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I'm using spacemacs org mode with source code blocks. All seems to work fine, except source code blocks of clojurescript: only the first line is evaluated, not the rest.
When starting clojurescript jack-in, a clj repl and cljs repl are started as expected.
1. evaluating multiline clojure works fine (all the results are shown in the
2. evaluating a single line cljs works fine as well (the result is shown in the
3. evaluating multiline cljs - only the result of the first line is shown)
Anyone any idea what the problem could be?
any idea why only the first line is evaluated?
#+BEGIN_SRC clojure :results value 4544 \a "a" #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: : 4544
When in Evil mode, using
cider-eval-last-sexp is problematic — I always have to move my cursor to the right of the sexp (by adding an extra piece of whitespace). Is there a fix for that?
evil-move-beyond-eol is a variable defined in ‘evil-vars.el’. Its value is t Original value was nil Documentation: Whether the cursor is allowed to move past the last character of a line. You can customize this variable.
I changed to moving the cursor to the next line, then evaluating. I typically have at least one blank line between forms. I also use , e f more often to evaluate without going to end of lie or , e ; to evaluate and return answer as comment.
So this morning, after updating, spacemacs is getting this error:
Warning (initialization): An error occurred while loading ‘/home/mago/.emacs.d/init.el’: error: Unable to activate package ‘clojure-cheatsheet’. Required package ‘cider-0.9.0’ is unavailable To ensure normal operation, you should investigate and remove the cause of the error in your initialization file. Start Emacs with the ‘--debug-init’ option to view a complete error backtrace.