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2020-08-09
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Mr. Savy01:08:20

I DID IT I GOT RED TEXT USING GARDEN CSS HUZZAH

Mr. Savy23:08:42

Which doc are you referring to?

Jakub Holý (HolyJak)19:08:53

The ones you were missing to guide you to achieve your goal without so much pain :-) What docs would have helped you and where did you look for them?

Mr. Savy01:08:50

is it possible to have more than one key associated with the css classes of a given fulcro component? so far I've only got it to work with one, but that means if I want to use multiple classes I have to have one component per css class which sounds like a lot of boilerplate. at that point I'd have a component for each html element that needs a unique class. that doesn't seem right.

Mr. Savy01:08:40

not to mention multiple classes on one element. ah crap then how do you even put multiple defined classes on an element? if it's one css class per component then you'd have to pull in a component per class per element and that's certainly not how this works. I have no idea what I'm doing lol

Mr. Savy18:08:06

how the heck does css directory navigation work from the inside of a defsc? I would think it would just be a matter of starting from the source root, but that doesn't seem to be working. hrm, I may not have my resources available like I thought I did, but the path is declared in deps

Michael W18:08:18

I cloned the repo https://github.com/fulcrologic/fulcro-rad-tutorial.git and get the following error when I try to run clj -A:dev: Error building classpath. Could not transfer artifact cljc.java-time:cljc.java-time:jar:0.1.7 from/to clojars (): Range Not Satisfiable (416) The only library I see importing cljc.java-time is fulcro-rad, but I didn't go through any of the non-fulcro repos.