#clojure log - Oct 01 2012

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0:11 tomoj: (= (__ 4) [[1 1 0 0] [0 1 1 0] [0 0 1 1]])

0:14 (fn [n] (map #(into (vec %) (repeat (- n (count %)) 0)) (butlast (take-while (partial not-every? zero?) (map (partial map +) (iterate (partial cons 0) [1 1]) (repeat (repeat n 0)))))))

0:14 D:

0:16 well, that take-while is stupid, but still, gotta be a better way

0:16 xeqi: tomoj: is that a 4clojure problem?

0:16 tomoj: not that I know of

0:39 Raynes: tomoj: Good lord, sir.

0:41 tomoj: (fn [n] (let [zeros (vec (repeat n 0))] (map #(assoc zeros % 1 (inc %) 1) (range (dec n)))))

0:41 hmm

1:51 mindbender1: tomoj: (fn [n] (let [_ n] [[1 1 0 0] [0 1 1 0] [0 0 1 1]]))

2:05 spoon16: anyone with experience configuring noir + nginx

2:16 emezeske: spoon16: What's your question?

2:25 spoon16: emezeske: I'm looking for an example that describes nginx + jetty configuration to host and run a noir app

2:26 noir uses ring which has a jetty adapter which just runs an embedded instance of jetty, I suppose I'm not familiar enough with the nginx + jetty stack in general to know how to get started given a noir app that I have running locally

2:29 tomoj: mindbender1: hah

2:29 mindbender1: tomoj: so simple.. why stress myself

2:32 emezeske: spoon16: I don't think there's much about the nginx config that would be jetty-specific

2:33 spoon16: Probably proxy_pass dynamic requests to the noir app, and have nginx serve the static files

2:33 spoon16: serve them directly, I mean

2:34 spoon16: yeah, that's what I was thinking… is there any reason that I would want to setup jetty separately or should I just use the embedded version that the noir app will start up?

2:35 emezeske: I think it's fine to use the embedded version, but I'm not an expert on that.

2:37 Probably only need to do otherwise if there's some specific tuning you need to do

2:41 spoon16: emezeske: was just reading your latest blog post did you try to interop with clojurescript and a common js library like jquery?

2:41 I see jayq

2:41 emezeske: Yep, I use jQuery very heavily, along with Twitter's Bootstrap plugins and a few other things

2:43 spoon16: you should put up the source

2:43 emezeske: To what?

2:44 spoon16: to School Seating Charts

2:44 emezeske: I am kind of trying to make money on it, I think I'll refrain

2:45 spoon16: I figured… it's an interesting idea

2:45 emezeske: On the one hand, I would love to make it open source

2:45 amalloy: emezeske: just add 10M LOC and you can charge for a support contract

2:46 emezeske: But on the other hand, it would take someone 10 minutes to have their own app running :)

2:46 amalloy: Hahaha... I'd have to switch to Java to pull off 10M LOC

2:47 spoon16: just abstract out the algorithm, replace it with one that puts all the talkers together as close to the exit as possible

2:47 emezeske: Touche... it might work

2:47 spoon16: emezeske: good blog post

2:48 emezeske: Thanks. I need to do the next one in the series... I've been lazy.

2:48 Soon... Soon.

2:50 john2x: is there an equivalent to Python's dir() function? to list all the properties, etc of an object..

2:54 emezeske: john2x: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5821286/how-can-i-get-the-methods-of-a-java-class-from-clojure

2:54 john2x: Maybe?

3:01 ori-l: john2x: what are you trying to do?

3:02 john2x: thanks emezeske. I think that'll do.. ori-l, I'm using a Java library with no docs (afaict), I'm trying to figure out what its objects are..

3:03 ori-l: ah, right. ok then :)

3:17 john2x: noob question, how do I include clojure-contrib in lein project.clj?

3:17 the-kenny: monolithic contrib is outdated, which part do you need?

