Fork me on GitHub
#proto-repl
<
2016-12-02
jasongilman03:12:19

@tolitius: I'm not sure what the problem is right now but I recommend trying out the Proto REPL demo project https://github.com/jasongilman/proto-repl-demo/blob/master/demos.md

jasongilman03:12:22

It has some instructions for boot. Also I just heard from @seancorfield who successfully was using boot.

tolitius03:12:43

@jasongilman sure, I started with proto-repl-demo, I don't think it completely "works" 🙂 either. Here is from the terminal:

[try/proto-repl-demo]$ boot repl
welcome to boot
nREPL server started on port 54850 on host 127.0.0.1 - 
REPL-y 0.3.7, nREPL 0.2.12

boot.user=> (dev)
Dev profile running
#object[clojure.core$identity 0x678f867b "[email protected]"]
boot.user=>
and then:
boot.user=> (boot (dev))
Dev profile running
nil
boot.user=>
here is the same thing from under proto-repl:

jasongilman04:12:22

@tolitius: this is probably my lack of boot knowledge showing. Did you put in your settings to uncheck the prefer Lein option? In may be using that instead of boot. I can take a look tomorrow in person at some point if you're at the conference.

tolitius04:12:51

yea, it definitely uses boot, since I deleted the project.clj (to make sure)

tolitius04:12:24

(and unchecked the prefer flag)

tolitius04:12:45

sure, no rush. just wanted to play with it

seancorfield14:12:59

A Boot repl needs to be in the boot.user ns, not user. That caught me out too.

seancorfield14:12:46

Until ProtoREPL changes that you can just start your repl session with (ns boot.user) and all will work.

tolitius19:12:58

ah.. sure, missed that thanks @seancorfield

jasongilman19:12:47

Somehow I ended up with #proto-repl and #protorepl I even forgot myself that this one isn't the original one.

tolitius19:12:43

ah.. so which one is "not semantically versioned" the next one? 🙂

tolitius19:12:00

#protorepl is the one to use?

seancorfield20:12:32

I can archive this channel for you @jasongilman ?

seancorfield20:12:30

(or you can, as its creator, I expect)

jasongilman20:12:36

Can you do that? I'm not sure how to do it myself. Thanks @seancorfield