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anmonteiro14:08:37

While :use is supported at the NS declaration level, REPLs only support import and require. @dnolen: has this ever come up? worth creating a ticket to add support for use in REPLs?

dnolen14:08:22

@anmonteiro: I think someone mentioned it before but I’ve been too lazy to implement it myself. Sure!

anmonteiro14:08:44

seems like a useful addition. I’ll create a ticket

anmonteiro14:08:06

@dnolen: worth adding use-macros too, even though we have implicit macro inference now?

dnolen15:08:07

@anmonteiro: yeah for completeness that makes sense

anmonteiro16:08:29

@dnolen: OK it was incredibly easy to make this one work

anmonteiro16:08:11

@dnolen: playing around with this I remembered something else. With the support for :rename now in place, shouldn’t we also support refer-clojure at the REPL?

dnolen16:08:42

@anmonteiro: sure though I suspect people would use that one quite a bit less

anmonteiro16:08:25

@dnolen: agreed, definitely a very minor issue. I’ll create a ticket for completeness nevertheless

dnolen19:08:51

same question for 1708 and 1707

mfikes19:08:04

OK, will take a look

mfikes19:08:02

I’m going to see if I can fix CLJS-1731 as it’s important for ensuring the other bootstrapped tickets are OK to apply.

darwin21:08:32

just added a FAQ section to cljs-zone: https://github.com/binaryage/cljs-zones#faq ideas/comments welcome, especially how to make it play well with core.async :slightly_smiling_face:

mfikes21:08:02

The cljs.spec.test macros namespace now employs eval, which presents a challenge for bootstrapped ClojureScript: Since the namespace must be compiled as ClojureScript in that environment, an eval would need to be fashioned for this purpose. I bet it can be done with a little work. I shake my fist at Alex :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

dnolen21:08:48

I just cut 1.9.183 it’s mostly for testing purposes especially getting cljs.spec in sync with Clojure 1.9.0-alpha10, please give it a spin when you get a chance

dnolen21:08:32

would like to cut an official release by Friday - so looking for show stopping issues