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let me guess... you are all recovering from the party last night because today is a bank holiday?
Tbh, I sat up watching the EU results for the UK regions coming in until about 2am. Guess I need to relearn how to party properly 😂
yeah, just use "celebration" ... no, wait, those are candies ... actually bring on the candies! 😄
well... just don't eat multiple cheesecakes in parallel and you should be mostly fine 😜
Tbf, this cheesecake is make using quark and fat free yogurt. You can also use Stevia. I think it's something like 200 calories per slice Vs the usual 800. Not too bad
I have a terrible habit of baking cookies for the week and eating them the same day
I'm not one of those people who can eat a biscuit a day. Put a box of Jaffa Cakes in front of me, and they'll be gone in 60 seconds
I put my chick peas and butter beans in the freezer after I've cooked them. Just doing the same with some fresh ginger...
I'm setting up a new laptop. Which version of JDK is the last generally stable (with Clojure)? I remember people had problems at some point but I can't remember the number
I'm using OpenJDK 11 as my default for new work now, but OpenJDK 8 for legacy projects.
Let's go with the safe option for now, I can always upgrade if I need the new features later
My main issue with OpenJDK 8 (on Mac) is that I haven't been able to get OpenJFX working with it (so I can't run REBL). I've had to keep an Oracle JDK 8 around for REBL on legacy projects. REBL works fine on OpenJDK 11 tho'...
:thinking_face: if you were using cider/orchard middlewares I suspect it’s not
cljs but the dynapath dependency, or similar introduced by your dev tooling.
Workaround via adding jvm args but one of those classic things that doesn't fill you with confidence when you're already working with a leaky abstraction :umbrella_with_rain_drops:
ok could well be
lein-cljsbuild though it surprises me a little… Do you know what arg fixed it?
--add-modules=java.xml.bind seems to be the most common for jdk9+
It was removing that (for Java 8) but then cljsbuild basically just didn't build anything for reasons I'm not clear on
yeah it’s a little frustrating that flag causes java8 to die — makes total sense that it would; but frustrating none the less
There is another flag that tells older JVMs to ignore any flags they don't understand.
We've found that using both largely gives compatibility across versions, though it's a bit ugly.
@alex.lynham Good to know. We don't use
lein at work, nor cljs. Are there specific things to watch out for there? Version issues?