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Alex Miller (Clojure team)04:10:54 v0.6.1 515b334 is now available: β€’ compile-clj - TBUILD-20 - fix regression with including class dir on classpath β€’ copy-dir - add option to copy but not replace binary files by extension

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org.flatland/ordered 1.15.10 is out, with thanks to clj-commons. Ordered offers map and set variants that maintain insertion order. This release adds a ClojureScript implementation of the map type. (follow-up in #clj-commons).

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ingesol10:10:20, an FSM interface for, has had its first release. It’s implemented using

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com.walmartlabs/lacinia 1.0 and lacinia-pedestal 1.0 Lacinia is an open-source implementation of the GraphQL specification, in Clojure. GraphQL is an outstanding approach to getting diverse clients and servers exchanging data cleanly and efficiently. GitHub repo: Documentation: It's been our goal since the initial release of Lacinia in 2017 to produce a GraphQL library that was stable, performant, easy to use, and true to the specification. We at Walmart, along with a number of outside contributors, have spent the last ten months adding new features, overcoming limitations, and improving performance, while deploying these libraries to servers handling millions of requests per day. Featured changes in 1.0: - detection of infinite cycles due to fragments calling themselves - merging subtrees caused by fragment selections - schema navigation: expose the compiled schema's contents via the select-type API lacinia-pedestal adds support for accessing Lacinia GraphQL as an HTTP endpoint GitHub repo: Documentation: 1.0 contains a small bug fix

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