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sorry, meant to have a link there https://github.com/clojure/clojurescript/wiki/Quick-Start
Hi all. The excellent Quick-Start shows a way to compile ClojureScript culminating in 'java -cp cljs.jar:src clojure.main build.clj'. Putting 'src' on the classpath isn't necessary, is it?
Yes, @rauh - I'm just suggesting that 'src' doesn't need to be added to the -cp flag for this to work.
pushy - https://github.com/kibu-australia/pushy together with
bidi and it sort of works, except that on initial load (e.g. reloading the browser tab) I can only load the index page, subpage links don’t hit my app at all. Loading the index page and then clicking around to subpages work… Anyone using
pushy who have seen the same thing?
hi guys is there any function in google closure that helps us find the offset of an element within a parent div not with the viewport.
@nxqd: can't find anything in but probably quite easy to get something based on
(this is viewport relative but I guess it doesn't matter much if you want the relative positioning of two elements)
Also this might be a handy alternative: http://google.github.io/closure-library/api/namespace_goog_style.html#getPageOffset
Full-on App Store ClojureScript React Native apps are a thing now. Wow! https://appsto.re/gb/5KjH7.i