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^ this is awesome 🎉 @juhoteperi
boot watch all-jars with partial rebuilds is going to be a thing!
And instead of using with-env/with-dir it would be possible to select the files using sift include
I think the issue with using plain sift would be mostly that you cannot go back to the original fileset so you can pass it to following tasks?
a cool thing about the new binary is that you can run any version of boot with it, back to boot 2.0.0
i made the loader a java program instead of a shell script because this way it has no external dependencies
what do you all think about adding something like
with-scope to the built-in tasks? https://github.com/boot-clj/boot/compare/boot-builds-boot#diff-0a1425bd66240468daf4c256a411ce75R125
Someone ideas what could make the build fail here? https://travis-ci.org/boot-clj/boot/builds/87538853
@pandeiro: Hey there, I think I may have found a solution for https://github.com/pandeiro/heroku-buildpack-boot/issues/3
@pandeiro: Although now it fails installing the latest boot.sh. I'll investigate that as well to see if I can get the whole thing to work before I send a pull request.
Ok. I was looking for an easy way to deploy a web app built via boot. I don't even care if it's heroku. Are there other alternatives?
@jannis: digitalocean and uberjar are pretty handy. also dokku could work nicely with boot I guess
@martinklepsch: Dokku would be cool but I'd have to bring my old vServer up to date first, I guess. 😉 And DigitalOcean have no free option. This is just for a small demo project.
@jannis: you can use boot's web and war tasks to make a .war you can easily deploy to heroku
@jannis: combine with https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/war-deployment#deployment-with-the-heroku-toolbelt
@micha: I don’t know why we should hold of stuff. Also smaller changeset will make troubleshooting easier.
but please tell me some ideas why the build fails: https://travis-ci.org/boot-clj/boot/builds/87538853 😄
wait ignore me. seems it must be some issue with my rebasing skills it now fails too for me
I guess the issue is that in aether there is 1.6 with
:scope “compile” and in pod its with
:scope “provided” — probably compile overrides the provided bit
@micha: so did I understand right that the new boot.sh kind of acts like a version manager as well? i.e. I can run any version of boot I want?
@micha: ok i think it's related to bringing in versions of clj...
boot -d org.clojure/clojure:1.3.0 repl
clojure.lang.ExceptionInfo: loader constraint violation: loader (instance of java/net/URLClassLoader) previously initiated loading for a different type with name "clojure/lang/Compiler$Expr"