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Cursive

Once you have become comfortable with figwheel-main, you may want to put some effort into integrating it with your preferred editor. This document will discuss how to get your project working nicely with Cursive for a few different configurations.

CLJS Only

Support for deps.edn and the CLI is currently only available in the Early Access versions of Cursive and it is not yet able to run figwheel-main directly, so for now we will focus on Leiningen.

We're going to start with the same build that we used in the create-a-build documentation. Set up your project as described there and confirm that you can run it using

$ lein fig -- -b dev -r

These instructions should work for any project that is able to run figwheel from the command line using a lein run command

Add a dev folder to the root of your project, then add a user.clj file in that folder and copy this code into it

(require '[figwheel.main.api :as fig])
(fig/start "dev")

Now we can get our REPL configured. In the Cursive menu, follow these steps

  • Navigate to Run -> Edit Configurations
  • Click the + icon and select Clojure REPL -> Local
  • Select Use clojure.main in normal JVM process
  • Enter dev/user.clj into the parameters field.
  • Click OK to save the config.

Run your REPL and enjoy figwheel-main in Cursive! Note that this will be a ClojureScript REPL - we will see how to get things working nicely with a combined Clojure + ClojureScript project next.