3:21 http://dev.clojure.org/display/design/Where+Did+Clojure.Contrib+Go might be helpful to decide which library you need :-)

3:23 then just Google for the package name for example clojure.data.codec and you'll usually find the entry for leiningens dependency key in the read me

3:24 excuse the strange formulation, I'm on mobile

3:27 tomoj: also, "http://search.maven.org/#search%7Cga%7C1%7C%s"

3:27 since new contrib libraries are often in maven central

3:27 (the %s is where your query should go)

3:28 (and the other % may need to be unescaped)

3:33 kral: namaste

3:39 grayzone: hi to all: how do I add classpath to the local lein project?

3:39 there are other ways besides addurl manual or copy the jar in the lib project or creating local maven repository?

3:49 the option : :extra-classpath-dirs ["........"] is correct or maybe deprecated for add classpath to lein project?

3:56 tomoj: I think it is deprecated

3:57 google for "extra-classpath-dirs lein 2"

4:09 is the SF meetup planned?

4:10 otfrom: morning

4:10 anyone here at Strata in London?

4:13 Lajjla: otfrom, do you play StarCraft?

4:14 otfrom: nope

4:14 arrdem: SC1 or SC2

4:14 samphippen: hello friends

4:14 who else is at strata :)

4:16 I also play starcraft

4:17 justicefries: i wish I was at strata

4:31 wei_: clojurescript question: how would I make goog.ui.Popup extend MyCustomPopupBase instead of goog.ui.PopupBase?

5:26 mtd: samphippen: wish I was at strata too -- right around the corner on Old Broad Street but no ticket! Enjoy...

5:33 mindbender1: in clojure we have have procedural fns vs compositional fns

5:35 steven123: greetings, can anybody help me with init bindings in the repl? I've created a stackoverflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12663624/why-cant-clojure-repl-print-doc-binding-be-changed-in-clojure-repl

5:58 can anybody help me with init bindings in the repl? I've created a stackoverflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12663624/why-cant-clojure-repl-print-doc-binding-be-changed-in-clojure-repl

6:14 can anybody help me with init bindings in the repl? I've created a stackoverflow question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12663624/why-cant-clojure-repl-print-doc-binding-be-changed-in-clojure-repl

8:48 augustl: any ideas on how I can disable logging in test runs somehow? Using clojure.tools.logging now, tried adding a log4j-test.properties and setting {:jvm-opts ["-Dlog4j.configuration=log4j-test.properties"]} in project.clj, that didn't work though

8:50 alternatively, anyone know about a test framework for clojure with output that automatically handles logging, groups log output with relevant test cases, etc? ;)

8:52 hmm, a resources/log4j.properties containing "log4j.rootLogger=OFF" doesn't work either, I'm probably doing it wrong

8:54 ssedano: Hi, is there any vim plugin for ctags? I mean to add the functions list

9:08 Moses_: Hi, anyone know of an open source web app that uses friend? I can't seem to wrap my head around friend, so I'm looking for a good example of how its used.

9:11 cemerick: Moses_: Look at the mock-app namespace for a comprehensive…mock app: https://github.com/cemerick/friend/blob/master/test/test_friend/mock_app.clj

9:12 Moses_: Wow, thank you, both for the help and for the awesome library!

9:12 ro_st: i'm really stuck. how do i resolve this? java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.http.entity.mime.MultipartEntity

9:13 using clj-http on osx with oracle's jdk 7 u7

9:14 ohpauleez: ro_st: Hmm, I've used the same library on the same jdk with the same os

9:15 ro_st: driving me nuts

9:15 hi btw :-)

9:16 looking at https://clojars.org/clj-http i see it needs http://search.maven.org/#artifactdetails%7Corg.apache.httpcomponents%7Chttpmime%7C4.2.1%7Cjar and i have that in my .m2

9:17 ohpauleez: yeah, so weird, it should just be in you .m2 and work

9:17 ro_st: i get this stack trace on the (ns) that brings clj-http in

9:17 ohpauleez: hello!

9:21 ro_st: i should probably use clj-http 0.5.5 and not use 0.1.3 -eyebrow-

9:24 lotia: greetings all

9:25 wingy: is there a good way to read yaml files from clojure?

9:25 ro_st: aside from https://github.com/lancepantz/clj-yaml, you mean?

9:26 ohpauleez: have you mucked with pushState in cljs yet?

9:27 Lajjla: ro_st, do you play STarCraft?

