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2019-08-05
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slipset09:08:03

It seems like the default-config for setting up a clojure project on Circle is still using lein-2.7.1, which is soo last Friday. Any chances of Circle upgrading the default to a more recent version?

thumbnail12:08:10

just manually set to a higher version?

slipset13:08:45

Yeah, sure, but it’d be great if Circle had their examples/templates set to something current

seancorfield17:08:36

I would expect there's a GitHub repo somewhere for the CircleCI Clojure stack where you could create an issue...?

slipset18:08:51

Idea added, but I was sort of hoping that someone from Circle was lurking here and fix it off the books.

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Marc O'Morain08:08:50

Are you using docker?

Marc O'Morain08:08:35

We shouldn’t have all of the docker images from the clojure library available

Marc O'Morain08:08:51

So you can use any Lein version that is published.

slipset10:08:35

I understand this, my point is that when you set up a new clojure project in Circle, the sample .yml file has this line in it:

slipset10:08:44

- image: circleci/clojure:lein-2.7.1

slipset10:08:43

When you combine this with the “Copy to clipboard” button in step two, my laziness causes all my Clojure projects to be running with lein-2.7.1

slipset10:08:54

So my proposition is to change the line above in the sample .yml file to something like - image: circleci/clojure:lein-2.9.1

slipset14:08:47

[email protected]! I could’a done it myself

slipset14:08:47

Now, if I could only convince Circle to go directly https://circleci.com/dashboard when I’m logged in, I could retire 🙂