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phreed00:11:43

I am working through the simple porting issues first. @micha can I get back to you on this?

phreed00:11:31

When I was looking at this before I thought maybe the boot.sh and boot.exe of boot-bin could be replaced with a single PowerShell script boot.ps1.

micha00:11:40

sure, i think that's probably true

flyboarder02:11:37

Hey guys, im working on a nodejs server task https://github.com/degree9/boot-nodejs it's not working yet but maybe someone else can take a look, node is spawning but doesn't seem to do anything.

flyboarder02:11:49

It's built after boot-jetty

flyboarder02:11:24

wait never mind! I am crazy it does work!

richiardiandrea02:11:06

@flyboarder I just had a look at it and indeed it seems fine :)

flyboarder02:11:44

@richiardiandrea thanks!

flyboarder02:11:02

blog post can continue 😛

richiardiandrea02:11:48

I guess it is immensely faster than boot-http?

richiardiandrea02:11:18

Still wonder because you are still inside the jvm ;)

flyboarder02:11:21

I don't know, it's running but not loading my app yet 😛

flyboarder02:11:34

it's for a cljs app

richiardiandrea02:11:34

Oh ok, so the objective is to reload cljs files? I might need that soon and therefore help you on it

flyboarder02:11:11

yeah the idea is to be able to reload the cljs server

flyboarder02:11:39

it's funny the electron version I wrote works better

richiardiandrea02:11:47

I also thought figwheel could do it, maybe there is some interesting code over there?

flyboarder02:11:51

possibly, but I think for node it needs to restart the process

richiardiandrea02:11:33

Oh oh interesting

mccraigmccraig10:11:29

is there a way to add directories to the classpath of a pod in make-pod ? my pods seem to get the :source-paths and :resource-paths of the parent env but changing :source-paths or :resource-paths in the env given to make-pod doesn't seem to do anything

flyboarder14:11:30

@mccraigmccraig: change the env when passing to make-pod

mccraigmccraig14:11:52

@flyboarder you mean change the parent env directly with set-env! rather than updateing the env value given to make-pod ?

flyboarder15:11:32

No no change it when passing the map to make-pod or try setting the env within the pod

mccraigmccraig15:11:57

hmm. i was already trying that - it didn't seem to work

mccraigmccraig15:11:41

(by 'that' i mean updating the map to make-pod)

micha17:11:14

@mccraigmccraig you want to add to :directories rather than :source-paths or :resource-paths, because pods don't really have a concept of source vs resource etc

mccraigmccraig18:11:53

that makes sense @micha, thanks!