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Hello everyone, would you recommend some tool for visualizing clojure project like a graph? I am thinking about flowchart (DAG) that will show me which function calls another function etc. so it will be easier to understand a messy code 🙂. Thank you


@zikajk i tried by @jpmonettas recently -- it does let one express functions (and some other things) as nodes and make connections among them. fwiw, he was pretty responsive about a few issues i encountered.

Alex Miller (Clojure team)14:12:18

there have been some graph things like that in the past

Alex Miller (Clojure team)14:12:50

having a hard time finding it now though

Alex Miller (Clojure team)14:12:52

<> is one

Alex Miller (Clojure team)14:12:31

the analysis is really light in that one, really you'd want to use tools.analyzer for this.


In (I believe) ring, there is a function to do constant-time string comparisons for checking passwords, but I can’t find it atm. Can anyone point me in the right direction?


I don’t know about ring, but maybe buddy hashers?

Nick McCurdy18:12:44

Hey, does anyone know how I can check the version number of Kondo bundled with Calva?


may be people in #calva-dev or #clj-kondo might know?


is Kondo in the running repl process? if so you can find it via the "java.class.path" system property

user=> (-> "java.class.path" System/getProperty (string/split #":") (->> (filter #(re-find #"clojure/clojure" %))))


where for this case looking for #"kondo" probably suffices


kondo likely runs as a native binary with calva, since calva can’t rely on a connected REPL always


Clj-kondo does not run as a binary with Calva, but as an LSP server


You can check the kondo version by viewing the clj-kondo plugin README

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Nick McCurdy19:12:41

Thanks, I’ll move to #clj-kondo


has anyone used clojure.inspector/inspect-tree in CIDER?


I can invoke it at the REPL, but it doesn’t seem to show the GUI