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borkdude08:11:46

Babashka 0.2.4 released! Featuring an all new pREPL implementation which is used by NextJournal to build a babashka notebook environment: http://nextjournal.com/try/babashka?cm6=1 See changelogs for more details: https://github.com/borkdude/babashka/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#v024

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borkdude12:11:40

Another news item: this project that works around some limitations of deps.edn also works with babashka. https://github.com/rejoice-cljc/interdep

Dig16:11:46

https://clj-commons.org/camel-snake-kebab/ used quite a bit in my bb scripting, might be a good one to include

borkdude16:11:49

Include where? docs? or in bb?

Dig17:11:22

bb it is small but useful

Dig17:11:03

it lives on the intersection of bash SCREAM_CASE to keywords, etc.

borkdude18:11:17

I'll consider it if the request comes up more often

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cheel18:11:51

I'm working on a new cli tool https://github.com/rorokimdim/stash Has basic babashka-pod support for scripting. I'd appreciate any feedback or pointers on improving babashka integration. Or the tool in general. Just throwing it out there as I think this might be the right crowd. Thanks for reading!

borkdude19:11:06

@amit.p.shrestha That's very cool. The pod even works from Python! And it's written in Haskell... 🤯

borkdude19:11:30

@amit.p.shrestha My feedback would be: maybe you could document the API which you can call from babashka. When I'm dropped into a REPL I have no idea what to do next.

cheel19:11:26

thanks @U04V15CAJ yep i will add try to document the apis better :thumbsup:

borkdude19:11:51

Also, the first Haskell pod. Great!

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cheel00:11:34

(added a table of available pod functions when repl starts up. but the docstrings in the code still needs lot of work)