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2018-12-12
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felipebarros07:12:33

Please, I believe I may have found a bug but I would like to know if another person can replicate it before reporting. Be warned that it will kill Emacs if it "works" for you! Create a new clojure project with lein new app kill-emacs, navigate to the root folder of the project and open a new file and save it on disk. On that file, connect Cider with cider-jack-in-clj and, after it connects, start a code block with <s TAB, write clojure after it and then start to write :results but stop at some point and press TAB to auto-complete it. Here it kills Emacs immediately. This is how the source block should look like, your cursor right after the :res:

#+BEGIN_SRC clojure :res

#+END_SRC

practicalli-john16:12:02

@U6MEUHZBK I was not able to replicate the issue you had. I updated Spacemacs and packages a week ago. I am just updating now and will try again.

practicalli-john16:12:53

I am unclear why you would put anything on the same line after clojure (although am still learning lots of things about org mode). Can you explain what it should do?

felipebarros22:12:44

That is where you can define variables and export paths to the following source code. It can be really complex and I only use it with moderation. Examples can be found here: https://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/languages/ob-doc-clojure.html

practicalli-john09:12:45

Thank you, that's a really useful article. I will give some literate programming a try on Sunday and let you know if I can replicate your bug. Are you able to evaluate without using :results after clojure?

felipebarros21:12:58

Even with :results I can evaluate, the problem is just when auto-completing. If I write it down it doesn't crash. 🙂 Thanks for taking the time

felipebarros21:12:41

I actually don't do literate programming, but I love to take notes on whatever I'm studying with org-mode, and being able to evaluate wrong code, explain rationales, evaluate some more stuff, and have it all nicely represented and easily exportable is just awesome. 😄

felipebarros21:12:48

It's a way of literate programming, "programmable note taking" haha but so far I have very little experience with tangling an entire file to produce source code. I just evaluate things in place and print either the function itself, the results or both to my "note".

felipebarros07:12:29

I'm on latest develop and all packages are up-to-date.