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is there a clojure web framework like django that comes with and admin panel so that users can edit and publish stuff ?
I am in search of some library that can handle user account and session management, like django admin
Caribou was a CMS / hash-map oriented ORM which would create pages / routes based on database entries. Sadly it lost funding and never got mainstream traction (or maybe such things are abominations and it's good it never took off)
@i for this specific task I used an ID stored in an aes encoded jwt token, which indexed a db with session / user info
I think most folks feel that there are lots of really good solutions out there in that space and it would be a huge amount of work to create one in Clojure so effort is better spent on other things.
what does the following java statement mean? new Foo.Bar().Baz("something") is Bar a method for the object Foo? or am I missing something here?
well I encountered this code in the wild. I'm having trouble translating it to clojure.
Speculating a bit, was awhile since I was up to date on the details... but with inner/nested classes it doesn’t seem impossible. I think you need to look at the actual thing being called, not just the calling code.
Yes, that always feels a bit awkward in Clojure to me. IIRC if you import
DenseLayer$Builder to your namespace, it will at least autocomplete in CIDER, which helps me deal with it.
is it possible to override an implementation of a protocol for a certain type/defrecord?
Morning folks! We just released a big behind-the-scenes change to Clojars - we migrated from sqlite to postgres. There shouldn't be any user-facing impact, but if you see anything odd in the UI or when deploying, please create an issue at https://github.com/clojars/clojars-web/issues. For more details about this change see: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/clojars-maintainers/B5CjT8381_M
maybe related, but the response time is fairly large. about 4.72s to load the root html document
rest of the pages is fine, maybe just a query on the front page that is out of control?
Yes, it looks like the query that gets the recent jars isn't very efficient in postgres. I'll take a look. Thanks for the report!
@U0WL6FA77 See the message at the link given above for some details on why.
Strange. I tried it again just now, and got the same message as the first time I tried -- it appears to be a public link to a message sent to a Google groups email list, which AFAIK should not require anyone to be a member of that group to read.
to me it gives an error, then redirects me to https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/clojars-maintainers and says I don’t have access to that.
I just changed the a visibility setting of the group about 30 seconds ago. Can you try again @UDF11HLKC?
In the settings, the posts were public, but the group itself wasn't. I changed the latter.
I just released some query optimizations and caching. Load times of the index page should be much improved.