Timothy Washington <twash...@gmail.com> writes:I think, it is. Normally, after that message it takes ~10secs and then
> Well after *M-x nrepl-jack-in*, I notice that the "*Starting nREPL
> server... *" message never goes away. But I don't *think* that's the
> main problem.
a *nrepl* buffer should pop up. If that doesn't happen for some reason,
then there's something wrong.
> *1)* That help window looks like the following. So it doesn't lookIt's enabled automatically in all clojure buffers as soon as nrepl
> like the *nrepl-interaction-mode* is enabled on emacs startup.
successfully started, which doesn't seem to happen for you.
> *2)* After executing the emacs command '*nrepl-interaction-mode*', I couldYeah, this buffer is also created once nrepl has successfully started.
> then execute *C-x C-e*, but got the following message
> No buffer named *nrepl-connection*
> *3)* So I went ahead and fired up *M-x nrepl*, and supplied the hostHm, hm, why doesn't it want to connect...
> and port. Again, the result message "*Connecting to nREPL on
> localhost:57260...*" never goes away (hopefully not the real problem).
What you could do to debug the issue is open nrepl.el, goto the function
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