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@crisptrutski: Awesome work on the cljs-test thank you sir using it for two days now without any hickups
thanks! @bensu also deserves a lot of credit for https://github.com/bensu/doo (i just made it bootiful)
Definitely cljs testing used to be absolutely horrible to setup, but @bensu fixed this
I'm testing the lein-generate task for cursive users as described on the wiki and it is failing so if anyone can help me out a bit I'd like to get it working. https://github.com/boot-clj/boot/wiki/For-Cursive-Users
What I'm not sure about is what's available for this sort of thing in a profile.boot file?
I haven't been using clojure for very long so I'm still getting my head around some of this.
Should a task defined in profile.boot show up in
boot -h? Because the
lein-generate task is not.
@meow: I am mostly talking about the fact that we have a private nexus where I would like to push and pull dependencies from with some credentials
mitchelkuijpers: you can add/change repos by setting options for
boot push -h manually after calling
bootlaces! I believe
@martinklepsch: Yeah that's what I am doing, but i was wondering if there is something to have some default repository mirrors for every boot project that boot tries in the spirit of a maven settings.xml file
Which brings me back to my question, why don't tasks defined in
profile.boot show up in
If I run
boot -h in my project directory I see the following:
deploy No description provided. dev Set env and task options for development use. enerate a leiningen `project.clj` file. pro Set env and task options for production use. run Serve cljs application in browser with reload and repl.
so it was there, but the task name is missing and the first letter of the docstring is blanked out
If I run
boot -h from an empty directory I get this:
Generate a leiningen `project.clj` file.
No immediate idea what that could be caused by. Also need to pack & run very soon
@martinklepsch: I updated the wiki page and added a suggestion that they add the code to their
I'll see if @micha or @alandipert or @juhoteperi have any idea why I'm seeing the weird results when I do
boot -h. I suspect it has something to do with Windows, perhaps.