9:28 wingy: Lajjla: i do

9:28 2 :)

9:28 lotia: is it better to simply download the incanter installer or to use lein

9:28 ro_st: Lajjla: i used to.

9:31 wingy: donno if i should use clj or node.js for the backend :/

9:31 love clj the lang but love the node ecosystem

9:31 ro_st: clojure.

9:31 Lajjla: wingy, I knew it

9:31 you all do.

9:31 lotia: wingy: as opposed to lein?

9:31 ro_st: i'd much rather be able to understand my code

9:32 wingy: lotia: yeah

9:32 one thing that drove me back to node.js was that i thought i would use a lot of JS

9:32 thick clients thin servers

9:33 ro_st: sunk cost fallacy

9:33 wingy: but it has showed that it is the opposite .. thin clients thick servers

9:33 ro_st: you always have a choice for the future :-)

9:33 wingy: the servers are doing everything and serving the HTML to the clients .. in this way we can use cheap mobile phones but have the greatest experience

9:33 ro_st: remember what uncle Rich said? simple vs easy. do you want ease, or simplicity?

9:33 wingy: hm yeah

9:33 but i hate java?

9:34 or jvm

9:34 its slow!

9:34 ro_st: how much time do you spend deploying your code, and how much time do you spend reasoning about your code and writing it?

9:34 which do you want to optimise for?

9:34 wingy: the latter!

9:35 ah .. you sucker .. you are sucking me into clj again

9:35 but thats why i asked the question here .. wanted some feedback

9:35 ro_st: -grin-

9:36 the jvm is slow. but being able to see your entire solution on a single screenful of code is worth it

9:37 wingy: ro_st: yeah hate js

9:37 cemerick: "the jvm is slow" is a meaningless statement

9:37 wingy: if you could choose

9:37 unic0rn: it's not that slow, but people rarely tend to optimize their code and profile it properly

9:37 wingy: would you like clj on its own platform rather than jvm?

9:37 ro_st: cemerick, unic0rn: when compared to node.js start up time on the command line, it's slow

9:37 which is wingy's particular contention

9:38 cemerick: Clojure is never "on its own platform".

9:38 wingy: ro_st: true

9:38 unic0rn: startup time is meaningless :)

9:38 ro_st: unic0rn: correct, if you work around it - repl, code-reloading, etc

9:38 unic0rn: honestly, i wonder how much it would change if all the main api would be stored in separate class files instead of a jar archive

9:39 could be worth checking

9:39 ro_st: hey, i don't mind. i use flatland/drip and ssd. it's not slow for me

9:39 wingy: im using BAAS like ApiGee App Services

9:40 anyone having experiences with BAASes?

9:40 kinvey, parse, stackmob, apigee

9:40 ro_st: not i

9:41 ohpauleez: As someone who has previously inherited a node.js system, don't do it

9:41 wingy: ohpauleez: dont do node?

9:41 ohpauleez: it was fine at a small scale - local dev proxy server. But when scaled up to handle real app interaction it became a nightmare

9:42 it was difficult to reason about, difficult to debug

9:42 multi-node setup to handle more scale is not as easy as "spinning another instance up"

9:42 wingy: ohpauleez: im using heroku

9:42 ps:scale web=3

9:42 :)

9:43 ro_st: *laughs @ cemerick's tweet*

9:43 ohpauleez: heroku will fix the latter, but not the former

9:43 cemerick: whoa, add in some mongo, and you'll be web-scale in no time :-P

9:43 ohpauleez: hahaha

9:43 fwiw, I've started down the path of CLJS on node for scripting apps - and so far it's been positive

9:44 ro_st: wingy: heroku does clojure just fine

9:44 wingy: is there a good data validator on clj?

9:44 ohpauleez: that said, I much rather just use the JVM straight

9:44 ro_st: wingy: two. valip and validateur. valip is clj/s thanks to cemerick. validateur is clj only

9:44 wingy: spitting out error messages so i can create the html if the form is invalid?

9:44 ok

9:45 cemerick: ro_st: that fork of valip is definitely experimental. Now that I have a handle on cljx, it'll be a lot easier in a lot of ways.

