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seancorfield02:08:55

@mark.davidson The older versions of the library are all still available -- the book should specify which version of java.jdbc it is using and if you use that version, the code will work.

seancorfield02:08:15

Also, if you do decide to use 0.7.8, you won't need to specify the :classname because it should use that newer driver class name automatically (that wasn't true of 0.7.7 and earlier).

seancorfield02:08:22

BTW, there's a #sql channel if you need to go deep on java.jdbc etc.

mark.davidson18:08:22

Thank you for pointing me to that channel and for your advice on jdbc versions. I think I’m going to with 0.7.8 and work with it.

seancorfield18:08:03

I'm the maintainer, so if you run into any issues, I'll be happy to dive deep in #sql 🙂

zachary.randolph14:08:59

Hello all, I'm brand new to clojure and I'm trying to create a new project using lein and the figwheel-main template. The problem that I'm running into, however, is whenever I run lein new figwheel-main life.game -- --react I get an error:

Failed to resolve version for figwheel-main:lein-template:jar:RELEASE: Could not find metadata figwheel-main:lein-template/maven-metadata.xml in local (C:\Users\e79218\.m2\repository)
Failed to resolve version for figwheel-main:lein-template:jar:RELEASE: Could not find metadata figwheel-main:lein-template/maven-metadata.xml in local (C:\Users\e79218\.m2\repository)
This could be due to a typo in :dependencies, file system permissions, or network issues.
Could not find template figwheel-main on the classpath.

bhauman14:08:09

@zachary.randolph looks like you aren’t online or you may have a .cpcache in your directory?

bhauman14:08:37

either way it looks like its only trying to resolve dependencies locally

bhauman14:08:08

forget the .cpcache thing

bhauman14:08:36

thats for tools.deps and I see you are using lein

zachary.randolph14:08:00

well I'm fairly sure I'm online, given we're talking, but yeah.... Not really sure what to do here

seancorfield15:08:19

@zachary.randolph It could also be file system permissions. e79218 is the user you are logged in as on Windows? Which version of Windows?

its.ramzi16:08:35

@seancorfield I am able to launch a Jetty server that produces a GUI that has an input that is making an Ajax call that is returning 0. How can I "catch" the Ajax call Jetty-side?

seancorfield16:08:38

@its.ramzi Please stop @-ing me. I've given you all the help I can. I don't know how to help you at this point, sorry.