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2016-07-05
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myguidingstar07:07:07

@richiardiandrea: I don't get your answer. I wanted to trigger a force rebuild while a watch is still running

myguidingstar07:07:12

btw, I had another question: one way to share states between Boot builds is to put data in a file and read it. Is there another way, just from repl, something like an atom?

myguidingstar08:07:52

today question:

myguidingstar08:07:55

I can't start boot-cljs-repl from a boot repl because it open another nrepl port and confuse Emacs/cider. Is that expected?

myguidingstar08:07:29

I mean cljs-repl didn't reuse nrepl process from boot repl

esp113:07:21

quick q: is there a way to add local jars to the classpath in boot?

martinklepsch13:07:58

@esp1: without putting them into .m2?

martinklepsch13:07:52

I remember seeing a discussion and there was a way, forgot about it though

martinklepsch13:07:20

Not very helpful but I'd just suggest putting things in .m2 😄

esp113:07:53

cool, thx @alandipert !

esp115:07:07

one more q: is there a way to load native libraries in boot?

alandipert15:07:10

i think there might be, but nobody has tried afaik since https://github.com/boot-clj/boot/issues/185

esp115:07:00

i’m actually trying to use opencv as well. i can get it to work by appending a -Djava.library.path setting to BOOT_JVM_OPTIONS, but it’d be nicer to be able to do it within a boot task

esp115:07:24

looks like there was an alter-java-library-path! fn in the old version of boot: https://github.com/tailrecursion/boot/blob/master/src/tailrecursion/boot/classlojure/core.clj

esp115:07:30

i don’t see it in the current version of boot tho. that fn does work tho if i copy/paste it into my repl and use it that way

luke20:07:16

Is there a straightforward way to disable the pretty-printing of exceptions? Looks like boot itself is including the aviso pretty-printer

micha20:07:25

you mean like see the whole stack trace?

luke20:07:42

yeah, just as the JVM would give it to you without any of the enhancements.

micha20:07:48

you can use boot -vv ... for example

luke21:07:50

Hm, ok. That looks better. Thanks.

micha21:07:33

@luke: you can also use alter-var-root to override boot.pod/print-ex

micha21:07:47

sorry i mean boot.util/print-ex

luke21:07:58

Ah, ok. That looks like it.