9:45 ohpauleez: if you need more convincing you can "handle the load" look at Ring+Jetty's benchmark numbers. If you want to ease the development CLJ+CLJS is mind-blowing

9:46 ro_st: cemerick: you're using cljx? how are you finding that?

9:46 cemerick: ro_st: pretty good so far, especially once I wrote an nREPL middleware for it.

9:46 wingy: i might go over to clj

9:46 i just dont believe in js

9:46 ohpauleez: cemerick: I'm going to shoot you an email about cljx re: kibit shortcomings. I meant to get around to it this weekend

9:46 ro_st: i've been using cljsbuild's crossovers (which work wonderfully)

9:47 cemerick: (which I'll be releasing once I have a good name for it)

9:47 ro_st: wingy: js ain't going away

9:47 cemerick: Crossovers are good too. I use both.

9:47 wingy: ro_st: yeah thats the sad news

9:47 ro_st: ah, so why cljx then? what does it do for you that co's don't?

9:47 wingy: ro_st: but im not doing much js on frontend

9:47 pjstadig: cemerick: thanks for the support :)

9:48 cemerick: ohpauleez: shoot away. FWIW, Jonas is on clojure-tools too. Hopefully I can get Kevin on there so we'll have a quorum.

9:48 pjstadig: np :-)

9:48 Now it wants a patch. Whack away, I guess. :-P

9:49 ohpauleez: ahh I'm going to climb with Kevin later today, I'll mention it to him

9:49 cemerick: ohpauleez: Excellent. I just submitted my first PR for cljx, so we'll see how that goes. ;-)

9:49 ohpauleez: ro_st: With cljx, you can conditionally load things

9:49 like the difference in string operations, etc

9:50 ro_st: i got around that by (essentially) reimplementing clj and cljs versions using the same namespaces

9:50 wingy: is anyone here using datomic for production?

9:50 cemerick: ro_st: sorry, didn't see your message. The biggest win from cljx is that you can intermix cljs and clj code, and have one be transformed into the other.

9:50 augustl: are there any logging libraries for clojure where I can create my own instance of a logger somehow? Really disliking the magic log4j.properties stuff. A namespace called myapp.logger that defines "error", "warning" etc would have been nice. Suggestions?

9:50 ro_st: and each side looks in different places for that ns

9:51 augustl: we're using logback

9:51 cemerick: e.g. (try (foo) (catch IllegalArgumentException e (bar e))) can be turned into (try (foo) (catch js/Error e (bar e)))

9:51 augustl: ro_st: looking it up, thanks

9:51 ro_st: cemerick: that's really handy. i'll have to spelunk in c2's code to see it in action, i guess

9:51 wingy: we are

9:51 using datomic in production, that is

9:52 it's awesome

9:52 wingy: ro_st: advantages/disadvantages?

9:52 ro_st: transforming existing data is a bit of a pain

9:52 you can't alter schema on existing data

9:53 wingy: i c

9:53 ro_st: let me correct that; we intend to use it in production. we aren't live yet. we're using it in closed- beta right now, where we can happily delete and rebuild databases

9:53 which is what we do

9:54 augustl: ro_st: my biggest hurdle was groking datalog and how to "model" various situations. Ended up not using it (short on time etc)

9:54 ro_st: but the querying stuff is just sublime

9:55 augustl: i know. it's a big unlearning. we're still decomposing some of the first queries we wrote due to the in-process nature of the peer

9:55 no need to glom everything together any more

9:55 truly refreshing!

9:56 wingy: clj is the most popular lisp i guess

9:56 ro_st: i don't understand why people would want to use anything else.

9:57 and i've used everything else.

9:57 wingy: :)

9:57 eg?

9:57 clojurebot: Haha! The survey mentioned in the comments to Yegge's last post has a "favorite language" question, but Clojure is not an option.

9:57 ro_st: php js actionscript c# python ruby obj-c

9:58 and the tiniest bit of java

9:58 wingy: html template engine allowing me to write HTML?

9:59 ro_st: enlive for clj, enfocus for cljs (a clone of enlive tailored to being in a live dom)

9:59 both support plain html templates

9:59 although we've quickly realised that hiccup has it's uses too. especially for crudmin stuff

10:00 its*

10:01 wingy: its good that im not that new to clj … will speed up the conversion

10:01 ro_st: i can understand having to continue to work on existing codebases. we all have legacy code. but for new stuff? i wouldn't choose anything else.

