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Two more questions: In Cursive I think that I need to use deps.edn so the IDE recognizes what dependencies are used. Are bb.edn and deps.edn interchangeable in Babashka?


Cursive has built-in support for babashka.


star-file-star (can't quote ok my phone) does not seem to be available when i run bb -m, it returns "<expr>"


*file* is bound when evaluating the file, not when executing a function from that file when the file was already evaluated, similar to how it works in Clojure


If it works differently from Clojure, then please let me know, it should work the same


loving the > Fast native Clojure scripting runtime tagline on To the point, and exactly why Babashka matters.

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Kari Marttila20:12:07

Any idea why do I see this when running babashka:

WARNING: Can't parse proxy info - found:  - proceeding without using proxy!
My environment:
λ> bb version
babashka v0.7.0
λ> java --version
openjdk 11.0.13 2021-10-19
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 11.0.13+8-Ubuntu-0ubuntu1.20.04)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 11.0.13+8-Ubuntu-0ubuntu1.20.04, mixed mode, sharing)
λ> clj --version
Clojure CLI version
λ> cat /etc/*-release
VERSION="20.04.3 LTS (Focal Fossa)"


@kari.marttila Do you have a http_* environment variable set?


https_proxy or similar

Kari Marttila21:12:54

Probably not in that machine. I was wondering why it didn't complain anything in my workstation but in the target machine where I'm running this cabin sensor babashka script it gave that warning.

Kari Marttila21:12:09

Ok. Thanks. I'll fix that.

Kari Marttila21:12:35

Babashka rules ok. 🙂

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You can now install a SNAPSHOT release from master, to try out new features.

$ curl -sLO 
$ chmod +x install
$ ./install --version 0.7.1-SNAPSHOT --dir bb-dev
Successfully installed bb in bb-dev
$ bb-dev/bb --version
babashka v0.7.1-SNAPSHOT