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2015-10-27
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emperorcezar03:10:03

I’m attempting to work through living closure, got to the part where I’m trying to build an uber jar and getting the following error when I run lein run Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: Could not locate aync_tea_party/core__init.class or aync_tea_party/core.clj on classpath. Please check that namespaces with dashes use underscores in the Clojure file name.

emperorcezar03:10:07

Ugh. NM. I see my typo

dos08:10:00

hello, everyone

dos08:10:24

does anyone work with http://atom.io ?

dos08:10:15

need help, what package to install in order to compile and run clojure

roberto14:10:38

I think most people use either Emacs or Cursive.

dnolen14:10:52

while that maybe true there are many folks that use Vim, Sublime Text, Light Table, etc.

dnolen14:10:56

these can all be made to work

dnolen14:10:21

usually the tradeoff is how much REPL integration you want

marshall14:10:59

@dos: Are you already familiar with one (or more) of the editors mentioned? If so, it’s usually easiest to stick with what you know already. There are pretty good options for integration for most of them and you’ll have less fun learning Clojure if you’re trying to figure out your editor/environment at the same time

roberto14:10:34

yeah, pick an editor that supports paredit because it is no fun writing clojure code without paredit.

peterbak17:10:54

how do I make "lein repl" pick up dependencies that I add to project.clj?

roberto17:10:24

it should pick it up when you restart

roberto17:10:27

are you using emacs?

roberto17:10:45

if you are using emacs, alembic will load them for you

peterbak18:10:56

doesn't work from either command line or emacs

peterbak18:10:21

"lein compile" works fine

roberto18:10:24

yeah, that is weird

roberto22:10:39

what do I need to do to ring handlers so I stop getting “Invalid anti-forgery token” error on api endpoints?