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Arc REPL in emacs using cider-mode (youtube.com)
5 points by shawn 32 days ago | 8 comments




4 points by zck 17 days ago | link

This is super cool. I'd love to have this for Emacs! Can you share what you've got? Maybe a complete config from `emacs -Q`?

And if anyone's ever in NYC, I co-organize the Emacs NYC meetup group. Would love to see y'all.

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2 points by shawn 1 day ago | link

I intend to. It has taken some time due to some unexpected issues with unicode handling that were recently resolved with https://github.com/arclanguage/anarki/pull/135

I'll do a Show Arc soon with some tooling for the community, including nREPL support.

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2 points by i4cu 7 days ago | link

Related if considering nRepl for Arc.

nREPL: Beyond Clojure

https://metaredux.com/posts/2019/01/12/nrepl-beyond-clojure....

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4 points by shawn 32 days ago | link

There's no audio, so it's probably a bit hard to follow. I just wanted to throw together a quick demo of the Arc tooling I've been working on.

I implemented the nREPL protocol in Arc. This video shows cider-mode interacting with it (via `cider-connect`).

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5 points by akkartik 32 days ago | link

Looks wonderful! Thanks for exposing me to some new keywords ("nrepl", "cider-mode")

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5 points by i4cu 32 days ago | link

For anyone else who might be interested:

nRepl https://github.com/nrepl/nrepl

Cider https://docs.cider.mx/en/latest/

Cider-nRepl https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider-nrepl

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4 points by i4cu 32 days ago | link

> There's no audio

There's awesome audio... I watched it a second time just for the audio!

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2 points by i4cu 32 days ago | link

> I just wanted to throw together a quick demo of the Arc tooling I've been working on.

To what end, might I ask? i.e. are you planning to contribute this to the arc community? Is this something the community can leverage with their own tooling?

I could have other questions, but if it's not something I can use or look at then they become somewhat pointless (the questions, that is).

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