I’m just starting to use cider, after using Common Lisp/slime for 15+ years.
I wonder how a couple of concepts from slime translate to cider, if at all.
In Slime, I can press C-c C-c anywhere within an expression (in a source code file), and it with find the top level expression which the cursor is sitting inside, evaluate that expression, but not move the cursor. Can I do that in cider?
Also how can I evaluate a project? Sorry I don’t know if that question really makes sense, because I’m also just learning the leiningen concept as well. But it seems like the directory structure might contain lots of files, which need to be loaded in some particular order. What controls the order, and how can I tell cider to load them all in the correct order?