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2020-10-22
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alexmiller14:10:30

Clojure tools (clj) https://clojure.org/releases/tools#v1.10.1.727 is now available: • Fix clj -X:deps tree adding tools.deps.alpha to tree • Fix clj -X:deps mvn-pom adding tools.deps.alpha to pom deps • Fix clj -X:deps git-resolve-tags not working • https://clojure.atlassian.net/browse/TDEPS-152 - Fix clj -X:deps mvn-install on jar to also install embedded pom • Fix clj -Spom not respecting dep modifications from -A (regression)

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helios15:10:09

Happy to announce the release of Lazo: https://github.com/nextjournal/lazo This is how we at Nextjournal keep our open source repositories in sync with our main repo. Interested in the feedback you might have.

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dominicm16:10:27

Why this rather than a subtree? (Not a submodule)

helios18:10:06

The main idea is to streamline the flow for the monorepo and ourselves. So, from a practical point of view our main repo is completely oblivious to the fact that there are other repositories out there, so nothing has to change internally

Lennart Buit18:10:24

The real question here is whether lazo is being opensourced from that monorepo with lazo :p

dominicm18:10:43

Other than doing the push, isn't that what a subtree does?

acron08:10:11

Subtrees are harder to retrofit

athomasoriginal13:10:32

I was looking for a project like this for one of my monorepos. Thanks!!

slipset17:10:12

https://github.com/slipset/deps-deploy is now available in version 0.1.3, Thanks to @cch1 who nudged me to finally fix signing artifacts.

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bringe22:10:58

https://github.com/BetterThanTomorrow/calva version 2.0.129 is out with improved stack traces in the (relatively) new output/repl window! Visual demo in the docs: https://calva.io/output/#stack-traces. Join us in #calva for feedback, help, or to chat! • Stack traces now more closely resemble the output of `clojure.repl/pst` . • You can ctrl+click (cmd+click on Mac) the file names in the stack trace to navigate to the respective line (for Clojure files). • You can hover over symbol names in the stack trace to see the symbol documentation, as in normal code files. • You can ctrl-click (cmd+click on Mac) the symbols to Peek Definition, as in normal code files.

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just.sultanov22:10:09

Hi, everyone! A Clojure(Script) library for unified responses v1.0.0 has been released with a stabilized API and some extra helper functions and macros. Happy hacking! https://github.com/anywhere-ninja/unifier

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