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alexmiller19:03:04

Clojure 1.10.2-alpha1 is now available https://clojure.org/community/devchangelog#_release_1_10_2

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alexmiller19:03:46

ā€¢ https://clojure.atlassian.net/browse/CLJ-1472 Ensure monitor object is on stack, for verifiers ā€¢ https://clojure.atlassian.net/browse/CLJ-2502 Fix reflection warnings in clojure.stacktrace/print-stack-trace ā€¢ https://clojure.atlassian.net/browse/CLJ-2517 More fixes for invocation of static interface methods with primitive args

andy.fingerhut19:03:49

Auto-correct and emotional reactions lead to appearances of emotional instability šŸ™‚

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souenzzo19:03:51

Now we can (slowly) include clojure in a "java" android app?

andy.fingerhut19:03:19

Probably best discussed in #clojure or #clojure-android (I do not know if the second one is used much)

borkdude19:03:41

See also #graalvm where issue CLJ-1472 as a lot of impact

borkdude19:03:32

Upgraded all my main GraalVM CLIs to the newest Clojure

seancorfield21:03:39

We're running 1.10.2-alpha1 for dev at work. I'm running it on openjdk 14, I think my colleague is using openjdk 11 (which is what we have in production). Will report back if we find anything "odd".

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tony.kay19:03:21

Fulcro 3.1.17 released to Clojars, includes new support for React Hooks to expand compatibility with vanilla js React libraries. https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro http://book.fulcrologic.com/#_react_hooks_support

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jeff.terrell20:03:36

Netlify [1] now includes the Clojure CLI in its build image. [2] Netlify is a convenient, dev-friendly way to deploy and host static sites, with a generous free tier. I've written a minimalist static-site generator in Clojure [3] so that I can create sites ([4], [5]) with Markdown content, and it's easy to set up continuous deployment from GitHub/GitLab. It even lets you host custom domain names (bought separately) in the free plan. (I'm not affiliated, just a fan.) [1] https://www.netlify.com/ [2] https://github.com/netlify/build-image/pull/289 [3] https://gitlab.com/unc-app-lab/clj-ssg/ [4] https://comp590-s20.cs.unc.edu/ [5] https://gitlab.com/jeff.terrell/comp590-software-arch-website/

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Eccentric J20:03:52

Netlify is amazing!!!

deep-symmetry22:03:38

It was just last night that I needed them in a CI flow, and ended up having to self-install, this is excellent!

solf07:03:14

I was about to say the only issue I had with netlify was lack of server logs, but apparently they have. It costs 9usd/month/website though. It seems fair enough, but I don't really know the usual prices for that

fmjrey11:03:43

For a static site what kind of server logs do you really need? According to their doc (I'm no user but curious) the serverless function add-on available on the free tier also offers logs for the last hour.

jaihindhreddy01:03:19

Unrelated to post: Thanks a lot for posting your lectures on YouTube! Are very helpful šŸ”„

jeff.terrell03:03:13

Wow! Didn't realize people were actually watching them. But you're welcome!

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val_waeselynck18:03:03

Don't forget to mention the amazing immutable deployment features of Netlify, reminiscent of Datomic and Git šŸ˜‰ (also an unaffiliated fan)

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