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@sveri: thanks for your comment. my JAVA_HOME already in place. but still doesn’t work
ahh.. it took me forever to figure out this, try many different methods but still doesn’t work. I think I might go with Vim
@long.clojure: Hm, I think it should point to: /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.8.0_40.jdk if I am guessing your path correct
@long.clojure: that path looks fine. Same as mine. I can start Light Table OK although I don’t use it (emacs). However, I think the Mac looks in /etc/launchd.conf and environment.plist if you are starting an App in the GUI. It probably only reads JAVA_HOME if running a command from terminal. However, this said, your default Java install should be set up correctly so not sure why Light Table is not working. Sorry not much help!
thanks @agile_geek, you remind me about some other thing. I will try that out. Light Table actually worked for me before. But it broken after I did the OS upgrade.
@danielcompton: re comments, theres a slight difference between
;; — usually one semicolon is used when theres something else on the line already. Did that in emacs for a while and was super confused why it’s indenting so weird
@martinklepsch: ahh, I think I had the same confusion when I was using emacs, solved it now!
as the profile settings look correct it might be that you have something that interferences with the middleware’s loading
btw, there’s also #C0617A8PQ and you can of course always report the problem on our issue tracker
@long.clojure: iirc there is some bug with Java applications started from the gui that doesn't let them access the env variables (intellij suffers from this for sure). Presumably in light table there is some way to set the path manually? I would try that
in Cursive, it seems that when I have a broken file in terms of paredit, I cannot type a closing parenthesis.
borkdude: Currently it’s disabling paredit temporarily (in the bottom status bar) or cutting and pasting a closing paren
did connecting to a REPL from cursive recently change? I don't see an option in the menu anywhere
You want Run->Edit configurations, create a new Clojure->Remote REPL, and then add the details
borkdude: Nice, let me know how it goes, I’m always interested in experience reports
@borkdude: sometimes I copy & paste a paranthese or whatever, no need to use the mouse then.
@bozhidar: thanks, I will do some more digging in my emacs .. usually when browse packages its like a kid in candy story, i’ll add several things and maybe not try them out right away and forget 😑
most likely the problem is not in the Emacs setup, but it the clojure/java deps/plugins you have
because the warning pretty much says that
cider-nrepl hasn’t been loaded and since it’s in your profile
try connecting using a clean project and a basic profile with only
cider-nrepl in it
today I'm using emacs to write clojurescript and cursive for server side clojure: want to experience both
I see editors and IDEs as tools, I'm not religious about it. Whatever gets the job done.
@cfleming: is there a way to see the files that have function arity errors in the side bar?
@cfleming: if we have a cursive issue, would you prefer we mention it here? or on the mailing list?
apart from that, other can google and search that, so, it surely is better to have it centralized and one place to go, from my point of view, but, I am not cfleming, so, take it with a grain of salt 😄