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This is a follow up question to my previous asked in #C08BDAPRA channel. Now I realize that it most likely is not even boot question, more ClojureScript. But this is in the boot context.
Learning boot-cljs now and I am trying to include some old good JS code. This is the snippet: https://github.com/coreasync/boot-cljs-example/commit/7707
Question: while completely arbitrary
foo.bar2 is necessary to be required in "core.cljs" (as otherwise ClojureScript will not see
js/foo), it seems to have no effect other than somehow making
js/foo available. I guess, I am asking if this code is correct way to import JS into ClojureScript (and later Hoplon).
Would appreciate a hint here.
(boot noob): Trying to run
boot install on a forked project, and it fails with the following message:
clojure.lang.ExceptionInfo: java.lang.Exception: can't find jar file. Tried running
boot jar first. But it didn’t help. Any ideas?
@vikeri: boot does not carry any state across invocations, so if you want the install task to see the jar these tasks need to be in the same pipeline/invocation.
hello fellow boot users! I’m using danielsz/system and was wondering if there is a way to make boot-system stop the system cleanly on Ctrl+C. Any ideas?
ctrl-c sends a sigint right? i'm not sure if you can pre-empt the JVM's reception of the signal, which would run shutdown handlers but you cant stop the shutdown in a handler
maybe you can handle the signal in user code though, i've done that before for HUP - https://github.com/alandipert/reconfig/blob/master/src/org/dipert/reconfig.clj#L36-L43
at least when i have a
boot repl open and i ctrl-c, it kills the current thread, not the jvm
i guess it also depends if you want system shutdown on jvm shutdown, or if this is something you want to do repetitively w/in a single jvm
@micha: btw adding
:as-jars true as an option to
uber reduced the time for
boot uberjar to 6 secs on osx
@esp1: what happens in incremental compile? like if you add the
boot watch uberjar and you change the clojure namespace?
that should not be doing a lot of writing to the jar, it should update the jar in place
yeah incremental is much better. i removed the
:as-jars option and the initial uberjar takes > 1min, but incremental ones take 6-8 secs
one other q: i’m trying to set the target path using the
-t boot option, but if i do e.g.
boot -t foo target it writes to the default
target directory instead of
foo. this is with boot 2.6.0
am i misunderstanding how to use this option or does it simply not work?
boot -e target-path=foo target also doesn’t work in the same way
hm, looks like it just doesn’t work. the
target task has this binding, which has a hardcoded default that doesn’t consider cli args or anything
(let [dir (or (seq dir) ["target”]). maybe the
-t option should be removed from the cli? it’s kind of misleading to have it there
just because that's how all build tools do it, we didn't really consider the implications
How do I deploy my ClojureScript frontend with the rest of my Clojure app to Heroku via CircleCI? Do I use boot for this, or do I need to use Leiningen on Heroku? I presume I’ll need to make changes to circle.yml.
it seems that it only happens if I define a data reader that another project already declares
Does anyone have an example of a build that does subprojects within a master project? I’m writing a library that has sample applications. I want to build them all at once with the same deps & env.
then you can use the low-level boot.App api to start new instances of boot inside of boot
Boot-less has one approach which works without boot-in-boot: https://github.com/Deraen/less4clj/blob/master/build.boot
@mtnygard: Not that I can think of, but have tried to use it with different kind of projects (lib + boot + lein packages is kind of special case)
IIRC there is no currently good way to add metadata, other than selecting files using regex, which is not any better solution
It would be useful if files knew their original source-path, then that could be used
i guess the boot-in-boot approach has the advantage that different submodules can have different dependencies etc
Boot-in-boot. I want to build my samples under a few different Clojure versions, so the isolation helps.