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Morning! It is a Calva day for me today!

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Jakub Holý (HolyJak)07:09:44

Morning! A little self-plug, @otfrom Nothing about literate programming but I found it very useful to be able to document business rules in non-coder friendly way yet connected to real tests checking those rules against the actual code, thus ensuring the docs and code will not get out of sync. I have even written to make the Java Concordion tool for these tests/docs more Clojure-friendly. (Essentially, you write .md docs that contain values used as inputs for tests / checked against test outputs, with the results displayed inline in the rendered html.) The sweet spot for this is when you have non-trivial business rules that you need to talk about with non-coders. We used this both to answer questions of our customer support and to discuss rules with the business stakeholders.

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@pez welcome! Wednesday is my open source day too!

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(self-paid / sponsored)


Oh, that’s awesome. I’m also sponsored, I would say. Will update my wording there.


What I'm working on today: including the client in bb. Release later today (hopefully)

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Does keytool support giving the cert info like name and such at the command line w/o prompting? I can do this, but it seems quite brute:

yes yes | keytool -genkey -keyalg RSA -alias selfsigned -keystore ssl/keystore.jks -storepass foo -validity 360 -keys