

jrheard23:09:58

ai branch is up to date

jrheard23:09:23

it's friday and this isn't urgent, so no hurry, would love it if you could take a look at this sometime next week or whenever when you're free - thanks again for your help!