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jeroenvandijk07:05:09

Anyone know why Clojure hasn’t update it’s licence to from v1.0 to Eclipse v2.0?

andy.fingerhut07:05:17

There was a discussion thread on the Clojure Google group about this, here: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#search/label%3Aclojure+epl+2/FMfcgxmXKJwzqzvndZGdhPgxrQBQbxGc

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alexmiller12:05:40

I don’t think that’s the right link

alexmiller12:05:06

But in short, Rich does not like the changes in epl 2 and we don’t have any plans to switch. We did provide feedback during while they were writing it but they didn’t really listen to any of it

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alexmiller13:05:10

https://www.eclipse.org/lists/epl-discuss/msg00043.html is the feedback we had on it (this is from Rich)

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andy.fingerhut15:05:02

Sorry for bad link. I double-checked that it worked for me personally, right into my personal Gmail account, and everything 🙂 Thanks to others for finding the right sources.

Paola D.M.16:05:15

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orestis18:05:23

What’s an easy way to deploy a ClojureScript demo online? It seems that in JS world there’s sandboxes, now.sh and other similar things.

plexus07:05:26

If you don't need a backend then just put it on github pages.

orestis18:05:10

I’m just looking for an easy way to go from code on GitHub to some live page, nothing fancy or production grade.

Prakash18:05:14

I think heroku can identify a shadow cljs app because it has a package.json.

Prakash18:05:06

so that should work with minimum effort

Charles H18:05:25

ugh I saw this funny infomercial-like joke video about Clojure a day or so ago and I can't find it again. Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

dpsutton18:05:00

@orestis i think netlify is crazy easy

orestis18:05:32

Oh you just supply a build command? Will check it out.

hindol20:05:08

I also vote for netlify.

Eccentric J02:05:11

Commented the same thing before realizing dpsutton got it.

dpsutton18:05:16

this is the entirety of the settings needed:

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orestis18:05:57

Perfect. I’ll see if I can integrate that with GitHub actions.

orestis18:05:29

Probably not needed though, I guess they can watch the repo and auto deploy.

dpsutton19:05:27

Yeah it’s on commit

dpsutton19:05:52

I think they offer preview branches but I’ve never delved into the more advanced stuff