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didibus05:01:06

This isn't the best stats, but it looks like its usage has drastically decreased since 2016: https://javalibs.com/artifact/org.clojure/core.match

didibus05:01:12

In comparison, cheshire is used 3516 times on GitHub

didibus05:01:59

And data.csv shows up 860 times in GitHub. So seems core.match is about on par with the popularity of data.csv

didibus05:01:28

Personally I'd vote for no, if it was a pod or a feature-flag sure. But I don't know, the thing is if you add it as default, it kind of becomes part of "standard babashka", and that seem to start to diverge from "standard Clojure" which doesn't include it by default.

borkdude08:01:15

@didibus The reason I looked into it was a thread on Reddit and a related issue on Github with now quite a lot of upvotes

borkdude08:01:53

Thanks for commenting on the Github issue!

borkdude08:01:05

@didibus btw, I find only 76 projects using that link?

borkdude08:01:07

when I include project.clj, I find 753 projects

didibus09:01:40

I added the counts for deps.edn and project.clj together, I thought I had pasted both links.

borkdude09:01:53

ah sorry, now I see it. I put them in one query, that also seemed to work

djblue16:01:54

Do you guys think it would be worth while adding https://github.com/jline/jline3 to babashka? I was thinking of implementing something like https://github.com/SBoudrias/Inquirer.js for clojure via jline3 and I think it would be really cool if it worked in bb.

borkdude16:01:50

@djblue You might be able to pull this off using a pod first, without adding something to bb. This is also how the pod-babashka-lanterna for TUI apps works: https://github.com/babashka/pod-registry/blob/master/examples/lanterna.clj

djblue16:01:03

I didn't know about this, I'll look into it, thanks!

borkdude16:01:34

Running bb examples/lanterna.clj from the pod registry repo should work

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dharrigan20:01:58

@borkdude no dedicated channel, so I'll say here carve is now available for those who use Arch as their development machine:

borkdude20:01:37

Feel free to PR this information to the repo

dharrigan20:01:14

ah yes, like the other one. I'll pull.

dharrigan20:01:55

done. PR open.