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Alex Miller (Clojure team)04:12:33

New set of releases to move tools.deps.alpha to tools.deps • 0.16.1264 - this is a new lib (forked from tools.deps.alpha) with namespaces changed. To switch, you'll need to update your deps and remove the alpha in your requires. • 0.9.10 - this is a new lib split out from old t.d.a that contains the programs in the :deps alias (which you only use via that alias so no change from a user perspective). Splitting this out will let it vary independently from tools.deps. • 0.3.0 • Clojure CLI prerelease - mostly just switching to tools.deps chanages, but also sets -XX:-OmitStackTraceInFastThrow by default

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Rachel Westmacott12:12:20

I was just complaining to a colleague that -XX:-OmitStackTraceInFastThrow should really be on by default when he mentioned this change!

Alex Miller (Clojure team)13:12:25

dumbest default setting ever!

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Hey, thanks a lot for this, tools.deps has been all but alpha all this time, so it was about time to get rid of it. The old name didn't exactly inspire confidence to non-Clojure people and newcomers. 🙂 I noticed that the add-lib3 branch is still using the old namespaces. Any near-future plans to migrate that as well or (hopefully! 🤞) integrate it with the main branch? No pressure of course, I'm just asking because I actually add that dev dependency to all of my projects 😄

Alex Miller (Clojure team)14:12:55

hadn't thought about updating that yet, although I am spending a lot of time right now figuring out how to integrate it for reals, which will partially be in Clojure itself. I guess if enough people need it, I could do that update in add-libs3

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It's not a priority for me, I'm only using the branch to add/remove deps from the REPL during development, so I can just keep using it like I do now. For what it's worth I'd rather wait a bit more and get the functionality out of the box to be honest than have the add-lib3 branch updated sooner. 🙂 edit: it's great to hear that it's on your radar!


Non-alpha yay congrats! Ported the latest commits to deps.clj


only just seen this, this is great news! partyparrot

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starred it just because of the name

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I loved the name hahaha