Switching to the REPL
, s s toggles between a Clojure code file buffer and the REPL buffer, opening the REPL buffer where required.
, s n evaluates the namespace of the current Clojure file in the REPL, changing the REPL to be in that namespace.
To REPL buffer or not to REPL buffer
Many developers simply evaluate functions and expressions within the Clojure code buffer itself.
A REPL buffer is very useful for showing larger results from evaluating code and any side effect information such as logging and debugging.
Select the REPL namespace
SPC SPC cider-repl-set-ns displays a pop-up buffer of all the available namespaces.
A running REPL is required.
The user namespace
When starting a REPL the default namespace is called
user. This namespace contains the
clojure.repl library allowing you to call functions useful for development, such as
(source ,,,), etc.
To use the
source tools, you can stay in the
user namespace and use
require function to include your own code in the
user namespace. For example:
(require 'my-custom-code.core) (require '[my-custom-code-time :as time])
|Vim Normal||Major mode||Command||Description|
||Switch to REPL buffers (when in a code buffer)|
||Switch to last active Clojure code buffer (when in REPL buffer)|
||* Proposed change: Select a namespace and switch to it.|
||Switch between CLJ & CLJS REPLs in current project|
- I've proposed a change to create a new menu entry for switching the repl to the current namespace of the code buffer,
cider-repl-set-ns: S - cider-repl-set-ns
The REPL buffer contains a detailed welcome message describing how to use the basics of the REPL.
Switch to Vim insert state to write code in the REPL