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seancorfield/clj-new "0.7.6" -- -- supports multiple templates in a GitHub repo (suggestion by @tkjone) and conditional entries in a ->files call (suggestion by @dominicm) -- follow-up to #tools-deps

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Massive thanks to @viesti for adding Docker support to pack.alpha:

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thanks for your time on guiding the path @dominicm :)


clj-kondo v2019.07.05-alpha! 🍻 Features: faster parsing, misplaced docstrings follow up in #clj-kondo

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It's not that related to clj-kondo, but since you're using the konmari metaphor, I thought you might find this tweet-thread interesting:


Goes beyond the "does this unit test spark joy?" joke to try to consider what the equivalent question might be for code.


cljol (enhanced a bit since the previous announcement, and now includes a gallery of more example figures and how they were generated), some Clojure/Java code I wrote some time back to investigate the size of Java objects and how they refer to each other, inside a running JVM. Possibly useful if you are curious about memory usage of Clojure data structures, or how they are implemented internally.

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This is tremendously cool. Great for learning more about the internals.


@U0ENYLGTA thanks for the newest release! It addresses some of the pain points we experienced during integrating this library. I know that you don’t accept PRs, still there are some improvements in my WIP fork that fixes issues, might be useful for some folks who can’t wait. 🙂 Namely: - using so that the HTTP client body can be anything that is supported by the lib (open), instead of rolling your own protocol. It also removed lots of instance checking/manual type conversions in utils. - added the ability to override http client call at client + invoke site - add public endpoint to generate request map (as I think this is the primary value-add of your library along with handling of the response) - separate signing of request from sending it so HTTP client can modify headers, add custom User-Agent, etc. (also make it a client responsibility to sign so that other solutions can be used like: - using a faster json parser:


It’s not perfect, but I hope it gives you some ideas how some of the remaining items could be tackled. Cheers again! 🎉


@U08E8UGF7 thanks for the feedback and suggestions. Decoupling request generation, signing, and even the http-client itself are all on the radar. Stay tuned!

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seancorfield/depstar "0.2.4" -- -- includes an important security fix: if you're using 0.2.1, 0.2.2, or 0.2.3, please update to this new release! (follow-up to #tools-deps

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