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i have it working fine with figwheel, but when i try and connect to a runnign shadow-cljs repl i get compileexceptions
supposedly you can run this: (shadow.cljs.devtools.api/nrepl-select :id-of-build)
shadow-cljs writes a file with the port inside
target/, someone should make a pr on fireplace to use that
i used the shadow lein template, these .edn files seem much nicer than a project.clj
@mynomoto eh, that seems inappropriate for A) how fireplace works B) for shadow to violate how other nrepl things work. I'm sure there's a good reason of course, but it seems a strange thing to add to fireplace. Not sure.
well i think fireplace is already looking for one file, i think mynomoto is suggesting to try looking in a second place…
fireplace looks recursively upwards for .nrepl-port files, and scopes the connection appropriately.
maybe i’ll create a command in my vim rc so i don’t have to manually create .nrepl_port files
@christopher.paul thomas said that he wants to avoid conflicts with files written by other tooling as there is reason to run both lein or boot and shadow in the same project.