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alexmiller00:10:04

a while ago, you could check the commit history of that file

alexmiller00:10:00

the matrix of project x clojure version x java version had just gotten out of hand and was pushing both disk space on the box and time to run the full suite so I turned off a lot of old versions

seancorfield00:10:12

Last State of the Union -- what was the % on 1.6 or earlier?

seancorfield00:10:56

6% are 1.7 or older...

seancorfield00:10:27

Looks like nearly all that is 1.7...

andy.fingerhut00:10:59

Do you see 1.6 and earlier broken out from 1.7 anywhere in the 2019 survey? I see 3.31% on 1.7 and earlier, but don't see any information that separates that out in more detail.

andy.fingerhut00:10:32

2018 survey results have Clojure 1.6 and earlier as 1%, with separate answer for 1.7 at 6%. That whole collection went down to 3.3% in 2019 survey results.

alexmiller00:10:49

If you’re using a version of Clojure that old, I’m going to say it’s easier to upgrade than find a working set of old deps

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seancorfield00:10:12

@andy.fingerhut Sorry, I was looking at the State of Clojure 2018 which said 6% were 1.7 or earlier... is there a more recent or more nuanced write up?

seancorfield00:10:50

Hah, why did I think that 2018 would be this year's review?

seancorfield00:10:48

OK, so 3.31% of 1.7 or earlier is really, really minor...