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If I have some data like this
[:a :b :c :b :a] where the structure is mirrored, but those could be any values, like
[:x :y :z :y :x], what would I use from spec to write that?
@weavejester thanks, I realized you could do something similar but my solution wasn't as concise 😄
is there a more declarative way to define it? I was searching around and found recursive regular expressions with this solution:
(\w)(?:(?R)|\w?)\1 But that requires you to be able to reference the group, which I don't see a way to do that with clojure.spec. Maybe using tags?
that's from this article: http://www.rexegg.com/regex-recursion.html I know it's for palindromes which wasn't what I originally posted, but curious if you could solve problems in that way using clojure.spec
Hello everyone, I have a clojure macro that is in a
.clj file, I use this macro within
.cljs files however it seems I cannot spec this macro???
@matan Instrumentation is a little like
:pre, except that you can turn it on and off selectively.
So during development you might have error messages that you do without in production.
anybody else working on spec-based transformation? use case is representing html head/meta stuff as a clojure map. the task is to transform such a map into html <link>, <meta>, etc. my xform code mimics spec : register a transform for each specked kw, then crawl the validated structure to xform it. this seems like a natural offshoot of spec. i can't be the only person who wants it. what else is out there?
What's the recommended way to integrate testing the
:ret part of function specs in an automated fashion via
Here's one answer: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40697841/howto-include-clojure-specd-functions-in-a-test-suite Is that the current recommended path?