[OS X Emacs] RE: Clojure on Aquamacs
naylor127 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 12:33:58 EDT 2011
My version of lein is 1.5.2, the latest; and my version of Aquamacs is the
latest, and I do have swank-clojure 1.3.1. As for the version of Clojure
itself, isn't that determined project-by-project, depending on what
dependencies you put in in lein? Does lein have a particular version of
clojure installed? I don't think I've ever used 1.3. What do you mean by
looking at the swank-clojure script; isn't that a jar?
I'm wondering if it could be a path issue, see this posting:
My lein command is in a bin directory in my home directory, which doesn't
give me a problem when using Slime in other versions of Emacs.
But I wonder why it would work all the way up to making a REPL and then
stall if it were a path issue.
How has your experience been with Aquamacs? Do you also get auto-complete,
breakpoints, function signatures in the minibuffer, etc. without too much
trouble? The author of lein and swank-clojure advises against using it, but
the other versions of emacs are lacking in so many ways. I'd really be
happy if I could get all this working with aquamacs.
I'm using Technomancy's starter kit for Aquamacs, as well (to get package
management and download packages from Marmalade, which is how he recommends
doing it now).
On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 8:26 AM, Nick Rothwell <nick at cassiel.com> wrote:
> On 27 Jun 2011, at 23:47, Andrew Naylor wrote:
> > I should mention that the older method (M-x slime-connect to a lein swank
> server added as a dependency in a project and called from the command line)
> also doesn't work in Aquamacs, using the latest ELPA/Marmalade packages. A
> REPL appears, but nothing can be evaluated in it----it simply hangs without
> any kind of error message.
> Stupid question: have you isolated this as a clojure 1.3 problem?
> swank-clojure, slime-connect et. al. all work fine in Aquamacs for me: a
> quick look at swank-clojure script tells me that I'm on swank-clojure-1.3.1
> and clojure-1.2.0. I've not dug into the lein machinery any more than I've
> needed to to get this far.
> -- N.
> Nick Rothwell / Cassiel.com Limited
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