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Starting nREPL server via lein update-in :dependencies conj ^"[org.clojure/tools.nrepl \^"0.2.12\^"]^" -- update-in :plugins conj ^"[refactor-nrepl \^"2.2.0-SNAPSHOT\^"]^" --update-in :plugins conj ^"[cider/cier-nrepl \^"0.12.0-SNAPSHOT\^"]^" -- repl :headless...
Followed by the appearance of this stacktrace (annoyingly, neither of which I can copy/paste, since the buffers disappear on action):
I tried reinstalling Spacemacs, updating Spacemacs and updating packages, but it makes no difference.
my leiningen version is
Leiningen 2.6.1 on Java 1.8.0_65 Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
So I'm at my wit's end.
lein repl works just fine, but I cannot create an nREPL with
@alandipert: Nope - whenever I click or perform any keystroke, the buffer with the stacktrace disappears 😕
I followed the advice in the Troubleshooting part of the Cider README and activated toggle-debug-on-error, and managed to catch something meaningful
could not start nrepl server: clojure.lang.Compiler$CompilerException: java.io.FileNotFoundException: Could not locate mranderson047/toolsnamespace/v03v0_alpha3/clojure/tools/namespace/parse__init.class or mranderson047/toolsnamespace/v0v3v0_alpha3/clojure/tools/namespace/parse.clj on classpath: , compiling:(refactor_nrepl/core.clj:1:1)
It doesn't help me in a google search, but I think I saw some trouble with mranderson mentioned somewhere. Does anyone recognise this?
The "Troubleshooting" section also mentions looking in the Messages buffer or the nrepl-messages buffer. I can't find these. Does anyone know how to reach them?
@reefersleep: in spacemacs you can get to messages by SPC + b + b and selecting Messages
That's great, @codonnell , thanks. This allows me to copy/paste the full stacktrace
can anyone point me to a resource to learn the key bindings for manipulating the parens on my code. I’m coming from
paredit. I’m trying to learn to use smartparen but I’m finding it harder to use in comparison to
@felixflores: I never got around to trying
paredit before I moved to Spacemacs, and like you, I'm confused about the paredit-like options in Emacs.
I tried using the lisp-mode stuff (I guess that's not smartparen?), but never got used to it.
I find it confusing because it puts me in a different mode than Normal and Insert. There's a limit to how much I can keep in my head
There is an issue about adding Lispy, which (apparently) is paredit-like, as a layer or package to Spacemacs
@felixflores: from what you know about paredit, would you say that lispy looks equivalent? And - is paredit good? If so, I think I'll hold out for Lispy in Spacemacs and spend my brainpower on other stuff than learning Emacsy parens editor modes/commands
@alandipert: I solved the problem. And it was really, really stupid. I, myself, have found a bug in Leiningen for Windows, reported it and submitted a pull request that leaves comments in lein.bat and README.md warning that you should not have a LEIN_JAR environment variable as well as a different reference for Leiningen on PATH, as this might mess things up. And here I am, with a LEIN_JAR environment variable still set. Guess I didn't clean up after experimenting while sorting out the Leiningen issue with HyPiRiOn. Removed the LEIN_JAR, and now everything is good. Damn!