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@juhoteperi Is it good practice, for a cljsjs package, to exclude as many JS package dependencies w/ corresponding cljsjs packages as possible? E.g. I think it’d be a good idea to exclude react and react-dom from cljsjs/auth0-lock, so users can apply :exclusions. But there’s also react-transition-group ( w/ corresponding cljsjs package ( Should we exclude that as well and depend on the cljsjs version? Are there any downsides to excluding as much as possible?


I guess we need to be careful that the required version of the JS package has a corresponding cljsjs package, i.e. the cljsjs one doesn’t fall behind by too much?