10:02 wingy: im building something new and its getting larger .. js is a pain

10:03 ro_st: aye

10:04 wingy: thats the reason why everyone else is making abstrations like coffee and livescript!

10:04 because js is just too ugly

10:05 ro_st: if you're going to go through all that effort, might as well go all the way :-)

10:05 wingy: yeah

10:05 let me share a thought i have btw

10:06 augustl: wingy: Google Closure Tools, do it!

10:06 ref js is a pain

10:07 ro_st: ref js?

10:08 jrajav: javascript might be ugly on the outside, but coffeescript is ugly on the inside

10:09 wingy: so in the beginning it was clear to me that putting all the heavy stuff on the browsers was the way to go (sproutcore, extjs, emberjs etc). that would mean a lot of JS since probably 90 percent of the app would be on the clients .. but now im using jQuery Mobile and noticed that it is far better for performance/development to put most of the stuff back in the servers since it can make fast calculations and render the finnished html and jus

10:09 serve it to the browsers .. even the worse performance mobile phone can use my app since it just has to make an ajax request and display the HTML .. this makes me writing 90% of the code on the server why im thinking about clojure

10:09 augustl: ro_st: "referring to"

10:09 wingy: html doesn't have to perform better than JavaScript. As with everything, it depends.

10:10 wingy: what does the browser do when it receives HTML? First it has to parse it, then it creates DOM elements. With a JavaScript app, you don't have to parse HTML, you just create the DOM elements.

10:10 bhenry: have i lost my mind or did github recently change the clojure source code highlighter colors?

10:10 wingy: if we have thin cients/thick servers architecture it means that the future devices could be cheap and we dont have to upgrade them every year since we can just add more performance to the backend and the app would perform better .. rather than having 1 billion people buying new devices

10:11 jrajav: augustl: So parsing and interpreting JS is a no-cost operation suddenly?

10:11 wingy: eg. a device would be merely a screen .. the screen shot is sent to the device (aka monitor) if we assume the internet is blazing fast

10:12 paultag: (not like the startup time on cpython or java)

10:12 wingy: the server is the performance hardware .. the devices is just a portal .. you get this vision?

10:12 augustl: jrajav: ouch ;)

10:13 wingy: even when we play game it would be like this .. the device just put the rendered screenshots on screen .. like VNC

10:14 any thoughts?

10:14 augustl: who pays for the servers? ;)

10:14 wingy: yeah but of course they would pay for my app :)

10:14 in someway

10:14 jrajav: Oh god don't push server-side rendering for games please

10:15 ohpauleez: wingy: I'd spend more time looking at your quality attributes, functional and nonfunctional requirements, and the components/connectors/styles that get you those things. Then dig through reference architectures, compose accordingly and build up. - It sounds more like you're just choosing technology and seeing what sticks. You would be better served for seeking out value and realizing it with technology

10:15 jrajav: As a speedrunner and high-action game enthusiast I will never forgive you

10:15 wingy: :)

10:16 i just feel that this whole browser/js thing going on isn't ideal .. a spec is released .. then wait 5 years before it gets to all browsers .. even then they are all not the same so you need abstractions

10:17 augustl: wingy: what I like about the web is that it worked on an iPad from day 1

10:17 wingy: or .. I could just render html in servers and throw them out to clients .. i upgrade the servers .. they all benefit from it

10:17 augustl: it will still do

10:18 some focuses on thick clients .. some on thin clients .. im starting to rethink why not the latter

10:18 seems solving a lot of problems

10:18 compatibility issues..performance issues

10:18 then you cache the html and you have no cost operations!

10:19 ohpauleez: Also, the power of any network is at the edge. The ability to have powerful computation on the client (especially the portables) opens up a world of possibilities for cooperative/peer/ubiquitous computing. Additionally - JS Tracing JITs (as found in V8) out perform most other scripting languages (excluding LuaJIT) including PyPy, Python, Ruby, etc

10:19 wingy: jquery mobile is good for the latter .. the js part is just for basic displaying stuff (I dont have to write)

10:19 ohpauleez: that said, you need to do whatever is right for your application, again, my previous point.

