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Is there a limit to the number of threads running inside babashka? If yes, is there a way to increase it?
Sure, I am trying to call multiple command line programs concurrently using babashka
think of calling a function with 10 parameters, but that could be handle asynchrnously.
Have you tested this with normal Clojure? I doubt this is specific to bb. It's not limited to 3 threads by default.
You don't need to use futures with babashka.process btw, processes are already their own process
Install a bb script as a brew-installable CLI: https://gist.github.com/borkdude/1a53bfff44fa3d4f262148e9e995a226
This is relatively close: https://github.com/littleli/scoop-garage/blob/master/say-hello.json
not really. In scoop the philosophy is that project should be fairly "enclosed" that's why you would have to distribute bb along with your script(s)
then I don't understand. when you install the clojure CLI which needs java, you can depend on the other java package. why not the same for bb
if you want to make a shim, that's a single executable. this program needs to sit in the same directory as the package
I understand. But when you install the clojure CLI, surely it won't install its own internal java?
Perhaps we can write a documentation page how to package your bb script as a brew/scoop CLI :)
I made: https://github.com/babashka/neil Feel free to add a scoop for it with a .bat shim which depends on bb and preferably re-uses it
we may need to add
neil.bat with command supporting windows. Then I can actually make a nice manifest with dependency and shim which just run babashka I think.
btw I have a feeling there is something spinning up here 🙂 do you plan to do a whole bunch of small useful utilities?
ok, if this should somehow spin off to a shape of a bigger thing (collection of scripts) let me know if you like to spin off a dedicated scoop bucket
hmm, you may want to do (github) releases. That makes checkver + autoupdate work for you.
checkver is checking for the new version... there is also a PS script checkver.ps1 and autoupdate basically do the automatic manifest update
then I can make a shim which will make it accessible the same as babashka itself is available
@UBLU3FQRZ Actually I did this for brew: https://github.com/babashka/homebrew-brew/blob/6ef53a05896337ead6adc890059b34bf7c5de268/Formula/neil.rb#L5 No need for release, you can directly get a zip from a commit
bank holiday refers to all public holiday... we have Czech Statehood day https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_holidays_in_the_Czech_Republic
So the behavior I was seing is that I am creating a list of argument with products between two sets
(for [a [1 2] b ["a" "b" "c"]] (process [a b])
and then process was executing the first group 1 x ["a" "b" "c] first, before executing the 2 x ["a" "b" "c].
I circumvent the behavior by making a flat list of arguments and then use map over that list.
could also be related in how you dereference the processes (if you're doing that). it's hard to say without seeing the program
@borkdude looks like babashka can not be installed on the default raspberry pi OS (formerly raspian) or is there a trick I’m missing? Happy to help improve the docs also when I figure it out. https://github.com/babashka/babashka/issues/241