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PGMig 0.6.0 is out! What's new: • More complete support for next.jdbc • Improved json and jsonb support by including PGObject jdbc extension • Updated to GraalVM 21.0.2. • Updated Clojure and dependencies • Docker image is based on the new graalvm/graalvm-ce base Release notes: Since this release you can even grab pre-built binaries for Linux/Mac/Windows here: Docker images available at Dockerhub:;ordering=last_updated Special thanks to @borkdude for SCI! Kamil

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Alex Miller (Clojure team)15:02:42

Clojure is now available • Reverted (case error message change from 1.10.2) - this change introduced a new var invoked from the code emitted by the case macro. This has compatibility issues in the case of aot compiling on 1.10.2, then using that compiled code with prior Clojure runtimes (where the var will not exist). Reverting this is the reason we have reopened Clojure 1.10.x. All changes from prior releases back to 1.8 were audited for this kind of issue, none were found. • Allow reader conditionals in prepl - thanks to Oliver Caldwell for the patch We do not expect any other changes in 1.10.3. Any help vetting this release would be appreciated prior to 1.10.3 release.

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Alex Miller (Clojure team)15:02:22

I hit the button slightly too soon here, release is actually not yet on maven central but it's on the way


Kicking off a full test suite run here with 1.10.3-rc1 but I would be shocked if it changes anything for us 🙂

Alex Miller (Clojure team)17:02:03

yeah, probably actually more useful to check for anything unexpected with prepl based tooling (like REBL)


I'm not using anything with a prepl right now, just the plain socket repl. I have it on my todo list to investigate Reveal's prepl chaining feature (but until I can persuade Chlorine/Clover to connect to a prepl that's pretty much on hold). I'll follow up in #clojure-dev with a question about that though...