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Any cool templates (or real projects) for cljs pure libraries (no webapps) with a great development/testing experience?
I seek e.g. source-mapping and a test-on-save workflow which leverages the analyzer cache (my current test-on-save is quite dumb:
git ls-files | grep clj | entr -s "clear; $(which lein) do clean, cljsbuild once test && clear && $(which node) target/out/tests.js")
My cljs knowledge has rusted a little, but from memory, most stuff out there assumes a browser
:node-test target with
:autorun true +
shadow-cljs watch test. see https://shadow-cljs.github.io/docs/UsersGuide.html#target-node-test
I have a question concerning the organisation of web-projects. Is it in clojure a convention to put the frontend and backend into one repository with shared
src folder? If yes, what are the pros? Are there cons? (In comparison with 2 seperate repositories)
Assuming the backend speaks only or primarily to the frontend, keeping them in the same repo offers a number of benefits. One of my favorite being to keep the interface between the two in sync.
I understand. I believe there might be some advantage in keeping a shared spec for data conformity?
In a more complex site, there could also be arguments for keeping them separate. But I'd probably keep them together until those arguments became an issue.
I means I would like to find some projects that open-sourcing , for Example: https://github.com/circleci/frontend …
Umm... what sort of a crazy state must I be in if I'm seeing a "Compile Warning, can't take value of macro cljs.core/or" for this code?
(let [a 1 b 2] (cond (or a b) "why am i getting a warning here?"))
@bfay I think thats a known issue in figwheel? IIRC it was fixed but not sure if release yet