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2021-09-30
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murtaza5216:09:57

I just cloned spacemacs (develop branch), and practicalli's .spacemacs.d dir. I have a project using shadow.cljs, when I start the server and try connecting to it in emacs, I get the following error - parseclj-lex--leaf-token-value: Symbol's function definition is void: :number

practicalli-john16:09:21

Does the shadow-clj project run outside of an editor, i.e from a terminal

murtaza5216:09:43

yup from a terminal

murtaza5216:09:54

I get same error with cljs-jack-in also

practicalli-john16:09:55

I did see some kind of parseclj error when I updated the Cider package yesterday. I simply restarted Emacs and the problem did not occur again

practicalli-john16:09:36

I can use cljs-jack-in with a figwheel-project without any problems

murtaza5216:09:45

yup I upgraded spacemacs and then it broke, It was working couple of hrs back 🙂

murtaza5216:09:10

then I reinstalled both spacemacs and your config, but still getting the error

alexdavis17:09:25

I was having the same issue and did a package rollback to yesterday and now it works again 🤷

alexdavis17:09:51

still on latest develop commit so its not that

alexdavis17:09:08

I’m guessing its a bug in the newest cider release? but I don’t update packages often so could be anything

practicalli-john17:09:38

There was a new dev release of cider today, 30th September. Perhaps the dev release before that should be installed

murtaza5217:09:58

sorry will need some help here, I am relying on spacemacs layers to install the packages, how do I go back to prior cider package ?

alexdavis18:09:28

in the spacemacs buffer there is a button called ‘rollback packages’, if you click that you can return to an earlier state

alexdavis18:09:49

or you can do it manually in your .emacs.d

murtaza5219:09:16

Thanks everyone for the help, deleting cider, parseedn, parseclj and then installing again did the trick

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murtaza5216:09:51

This error occurs when shadow is selected during the connect-cljs