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deas14:02:57

dirac should (to some extend) play with figwheel, right?

darwin14:02:15

dirac should work just fine with figwheel

deas14:02:07

Figwheel repl won't work, right?

darwin14:02:59

@deas it will, but it is independent from Dirac, this is really complex to answer, try to look here: https://github.com/binaryage/dirac/blob/master/docs/about-repls.md#dirac--figwheel

darwin14:02:33

if you want to have super configuration, you can teach Dirac nREPL to use Figwheel’s compiler instead

darwin14:02:56

this way you get synced compiler state between hot-reloaded updates and Dirac REPL

deas14:02:28

Phew! Gimme a second to catch up. :slightly_smiling_face:

darwin14:02:48

better read that article top to bottom :slightly_smiling_face:

piotr2b14:02:34

WOW, synced dirac and figwheel this would be awesome :slightly_smiling_face:

pleasetrythisathome16:02:47

hey everyone! i’m having some trouble getting dirac to play nice with cider and boot

pleasetrythisathome16:02:02

i’m able to get dirac running without the cider nrepl middleware

pleasetrythisathome16:02:38

but i have a cider task similar to what’s described here https://github.com/boot-clj/boot/wiki/Cider-REPL

pleasetrythisathome16:02:57

and if i use that before using the boot-cljs-repl dirac task, i get a warning that the middleware is bad

pleasetrythisathome16:02:19

should i be using a separate repl with the cider middleware? and keep that middleware out of the dirac repl?

deas16:02:06

Ok, last one: Getting :message out/cljs/core.cljs.cache.json (Not a directory) from the nrepl. Any idea what I am missing?

pleasetrythisathome16:02:42

seems to work to run them separately...