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2017-06-09
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donaldball13:06:59

Good morning, fellow booties. Is there some feature I’m missing by which one can inform boot/aether to load this set of dependencies from this (e.g. private) maven?

dominicm14:06:57

donaldball: set-env takes a :repositories key, you can conj onto it ofc.

donaldball14:06:50

Oh, sure, sorry, I’m not being clear. Can you tell boot/aether to load this set of dependencies from this maven and that set of dependencies from that maven?

dominicm14:06:59

Not familiar with that behaviour, someone else might be though

richiardiandrea16:06:22

Uhm never heard of that either but it seems like something you might want to do, I'd check here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Aether

donaldball16:06:47

That’s interesting. It seems like a sane security precaution for folk building projects that mix private and public artifacts, to forestall the possibility that malicious outsider might register a public artifact with the same identity as a private one.

richiardiandrea16:06:19

I was looking for aether repo priorities or something similar. There is the concept of remote vs local repositories but I haven't necessitated exploring them deeper

richiardiandrea16:06:58

Also unfortunately it is very hard to find docs for aether

richiardiandrea16:06:27

Most of the time you end up reading the javadoc

juhoteperi16:06:57

The repositories are checked in order they are setup so just make sure your private repos are checked first

juhoteperi16:06:43

Not sure if boot/lein checks the first repository first or last

donaldball16:06:40

Awesome, thanks!

dominicm17:06:58

From a purity point of view. It would be nice to prevent Datomic from distributing hiccup

dominicm20:06:14

hmm, link didn't send

dominicm20:06:29

not possible

dominicm20:06:56

Which sucks, because if Datomic got hacked, and started serving the next hiccup version, it would be a bad situation.

kanwei17:06:42

Does anyone know how to get STDOUT to print to the boot window?

kanwei17:06:59

Trying to get logging setup and nothing is showing in the boot dev window

lxsameer20:06:58

hey folks, can i use figwheel with boot like how i use it with lein ?

dominicm20:06:18

lxsameer: @ You can if you really like. https://github.com/boot-clj/boot-figreload/ exists. But boot-reload is more common amongst boot users.

lxsameer21:06:55

@ i used it once. back then it was too slow in compare to figwheel

dominicm21:06:12

@ I don't share that experience at all.

lxsameer21:06:17

do you have project with that ?

dominicm21:06:01

https://github.com/juxt/edge (warning: slow startup due to it auto-starting the web server & auto-requiring everything)