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@martinklepsch can I just say that this is the best thing ever? :dancer: no more Codox for me!
By now it’s a bunch more people than just me but it’s always super nice to hear people’s excitement and positive feedback so thanks for coming by and taking the time :)
hmm, speaking of, I just noticed that a library of mine (java-http-clj) fails to build: https://circleci.com/gh/martinklepsch/cljdoc-builder/7411#tests/containers/0
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: java.net.http.HttpClient, compiling:(java_http_clj/core.clj:1:1)
Is there a “one-liner” for generating docs for some code in a directory? I tried following the directions and I just kept getting stack traces.
Since John and I are having different experiences, I figure I might ask if that is an intended use case?
The stack traces were really hard for me to comprehend and I just gave up after spend some time with it.
If its welcome, I’d like to offer a patch for the command line interface that verifies some of the options passed. I’m under the impression that I’ve done something wrong and triggered a code path that cljdoc is not considering.
@martinklepsch Sure. Essentially what I wanted to ask about and help with was the command line arguments.
I’m about to head out soon but I’ll see if I can put together a script or something that step-by-step triggers the problem.
Sounds good! Let us know if you get stuck. And would rather just talk things through here. All valid :)
@schmee re jdk11: what you found is the state of affairs, please leave a note in the issue that this affects you. You have an explicit invitation to +1 🙃
Maybe this could be handy for cljdoc: https://gist.github.com/borkdude/a600082397bb4f81de5173fe8a19e890 Background: some project.clj use read-eval, but evaluating it isn't always safe. This offers a controlled way