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maleghast04:08:51

@agile_geek: Morning simple_smile

maleghast04:08:58

How is the World with thee?

agile_geek05:08:40

@maleghast: OK. Currently in Newcastle train station before catching weekly commuter train to London. You?

maleghast07:08:55

@agile_geek: Not too bad, thanks - I am in our HK office trying to stay awake...

agile_geek07:08:12

Used to work with guys in China (Hangzhou), I was in UK, client was US (NY) so interesting turn around for feedback (24hr min). As I was Tech Lead/Architect in middle made for long days! Early morning ‘stand ups’ with Dev’s & late afternoon/evening with client.

pupeno07:08:25

Good morning.

pupeno07:08:35

With the luminus creator/maintainer we build a library for managing connections to SQL databases so that you don’t have to pass them around. It uses dynamically bound atoms and it’s the most use of Clojure features I did so far: https://github.com/luminus-framework/conman

maleghast08:08:42

@agile_geek: Yep, I have similar issues now maintaining appropriate contact between tech and the European businesses, let alone the Mexico business.

benedek09:08:19

👋 @rory

rory09:08:46

hey @benedek simple_smile

maleghast09:08:32

Ever have “one of those days”..?

maleghast09:08:42

I seem to be having a lot of them lately… 😞

tcrayford10:08:23

@pupeno: it supports browser javascript right now, and you can shim that to get cljs support (e.g. via adding an externs thing). I have a few customers using it happily with cljs. The sourcemap stuff for sure works great with it.

mccraigmccraig10:08:29

@malcolmsparks: does that mean in 0.5 i won't need that custom header ?

malcolmsparks14:08:02

@mccraigmccraig: in yada 1.0 you'll specify an access-control map in the options and yada will figure out the headers from that - but you can always specify a :headers options if you need full control

mccraigmccraig14:08:14

@malcolmsparks: cool... will there be big changes to app code for 1.0 ?

malcolmsparks14:08:24

not really - the main change is the function is now yada.yada/resource - no kv-args (I've bowed to pressure on that!) - just 2 args - the first is the resource (string, file, atom, etc. or your own Resource-satisfying record) - the second is an option map

malcolmsparks14:08:46

content negotiation has changed, it's far more flexible now

malcolmsparks14:08:17

how many resources have you created?

mccraigmccraig14:08:17

currently, just 3, so i shouldn't have any difficulties simple_smile

malcolmsparks14:08:26

1.0 will be released in a couple of weeks I suspect, it's much better than 0.4.3

mccraigmccraig14:08:43

is it worth me using a 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT ? i expect to be creating a whole bunch more resources over the next couple of weeks

malcolmsparks14:08:30

are you using SSE? I expect that's broken in 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT - otherwise give it a test-drive

mccraigmccraig14:08:20

i'm not using SSE, so i'll try it out