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Thank you, I'll have a look now. The lib situation has me mystified presently, so I appreciate the pointer.
sure thing 🙂
parameter names are not available anymore on fn objects, right? (I know about :arglists metadata on the var.) ISTR that this is just because AFunction is an Interface and this is really a Java "limitation"
clojure does generate java debugging information, which includes method parameter names and local names
but you have to have the classfile bytes to get that information, it isn't attached to the runtime objects
yeah, sorry — when I said “anymore” I didn’t mean “at some point in the past that behavior was different” — I meant “by the time I get the object they are gone"
It’s a little trickier because what I’m actually inspecting is amazonica generated fns, so the usual metadata isn’t there
-parameters in java8 I guess so that at least it can see the parameter names on the methods and then hypothetically generate appropriate :argspecs
is there a cognitect lead generation team that will help me prepare for my meeting on monday to sell datomic to my company?
What will happen if I write a library and release it, and both
my/ns.cljc are on the classpath? Will weird behavior happen when someone else consumes that library? Will both files get compiled in certain scenarios, emitting two
I want to use my "cljsee" plugin which takes cljc files on the classpath and emits more clj files onto the classpath. But I want to figure out if I need to do some special source-directory maneuvers to make sure I don't have both clj and cljc in the released product.
http://dev.clojure.org/display/design/Reader+Conditionals has a heading "New portable file extension: .cljc"
I think you should read architecture section in overview, and then read other parts in overview (esp. clients and peers section)
my question is fairly simple, is there a wiki type mode or plugin or snippet for lighttable?
some goofy idea google-google "And Here Is Where I Show You How To Do This Crazy Thing, And Links To My GitHub Project"
oh, okay, sweet. yeah, you know, some kind of, ; commenting this or that, and linktothisforlater type thing
@aengelberg: platform-specific file should always take precedence over the portable version