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2018-11-01
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dave01:11:26

i was just cleaning up space on my hard drive and i realized that my boot cache had grown to 41 GB! definitely good to blow that away every now and then 😅

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kwmiebach13:11:13

Hi. I am starting with clojure+boot. I can compile an example and the jar is written, but i cannot find it. How can I find out, where it was written?

nha14:11:21

missing target maybe?

kwmiebach14:11:35

thank you @nha - I am not sure how to define the target. I tried 'boot target -d target .....' and I also tried adding :target-path "target/" to the (set-env! :dependencies in build.boot. None of this resulted in a file inside the target/ directory in my project

kwmiebach14:11:37

I am also unsure, if I have to set the target in a separate line like boot target -d target followed by boot aot pom uber jar or all at once like boot target -d target aot pom uber jar

kwmiebach14:11:12

I tried adding -- but boot target -d target -- aot pom uber jar also resulted in an empty target directory

kwmiebach14:11:03

When I search in my home directory I can only find the jar in a cache directory:

kwmiebach14:11:28

Like ~/.boot/cache/tmp/home/kwmiebach/c/clojure-boot/dd6/-7bl902/fib-1.0.0.jar

dominicm14:11:10

@kwmiebach all at once, with target at the end

dominicm14:11:31

boot aot target -d foo

kwmiebach15:11:35

that worked for me at last @dominicm thank you.