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seancorfield04:01:14

While this might look like a blog post, it's actually a New Year's Eve round-up of the main Clojure projects I maintain and their updates since August: https://corfield.org/blog/2019/12/31/releases/ -- expectations, honeysql, core.cache, core.memoize, java.data, java.jdbc, clj-new, depstar, next.jdbc, dot-clojure -- consider this a six-month summary of their releases. Follow-ups to #expectations #honeysql #clojure #sql #tools-deps as appropriate, or via DM.

practicalli01:01:58

https://clojars.org/seancorfield/clj-new only shows clj-new 0.8.3 and 0.8.4 fails on the command line when tried just now. Is this just slowness for clojars to update? 0.8.3 seems to be working just fine though :)

seancorfield02:01:51

Oops! I got distracted by work and forgot the most important step: deploy clj-new

seancorfield02:01:03

Thanks for the heads up. 0.8.4 is on Clojars now.

practicalli19:01:57

Seems like that's the maintainers equivalent of forgetting the attachment on an email 🙂 Thanks Sean, great work.

holyjak05:01:31

FYI, regarding Clj-new and --query it surprised it it isn't called --dry-run as is common but I guess there are good reasons...

seancorfield06:01:45

@U0522TWDA Well, it doesn't dry run the actual dependency fetching, and it provides more information about the template substitutions and what file/folder names would be created, with namespaces etc. So I felt -? / --query was more appropriate.

seancorfield06:01:09

(there's already a verbose option to display information about the dependency fetching -- at some point I may try to integrate a full "dry-run" approach)

Lu10:01:05

New year new version V1.1.0 🎆 Now fork has a convenient handler to perform real time server side validation, before a form is submitted. Check it out in the README https://github.com/luciodale/fork