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There’s been a lot of pro-boot talk in this channel - I’m curious; are people using boot in both front-and-backend Clojure(script) projects, or are you managing these as separate projects and repositories?
Today I demoed an app written in ClojureScript to a 100+ engineers and directors in 4+ cities. They didn’t suspect a thing. I’m sneaking it into the enterprise right through the front door.
@venantius: I nowadays often feel like separating backend and front end is nice but you can really do whatever you want
@dnolen: @jaen I’ve summarised some of my thoughts regarding the
ES6ModuleLoader issue: https://gist.github.com/mneise/dc00508e5e9303fed12d 😉
when I do
lein cljsbuild once with profile which has
:optimizations :none, it does not pickup my cljc file, complaining that "java.io.FileNotFoundException: The file resources/public/js/dev/cemerick/url.cljs does not exist"
with prod profile seems to be okay
@dnolen: small bug. doc meta should come before ns name: https://github.com/clojure/clojurescript/blob/master/src/main/cljs/clojure/reflect.cljs#L1-L2
^ Funny picture of the day - the React library here is taken straight from npm, requires and all, put through some code derived from @maria's work on module conversion, then required as a GClosure module and appears to work in at least basic capacity. This is probably still light years away from being able to use libraries as-is (this is finicky as hell), but a small step et caetera.
@shaunlebron: patch for that welcome will be pretty busy with Om Next related things for a while.
@jaen that’s really cool, thanks for kicking the tires so much. It really helps push this along!
@dnolen: re: ecmascript5-strict - no real reason for it. was just poking around and saw that things broke - wasn’t sure if it was something I did or an expected outcome.
@adwelly: it’s generally better to post what you tried that you expected to work than asking broad questions
no there isn’t proper pre, post syntax validation in Clojure or ClojureScript far as I’m aware.
I wish I was confident enough to submit a patch, and in fact I wish I was knowledgeable enough too.
in fact it’s near newcomer level so submit something you’re more comfortable w/ Clojure(Script)
Hmm. Ok. I shall have a poke around. I'm totally unfamiliar with the compiler, any clue as to which namespace I should be looking in?
@adam: it’s the
defn macro, it’s very similar to the Clojure one, in fact you might want to look at that first
@mfikes, ClojureScript on AppleTV? Awesome. You referencing this? https://github.com/facebook/react-native/issues/2618
Just want to let CLJS cider users know that the latest figwheel 0.4.0-SNAPSHOT allows you to configure middleware so folks can use the figwheel nrepl connection. In fact it would be great to get some experienced folks trying it out.
@wildermuthn: haven't tried either ... but the resources and reach of React and the design of its component model are all very impressive
@bhauman: Updating to figwheel 0.4.0-SNAPSHOT actually removed the - goog.constructNamespace_ is not a function - error I got with the former release (even when updating to the last cljs, as mentioned in this issue https://github.com/bhauman/lein-figwheel/issues/236)
Not cleaning could result in having an old goog.base that didn't have the construct namespace function.