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@rickmoynihan: thanks. i haven't put nrepl in any profile in ~/.lein/profiles.clj or project.clj, does it move to a different profile if i do put nrepl in one?
@sander: Sorry I'm not really sure what you're wanting to do...
@rickmoynihan: want to see if things run faster if i remove the nrepl dependency from my classpath. i don't know how to do that since i never added it manually to the cp. i'm using leiningen only to generate the cp string and fetch dependencies.
where is your nrepl dependency included? In
project.clj or a profile in
or somewhere else
so leiningen isn't starting or packaging the program?
you're just using the classpath string for your own JVM arg?
@rickmoynihan: somewhere else i guess. it's neither in
project.clj nor in
profiles.clj, so i guess tools.nrepl is part of leiningen's default configuration for clojure
@rickmoynihan: yes, in this project i'm just using leiningen to manage dependencies and write out a classpath string that i can provide as a JVM arg. i found that suits my current workflow better, since i only need leiningen to run when my dependencies need an update
ahh yes I think you might be right
well i guess you could use sed to strip out the nrepl portion of the classpath arg... or write a leiningen plugin/task that does the same
@rickmoynihan: sounds good, will try that