Re: Intercepting emacs nrepl input within cider

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Benjamin Schwerdtner

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Mar 7, 2023, 7:49:51 AM3/7/23
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Here is a suggestion in the space of what you are asking: 
Assuming my-dsl-eval is a macro: 

```
(defun my-cider-dsl-eval-last-sexp ()
  (interactive)
  (cider-nrepl-sync-request:eval
   (format "(my-dsl-eval %s)" (cider-last-sexp))))
```


On Mon, Mar 6, 2023 at 4:28 AM Conrad <drc...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi everyone, I'm not super familiar with the internals of cider/nrepl/etc, but I have a clojure project with a domain-specific language, and would like to be able to type DSL commands into the nrepl, and have custom clojure code that checks if it's a DSL command first, before forwarding it to the usual cider/clojure reader/evaluator.

I'd appreciate any quick pointers for how I would best go about doing this, if any of you folks understand these tools a bit better.

Thanks in advance for any tips!

Conrad Barski

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