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bozhidar01:04:25

and you can go down deeper back in time with M-p after C-s

bozhidar01:04:40

but nothing beats C-s s in terms of efficiency

Maxim08:04:16

I can't find switching between tests and implementations in CIDER. Are there reasons for that?

surreal.analysis14:04:24

@mkaschenko: You’re encouraged to use projectile, which lets you switch using C-c p t by default

surreal.analysis14:04:39

Basing the “encouraged to use projectile” on this - https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/issues/1453

surreal.analysis14:04:59

But, if you don’t want to use projectile, that elisp snippet is probably useful to add

Maxim14:04:41

Projectile has that functionality and I've actually been using it for long time. I don't know what happened to me and why I asked the question simple_smile.

plexus14:04:48

oh boy I totally implemented that myself because I couldn't find it in CIDER. Should've known to look at Projectile...

bozhidar14:04:52

yeah, that’s right

bozhidar14:04:51

at some point there was some test switching functionality in clojure-mode, but a ton of people are using projectile

bozhidar14:04:16

and handling project-related tasks is way easier there (in clojure-mode this would have required a lot of extra code)