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2020-01-08
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petr.mensik16:01:58

Hello guys, I just released a new library for working with Microsoft Exchange. It's built on top of ews-java-api so it simplifies communication with Exchange a lot. Any suggestions or PRs are very welcomed 🙂 https://github.com/pmensik/exchange-api

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eval202016:01:46

New release for deps-try - Quickly try out dependencies on rebel-readline. https://gitlab.com/eval/deps-try/tree/master#deps-try Updates: - rebel-readline now pprints return values (thanks to @dominicm) - invoke without dep Get Started

$ clojure -A:try clj-time
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user=> (require '[clj-time.core :as t])
user=> (t/now)
;; add additional dependencies
user=> :repl/try tick

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p-himik16:01:37

How is deps-try better than using -Sdeps? It's a bit less verbose (assuming deps-try is added in the user's clj config), but is there something I'm missing?

eval202017:01:45

It's indeed similar to (but way easier than) clojure -A:rebel -Sdeps '{:deps {foo {:mvn/version "RELEASE"} some-other {:mvn/version "RELEASE"}}}'. Additionally deps-try allows to add dependencies once the repl is running via :repl/try other-dep.

p-himik17:01:40

Ah, I can see that you use clojure.tools.deps.alpha.repl/add-lib - that's what I do myself. :) Nice!