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let me see if I can get a min failure case, I have this weird setup where my org file generates everything, so it's ahrd to share atm
basically, I could share my org file, but people can't run it without my .emacs.d/init.el
however, the macro is defined as:
(defmacro compile-time-read-file [& rst] "Hello World")
back when I was using lein, I was able to get a single *.cljc file to comiple twice: to define the amcro in the clj compilation then to use it via (:require-macros [name-of-self-namesapce]) to use the amcros in cljs apparently this doesn't work with whatever boot setup I have right now
yeah, different namespaces = works same namesapce = does not work, despite http://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/CLJS-1782
@ag tmux and the lack of
reattach-to-user-namespace also often cause issues with programmatic notifications
boot reload —help should show a
on-jsload option or similar. That’s what you’re looking for I think
@tbrooke last I checked my builds still weren't working on Netlify. It's either the boot version was older than I was running or they haven't quite figured it out yet.
I made a serious push for boot to be made a priority. Even though they say that they don't normally make it a priority to get have languages/build tool set up until at least a couple of people ask for it.
Personally hasn't been a priority for me to have automatic builds yet as I have been working on some more critical pieces to my own code. So I haven't pushed for it for a while.
@grounded_sage I’ll ask them too - I know most folks use S3 but Netlify is fast, cheap, free wth the banner, and provides a lot of convenience get it set and you could could crank out Perun or even Hoplon sites in no time
Hello! Can I run boot-environ with .lein-env to get easily keys in the :keys map in my repo map?
If not, how can I use the env function of boot-environ inside the :repositories map?
I'm trying to get my datomic credentials inside my datomic repo with boot-environ
@tbrooke: yea S3 is great though I'm interested in SPA development. So handling auto deployments and feature branches are big wins for me. I'm also convinced they are on the money with a lot of decisions they make to be a worthwhile investment.
how can I get vals from .boot-env with the environ task? in the docs it's only showing how to set
@vinnyataide: shameless self-promotion, but I wrote a blog on using datomic pro with boot. It doesn't use environ, but it does use environment variables and (I think) has a reasonable discussion of what you need to do to get things working and why seemingly obvious things won't necessarily work
jesus then we're back again with why sequence of operations matters, I was trying to pull datomic before adding the repository, shame! your blog pointed that out, now I think I can work with environ
just made datomic creds work with environ in a .boot-env file 😄 made a little adjustment in @geoffs files and good to go, but now I have 3 set-env!'s, is that normal?
One thing that I would be cognizant of though is that having multiple
set-env!s with dependencies in them can cause Aether's transitive dependency resolution algorithm to fail in strange ways because you're not giving it the full set of dependencies to resolve at any one time.
I don't personally have much experience, but just thinking about it, I would try and make sure that your main app dependencies are all in the same (probably final?)
set-env! and put
boot task related things together before that.
@geoffs ohhhh that seems more like it, two concerns of course, one for my deps conf and other for my system itself... gonna refactor that
@geoffs one concern though is that one set-env! is for setting the datomic repository and the other is to get datomic itself
hmm, you should be able to set the datomic repository in the same
set-env! as where you declare the datomic dependency
I thought I'd gotten there with the examples in my blog post, but I see I did not. so maybe you can't? Seems like it should work though...
Is there a way to attach the build timestamp to locally
installed SNAPSHOT builds? If I do a simple
boot pom jar install, it will install a jar into my local maven without the build timestamp (e.g.
myproject-0.1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar). However, if I do
boot pom jar push, it will push a timestamped version of the jar to my repository (e.g.