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2018-08-29
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reefersleep07:08:55

@chase-lambert I’ve been curious about the same. I’ve restarted emacs loads in the past. I think it’s been a bad habit that carried over from other tools, though - I do it much less these days. But it does not feel as awesome as people have described, yet. I certainly not keep it open for months!

reefersleep07:08:59

Don’t know if @bozhidar already reported this, but I’m just going to quote him here (referring to cider-refresh, which doesn’t work for me, in a discussion yesterday): > bozhidar [5:13 PM] > @reefersleep yep, I finally get it. > This command was renamed a while ago to cider-ns-refresh or something like this. I guess that wasn’t reflected in spacemacs. > I thought we’ve added some alias, though. Guess we didn’t and we should change this. > bozhidar [5:40 PM] > OK, turns out that there’s an alias, but unlike the real function in wasn’t autoloaded, therefore your problem. I’ve fixed this, but also has to be fixed upstream.

reefersleep07:08:59

I’m at work and don’t have time to research how to report bugs in spacemacs, so this’ll have to do for now. Hope someone picks it up!

jr0cket11:09:01

@reefersleep cider-ns-refresh has been fixed in the develop branch of Spacemacs already, so no need to raise an issue. You can see the updated code here: https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/blob/develop/layers/+lang/clojure/packages.el#L134