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2021-03-27
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Huahai02:03:30

cider-doc does not in my spamacs

Huahai02:03:13

any idea? it stopped working since i updated the packages

Huahai02:03:24

cider-doc does nothing now

Huahai03:03:34

ok, this seems to only fail on emacs native comp, guess cider is not compatible with it

jumar05:03:12

It should work with native comp- might be a glitch with your build or system

erwinrooijakkers13:03:21

For running in the REPL the -A flag worked for my deps.edn, -M did not. Any idea why? deps.edn

{:paths ["src"], :deps [org.clojure/clojure {:mvn/version "1.10.2"}], :aliases {:dev {:extra-paths ["resources"]}}}
Maybe I had something misconfigured above?
$ clojure --help | grep alias
 -Oalias...     Concatenated jvm option aliases, ex: -O:mem
 -Ralias...     Concatenated resolve-deps aliases, ex: -R:bench:1.9
 -Calias...     Concatenated make-classpath aliases, ex: -C:dev
 -Malias...     Concatenated main option aliases, ex: -M:test
 -Aalias...     Concatenated aliases of any kind, ex: -A:dev:mem

practicalli-john13:03:02

@erwinrooijakkers To use the -M flag, Clojure CLI tools version 1.10.697 or above is required. It seems from the clojure --help output you have an older version than this. Several flags changed meaning at this version of Clojure CLI tools onward. To see the version, use:

clojure -Sdescribe
Install the latest version from https://clojure.org/guides/getting_started

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erwinrooijakkers18:03:13

$ clojure -Sdescribe
{:version "1.10.1.536"