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clojure-jack-in failing with clean install of Emacs on OSX w/ clojure-mode #129

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spoon16 opened this Issue Jun 25, 2012 · 6 comments

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spoon16 commented Jun 25, 2012

I'm trying to run clojure-jack-in and getting this

Compiling file /Users/<me>/.emacs.d/swank/slime-repl-79b38c83.el at Mon Jun 25 13:18:23 2012
slime-repl-79b38c83.el:105:27:Warning: reference to free variable
    `slime-connection-output-buffer'
slime-repl-79b38c83.el:122:1:Error: (slime-connection-output-buffer) is not a valid place expression

Compiling file /Users/<me>/.emacs.d/swank/slime-eldoc-d8b3cf74.el at Mon Jun 25 13:18:24 2012

In end of data:
slime-eldoc-d8b3cf74.el:15:1:Warning: the following functions are not known to be defined:
    slime-background-activities-enabled-p, slime-echo-arglist

I'm running GNU Emacs 24.1.50.1 using lein-swank 1.4.4 and leiningen 2 preview 6. Not sure how to debug.

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That's expected behaviour. Does the slime repl buffer fail to open?

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technomancy commented Jun 26, 2012

That's expected behaviour. Does the slime repl buffer fail to open?

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in the command area it says error in process filter: Symbol's function definition is void: slime-connect

The REPL buffer does not open.

spoon16 commented Jun 26, 2012

in the command area it says error in process filter: Symbol's function definition is void: slime-connect

The REPL buffer does not open.

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Not sure what's going on, but you could try removing ~/.emacs.d/swank; it's possible one of the files in there was truncated.

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technomancy commented Jun 26, 2012

Not sure what's going on, but you could try removing ~/.emacs.d/swank; it's possible one of the files in there was truncated.

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I did that a few times. Even tried completely removing lein, emacs, clojure libs, etc... nothing seemed to work. I gave up for the evening, everything is working fine on my other machines.

spoon16 commented Jun 26, 2012

I did that a few times. Even tried completely removing lein, emacs, clojure libs, etc... nothing seemed to work. I gave up for the evening, everything is working fine on my other machines.

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fmardini Jul 6, 2012

Had same issue (emacs from git) but went away after an emacs update

fmardini commented Jul 6, 2012

Had same issue (emacs from git) but went away after an emacs update

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fmsbeekmans Aug 3, 2012

Having the same issue with Leiningen 2 preview 6 and 1.7.1, emacs update didn't work either.

Having the same issue with Leiningen 2 preview 6 and 1.7.1, emacs update didn't work either.

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