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@lockdown- that looks to me like your nrepl connection is stalling out and not returning a value for fireplace to make use of.


worth checking before firing up vim: is there an .nrepl-port file wherever you’ve started up your JVM clojure process?


if yes, cat it and remember the port … then in vim go to a clojure namespace and :Connect … enter that port when asked


in theory fireplace should handle this for you behind the scenes the first time you cpp but your video has that look I’ve seen when fireplace can’t establish an nrepl connection (usually for me it’s that I never started the nrepl server).


yeah, I checked that, the issue is it works fine with some forms sometimes and doesn't with others


this is all in localhost, but is interesting to know you have seen it too when no nrepl server exists.