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2019-08-22
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alexmiller03:08:46

yes, should be no worse, and occasionally much better

dominicm21:08:48

Afk, but default deps come to mind

danielcompton21:08:55

Thanks! :override-deps also look promising

dominicm21:08:00

That sounds right too

dominicm21:08:16

I think the downside is the alias requirement

danielcompton21:08:53

Yeah, was just going to say that

danielcompton22:08:11

Doesn't communicate it in the same way that managed dependencies does

alexmiller22:08:43

default-deps is addressing the same use case as dependency management but there is still work to do to make it actually useful

danielcompton22:08:05

Can you use it at the root of a deps.edn or does it require an alias?

seancorfield23:08:07

@danielcompton I added an answer explaining how we use :override-deps at World Singles Networks -- because we use it extensively!

danielcompton23:08:01

Thanks to both of you! This feels like a great use-case for Ask Clojure to me

seancorfield23:08:19

http://ask.clojure.org is my home page in my browser 🙂

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aaelony16:08:29

I shared this link at work and the feedback was that it is a PHP site...

seancorfield16:08:02

Alex has addressed that already. It is an off-the-shelf solution that is easy to maintain/administer.

seancorfield16:08:43

And provides all the functionality needed for the task. There is no Clojure/Script equivalent to use (but folks are welcome to write such things and offer them up to Cognitect/the public).

aaelony17:08:09

makes sense to me