Once you have become comfortable with figwheel-main, you may want to put some effort into integrating it with your preferred editor. This document will discuss how to get your project working nicely with Cursive for a few different configurations.
Support for deps.edn and the CLI is currently only available in the Early Access versions of Cursive and it is not yet able to run figwheel-main directly, so for now we will focus on Leiningen.
We’re going to start with the same build that we used in the create-a-build documentation. Set up your project as described there and confirm that you can run it using
$ lein fig -- -b dev -r
These instructions should work for any project that is able to run figwheel from the command line using a
dev folder to the root of your project, then add a
user.clj file in that folder and copy this code into it
(require '[figwheel.main.api :as fig]) (fig/start "dev")
Now we can get our REPL configured. In the Cursive menu, follow these steps
- Navigate to
Run -> Edit Configurations
- Click the
+icon and select
Clojure REPL -> Local
Use clojure.main in normal JVM process
dev/user.cljinto the parameters field.
OKto save the config.
Run your REPL and enjoy figwheel-main in Cursive! Note that this will be a ClojureScript REPL - we will see how to get things working nicely with a combined Clojure + ClojureScript project next.