Thanks! I wanted to see if there was a different route to take here, that did not require generating foreign-libs, but it seems this is the way to go.
it simplify things removing about 50% of lines
Yes it’s really excellent, I already implemented it. The reason I wanted to avoid it was that it didn’t work without me figuring out some edge cases, and I didn’t have much time for this. In the end it’s obviously the better option.
I’m launching figwheel-main in a Cursive REPL. I’m trying to add a
cljs.user ns with some utility functions for my figwheel-main repl, is there a recommended way of doing this? When I include a user file, I get this error:
[Figwheel] Compiling build main to "resources/public/js/main.js" [Figwheel] Failed to compile build main in 0.101 seconds. [Figwheel:WARNING] Could not Analyze resources/public/js/main.out/generated-input-files/gen_test_runner.cljs line:1 column:1 Namespace declarations must appear at the top-level. at line 1 resources/public/js/main.out/generated-input-files/gen_test_runner.cljs 1 (ns figwheel.main.generated.main-auto-test-runner ^--- 2 (:require [cljs.test :refer-macros [run-tests]] 3 [cljs-test-display.core])) 4 5 (run-tests (cljs-test-display.core/init! "app-auto-testing")) Could not Analyze /myroot/dev/user.cljs line:1 column:1 Namespace declarations must appear at the top-level. at line 1 resources/public/js/main.out/generated-input-files/gen_test_runner.cljs 1 (require '[figwheel.main :as fig]) ^--- 4 (defn some-util [x] 5 (do-some-util-task x)) 6