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amarjeet15:05:44

Hello everyone, I have published two libraries that some of you might find useful :) 1. `memsearch` - A ClojureScript library to provide in-memory full-text indexing and search facilities. (https://github.com/coderafting/memsearch) 2. `humane-time` - A ClojureScript library to help produce meaningful statements out of date-time and intervals. (https://github.com/coderafting/humane-time

jrwdunham16:05:21

Hi all, My Clojure Gherkin testing library https://github.com/jrwdunham/tegere is in a usable state, so check it out if you're interested. It lets you specify tests using the simple https://cucumber.io/docs/gherkin/reference/ language and lets you implement the step execution in Clojure. It uses https://github.com/Engelberg/instaparse to parse the Gherkin and a bit of https://github.com/tonsky/datascript to implement the scenario filtering. Feedback welcome. Enjoy!

borkdude18:05:47

Babashka pods are an exciting new way to extend babashka dynamically with features provided by other programs. They are introduced in babashka v0.0.92 released today. Babashka pod documentation: https://github.com/borkdude/babashka/blob/master/doc/pods.md Follow up in #babashka

valtteri18:05:37

Really cool!

lilactown18:05:43

the links to example pods seem to be broken @

vlaaad18:05:01

Next up: babashka OS!

borkdude18:05:25

@ links fixed

markaddleman19:05:57

Babushka is a great operating system – it lacks a good emacs, though? 🙂

lukaszkorecki19:05:11

Really cool - reminds me somewhat of how Terraform plugins/providers are handled 👏

valtteri10:05:16

@ you can now hook emacs + CIDER nicely to Babashka with the recent nrepl support 😉

borkdude12:05:14

Babashka pods are now available on the JVM as well! https://github.com/babashka/babashka.pods