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2020-07-14
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d.ian.b17:07:05

hello, to use pods I have to install and use the latest babahska version?

d.ian.b17:07:31

i've tried clojure -Spath -Sdeps '{pod-babashka-etaoin {:git/url "" :sha "96789d7f3bcc9d7359677ce746d306cd5609c371"}}'

d.ian.b17:07:50

before rlwrap bb

d.ian.b17:07:11

user=> (require '[babashka.pods :as pods])
nil
user=> (pods/load-pod "./pod-babashka-etaoin")
java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "./pod-babashka-etaoin": error=2, No such file or directory [at line 3, column 1]

d.ian.b17:07:14

got this =(

borkdude17:07:48

@d.ian.b There are two things off here. With -Sdeps you still have to write {:deps ... }. The other issue is that pods aren't normal classpath dependencies, but binaries you have to download separately.

d.ian.b17:07:41

yeah, thanks 😃

d.ian.b17:07:23

I use Arch Linux, got some tip or I have to package the pods?

borkdude17:07:37

On Linux you can install this specific pod with linuxbrew. The other option is to manually download it from Github releases and put it on your path.

d.ian.b17:07:37

hum 🤔

lee18:07:58

heya @borkdude, I found a little oddity today and created a github issue for it: https://github.com/borkdude/babashka/issues/508

borkdude18:07:33

Yes, I noticed it and just responded. Thanks for reporting

lee18:07:42

Coolio! I’ll give it a whirl sometime tomorrow!