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bronsa11:10:58

@alexmiller: should we also have a direct-linking=true config on contrib test matrices?

alexmiller12:10:39

I've started working on that. It's more complicated and affects a lot more people.

alexmiller16:10:43

@bronsa: hey, any chance you could update the dependencies in tools.analyzer.jvm on the next release to newest core.memoize and tools.reader?

alexmiller16:10:25

also, wondering if you plan to do a 1.0 for tools.reader ?

alexmiller16:10:37

noticed the 0.10 numbers... :)

bronsa16:10:55

after some more cljs testing, possibly

bronsa16:10:58

what's the procedure for 1.0 contrib btw?

bronsa16:10:14

IIRC Rich has to approve it?

alexmiller16:10:42

as far as I'm concerned it's up to you

alexmiller16:10:58

I don't think Rich has to approve it

alexmiller16:10:27

you're the project maintainer and I consider you to be the judge of its 1.0-ness

bronsa17:10:08

Specifically "The first release of a contributed library with a major version number of "1" requires approval by Clojure/core."

alexmiller17:10:21

I think tools.reader passes that bar

bronsa17:10:40

well then I guess we'll have 1.0 soon simple_smile

alexmiller17:10:57

as a member of Clojure/core I approve it :)

bronsa18:10:17

@alexmiller: to be more clear about the eastwood issue wrt :rettag -- it's not a clojure bug. I just don't want (nor do I want @andy.fingerhut) to waste any amount of time changing code to account for what seems to be a worthless change

bronsa18:10:27

and if you know how I feel about the tag/type-hinting situation in clojure, you'll understand why I'm this bothered about it simple_smile

bronsa18:10:47

@alexmiller: it looks like t.a.jvm already depends on the last core.memoize

alexmiller18:10:04

ah, you're right

alexmiller18:10:14

I mis-read the commit log for core.memoize

alexmiller18:10:02

looks like it needs a release, which vaguely reminds me of the last time I worked on this

alexmiller18:10:33

if only I remembered anything else about it :)

alexmiller18:10:05

guess I'll throw that one on the pile :)

alexmiller19:10:21

@bronsa: ok, so I was actually right - there core.memoize 0.5.7 was released in January (by me) but I never updated the readme

alexmiller19:10:32

but I have now done so

bronsa19:10:06

ah, that's what it was then

bronsa19:10:10

ok I'll update the dependency