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I wish I could just say "we don't support Safari"

Oliver George01:08:17

Bit of a segue but I am surprised that Windows is a second class citizen in Clojureland. Clojure seems to be driven by Unix/OSX lovers. Wonder if that hurts adoption.

Hugh Powell02:08:41

Presumably it runs quite well under WSL.

Hugh Powell02:08:26

Probably also means there hasn't been a lot of call for easy Windows use. Doesn't mean there wouldn't be a lot of use for it though.


I associate this with the JVM being less popular on Windows. It tends to skew towards Mac/Linux


The first time I ran Java was on Solaris 😄


There’s ClojureCLR, but I don’t see much of it