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#nrepl
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bozhidar04:08:16

@cfleming Yep.

bozhidar04:08:18

It’s 100% backwards compatible.

cfleming07:08:41

@bozhidar Thanks! Sorry, I should have RTFM.

cfleming07:08:10

Does nrepl.new actually use any Clojure 1.8 features? I’m running 1.7 since I’m on a fork and I’ve been lazy to rebase.

bozhidar08:08:30

No, it doesn’t.

bozhidar08:08:36

It works on Clojure 1.7 just fine.

bozhidar08:08:55

I was just curios if someone will complain about this, as I noticed in the State of Clojure survey that over 6 months ago the usage of 1.7 was under 5%.

cfleming08:08:40

Yeah, I’m a special case there.

bozhidar08:08:48

Just confirmed that actually the current codebase works fine with Clojure 1.5. :smile:

cfleming08:08:07

I could update, I’d just have to rebase and merge and I’m lazy since there’s nothing in later versions that I need.

cfleming08:08:16

I’m definitely 1.5 compatible :slightly_smiling_face:

bozhidar08:08:26

I’ll add 1.7 to the build matrix especially for you.

cfleming08:08:05

I’ll update sooner or later, but no pressing need right now.

cfleming08:08:17

Ok, I’ll try to get this into my next release - it should be pretty trivial for me.

bozhidar08:08:24

@cfleming The build matrix and the manual were updated https://travis-ci.org/nrepl/nREPL

bozhidar08:08:12

> Ok, I’ll try to get this into my next release - it should be pretty trivial for me.

bozhidar08:08:36

I’m looking so much to the day where everyone’s on the new nREPL and we can just focus on polishing it. :slightly_smiling_face: