I’m just starting out trying to use Clojurescript. I finally got Emacs up and working with Cider and figwheel-main. Only took 2 days, I’ll call that a win. I’m doing this on Windows 10, which probably doesn’t help.
Anyway, after I run cider-jack-in-cljs, it creates a cider-repl buffer, opens my project in the browser, and a few seconds later outputs
Compile Exception: c
There is a “Stdin:” prompt in the minibuffer. Anything I type there gets sent to the repl. Typing anything at the repl prompt gets ignored. The problem is that my minibuffer is now taken by the “Stdin:” prompt so if I try to do anything else (open a file, for example), Emacs complains that the minibuffer is already in use. If I C-g to quit the stdin prompt, my project no longer responds to file changes.
I’m assuming the compile exception probably has something to do with it, but have no idea what “Compile Exception: c” means and don’t know why it would hijack the minibuffer.
How do I go about resolving this?