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Hello, I’m a bit confused. I’ve a
~/.clojure/deps.edn with a few aliases. If I cd to
~/.clojure and run
clj -A:portal -Stree it finds
:portal alias and prints all dependencies. However in all other directories
clj does not find
:portal alias and prints
WARNING: Specified aliases are undeclared and are not being used: [:portal]. What I’m missing here? Using latest clojure version 188.8.131.525 on macos.
Ok, clojure cli lookups for
$CLJ_CONFIG first, then
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME and fallbacks to
$HOME/.clojure. Recently I defined
XDG_CONFIG_HOME for another tool to work. So that broke clojure’s search path. Fixed by defining
I agree with Sean that .config/clojure is a more discoverable place I also moved all my Clojure dev tooling to XDG specification https://practical.li/blog/posts/adopt-FreeDesktop.org-XDG-standard-for-configuration-files/
-main function I am using
clj -M -m practice.core but not when building and running the uberjar with
java -jar ... . In looking at the
flush and sure enough that fixed it. I had read that using the
clj -M -m method of running a program is equivalent to using
java -jar so I'm curious if there are other small gotchas like this.
That's what I figured. Tbf, I think that conversation was more in the line of starting a backend server. Maybe they meant in that specific instance you could use either or.
You would need to share more of your code and uberjar to really say more
Eh, it's just my little practice repo. Nothing really going on there. More a curiosity than a problem. https://github.com/Chase-Lambert/clojure-practice/blob/main/src/practice/core.clj
when build the uberjar, are you setting practice.core as the Main-Class ?
Yep. The code works. I was just curious about the difference between
clj -M -m ... and
java -jar ... as the former worked without calling
(flush) and the latter did not. I am wondering what other differences there are because they are running the same function.
It's cool how readable the clojure source is. I imagined a ton of wild optimizations but even though some of this is over my head it seems quite approachable to me.