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Hi14:01:50

Can I expect this to be merged https://github.com/clojure/clojure-site/pull/446 ? I I just did something no one needed? :thinking_face:

alexmiller14:01:58

I haven't had time to look at it, might be a while

alexmiller14:01:52

I generally hate to recommend people blindly bash stuff off the internet without even looking at it

alexmiller14:01:34

Really, I'd like to have more steps in there to actually verify the tar sha

p-himik14:01:06

SHA check should probably be put in the .sh file, no? If so, that oneliner makes sense. I definitely remember wondering why the website tells to execute multiple steps when just one line is enough.

Hi14:01:24

maybe script could verify itself? or something like this. Also what you think about installing in local home dir like SDKman does?

alexmiller14:01:30

I'm open to whatever makes sense for linux users

alexmiller14:01:47

there's a ticket for sdkman but no one has ever done any work on it

p-himik14:01:11

I can't find anything in the issue tracker. Do you have a link at hand?

alexmiller14:01:05

that's sdkman specific

p-himik14:01:24

Thanks! I searched in the wrong project.

alexmiller14:01:22

if you're looking to make patches, you'll need to be a contributor (https://clojure.org/dev/contributor_agreement) and request a jira acct (https://clojure.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/1)

p-himik14:01:18

Yeah, I remember. But now I'm just looking around. First, I have to understand sdkman a bit and try to see how much work it is to add support for Clojure in there.

alexmiller14:01:31

if someone wants to do work on it, please do!