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mfikes16:03:59

@anmonteiro @richiardiandrea If https://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/CLJS-2660 is ultumately accepted, self-hosted would have first-class eval Here is what I did to Planck’s codebase to test with the patch in that ticket (deleting lots of code that would become unnecessary) https://github.com/mfikes/planck/commit/22f4a5f55b35b2a182cc3bd13de328bc659460b7

anmonteiro16:03:47

that’s pretty awesome

anmonteiro16:03:53

thanks for the heads up

mfikes17:03:23

It has been nicely brewing for a couple of years (http://blog.fikesfarm.com/posts/2016-01-22-clojurescript-eval.html), so perhaps it is time for it to go into ClojureScript proper :slightly_smiling_face:

yogthos18:03:12

now that Clojure deps is a thing, would it make sense for Lumo to support that in some way?

yogthos18:03:53

currently I'm using package.json to manage NPM modules, but I haven't found a good approach for managing ClojureScript dependencies

yogthos18:03:00

I also saw this discussion on GitHub https://github.com/anmonteiro/lumo/issues/328 and having a Lumo specific config that could handle both NPM and clj deps would be pretty nice