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danielcompton: I’d really love to support that, but it’s difficult - it’s the subject of ongoing negotiations with JetBrains
Well, I don’t want significant functionality like debugging CLJS to be Ultimate only.
So one solution would be to license some of their components, and have Cursive work as a plugin in Ultimate, otherwise in a standalone Cursive.app/.exe
Another solution is just to write a CLJS debugger, which is actually not as crazy as it sounds.
I have wird bug with company-mode and cyberpunk-theme - https://www.dropbox.com/s/zgibb91ulzhmgiz/Screenshot%202015-06-08%2012.20.08.png?dl=0
nope, they have company support - https://github.com/n3mo/cyberpunk-theme.el/blob/master/cyberpunk-theme.el#L251-L260
[ANN] we are getting close to clj-refactor/refactor-nrepl release 1.1.0 some new stuff: rename directory/package. find/rename macro support, inlining symbols, add stubs for protocols, interfaces or from example usage, various bugfixes checking 1.1.0 snapshot and giving us feedback (bugreports) would be great btw 😉
@bozhidar: bingo. I have no idea how it's supposed to be used... I could have sworn I saw a tutorial that made me go "wow, maybe I should consider Emacs/CIDER", but I can't find it any more.
I’m playing around with Cursive and Quil for an upcoming ClojureBridge workshop but I’m failing to get a REPL to work
It tells me that no Module SDK is defined and I need to choose one but the dropdown has no options
Ah — I think I disabled all plugins in the beginning including JDK IntelliJ stuff
When trying to send defn’s to the REPL in Cursive I am now getting
clojure.lang.Compiler$CompilerException: java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to resolve symbol: defn in this context, compiling: this has worked previously … ? @cfleming
I am getting a variant of this error as well. It's why I initially asked if Colin wa in the room.
Have you tried evaluated / loading the whole file? Does that still cause the error?
Going based off the end of this issue - https://github.com/cursiveclojure/cursive/issues/617
In Intellij Preferences ->Other Settings -> Clojure there is an option to “Evaluate forms in REPL Namespace” which seems to fix
adulteratedjedi: Right, that’s the option you want. You have two options - forms sent to the REPL are either evaluated in the current REPL ns, or the ns of the file they’re sent from.