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2018-10-13
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markx00:10:32

@lilactown 😱

markx00:10:36

So in what condition will it be added automatically, as in the description?

lilactown00:10:08

the description is saying that it will add it to the middleware that the nREPL server uses

lilactown00:10:36

otherwise you would have to add additional configuration to tell shadow-cljs to use the cider-nrepl middleware when it starts the nREPL server

markx00:10:02

Oh nice. It works now! Thanks!

lilactown00:10:17

there are other cases, such as starting shadow-cljs from within CIDER itself, that it will automatically inject the cider-nrepl dependency

lilactown00:10:22

magic upon magic 🙂

markx00:10:41

Those are already confusing enough…

markx00:10:49

I’ll stay stupid for now 😛

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markx00:10:26

I tried to read the figwheel.main docs. It keeps talking about “figwheel repl” “cljs repl” “nrepl” “clojure repl” and more. So confusing!

lilactown00:10:42

yeah, it is very confusing

markx00:10:56

Now I have cider-nrepl and shadow work now. Anything else you would recommend for me to use?

lilactown00:10:15

nope, I would start with that

lilactown00:10:25

there’s plenty to learn there

markx00:10:45

but still, how do I know if cider is running?

lilactown00:10:56

are you using Emacs?

markx00:10:14

no. I’m using vim

markx00:10:27

and vscode

lilactown00:10:30

ah. I’m not sure then 😕

markx00:10:06

does it say anything in the repl?

lilactown00:10:19

looks like it has some instructions here: https://github.com/ctford/vim-fireplace-easy

lilactown00:10:39

hm okay. I’m reading about how to use it with figwheel

lilactown00:10:38

what does your REPL say right now?

markx15:10:37

@lilactown It says some warnings, but other than that, the eval and autocompletion are working, so I guess it’s working.