Frequently Asked Questions
No, the name is a bit of a misnomer. All of the functionality in
cider-nrepl can be leveraged by any nREPL client. Many Clojure editors
are built on top of
If we were naming the project today we would have gone with
orchard-nrepl. Naming is hard!
Yes, it does. The support, however, is partial and not all of the functionality if available for ClojureScript.
No, it does not. There are two reasons for this:
The lack of a compatible nREPL implementation for .NET
The usage of Java APIs in the current implementation of
Both problems are solvable, but they will require significant amount of work and knowledge
of .NET that the current
cider-nrepl team does not have.