10:20 wingy: of course

10:23 i want simple

10:23 not easy!

10:23 THAT i know

10:23 ro_st: wingy, ultimately you need a mix of the two. medium server, medium client

10:23 wingy: ok lets imagine

10:25 internet speed is instant .. that means your server could be the only brain for all devices that act like portals only .. if internet speed is instant that would mean huge benefits like you upgrade the server and 1B people get increased performance

10:25 this means that internet speed is the vital factor here

10:25 the only one, what do you think?

10:25 casion: it's also a factor that's completely out of your control

10:26 wingy: casion: why i said imagine

10:26 ohpauleez: wingy, this thought experiment is an exercise pushing you in the wrong direction

10:26 casion: wingy: imagining irrelevant things does not make them relevant

10:26 now it's irrelevant AND imaginary

10:27 wingy: uhm .. well, we always start somewhere :)

10:27 ro_st: would you agree in the scenario you would only need thin clients since all the hardwork is done on the servers

10:28 ohpauleez: wingy: That is *also* a thought experiment in the wrong direction

10:28 casion: wingy: what you descrcibe already exists, it's called a 'display'

10:29 wingy: casion: clearly i aint talking about displays here :)

10:29 ro_st: wingy: yes. but i prefer to work with the geography, not the map

10:29 casion: it seems like you clearly are to me

10:29 cemerick: wingy: AFAICT, everything you've talked about is entirely divorced from a concrete job to be done

10:30 casion: since all this imaginary thin client does is display things generated by the server

10:30 cemerick: This makes it nigh impossible to reason about tradeoffs between solutions.

10:30 ohpauleez: What are you trying to build? To what degree does it need to do those things? What other problems exist? How can I pull those problems apart to their core pieces? Now - what am I trying to build and to what degree?

10:30 cemerick: Thank you!

10:30 ro_st: it goes back to what ohpauleez said. what are *your* particular constraints?

10:31 wingy: you guys are cool .. just that i think we are seing things from different perspective .. this has to do with concrete stuff .. like i just discovered that for my app its better to have most of the logic on server side

10:32 it has impact on how my app will be formed .. put it on server or client? just that one is crucial

10:32 ohpauleez: let's talk about your constraints, trade-offs, quality attributes you need to it, functional requirements you need to hit, architecture styles that work in those areas, components and connectors that compose to achieve your quality attributes, and start digging through reference architectures to see what we come up with. Then we can analyze trade-offs again, find what we're missing, pull the remaining problems apart, and build u

10:32 solution.

10:33 wingy: yepp

10:33 ohpauleez: need to have*

10:33 TimMc: ohpauleez: "and build u"

10:34 wingy: need every client to perform well .. i realized this would boil down to less JS on client .. heavy calculations on server

10:34 casion: I almost envy you guys who even have the option of server or client sided processing

10:34 wingy: clients just like portals displaying the rendered html

10:35 ohpauleez: and build up a solution**

10:35 wingy: What does "perform well

10:35 mean

10:36 wingy: for each product in my app i need to create the form elements

10:36 ohpauleez: (thanks TimMc )

10:37 wingy: putting this parsing/building on clients made them take some secs before being able to display the form

10:37 ro_st: ohpauleez: you need to tell him what your hourly rate is before you start, so there are no surprises later -grin-

10:37 casion: wingy: so you have a client that takes a set of server-generated data that is interpreted and displayed

10:37 ohpauleez: ro_st: haha

10:38 casion: pretty sure that's simple a display :|

10:38 wingy: casion: so i took it one step further

10:38 cemerick: wingy: If all you're doing is shipping around form data, then it doesn't matter where the "work" is done. There's not much work there to begin with.

10:38 wingy: having it rendered the html with the form

10:38 and the client just put it on dom

10:38 casion: you could even take this mythic beast and beam a wireless signal to it and have entertainment streamed to people's homes

10:39 wouldn't that be amazing

10:39 ro_st: casion: i'm not sure, but are you being sarcastic right now? -grin-

10:40 casion: me!? never

10:40 ohpauleez: wingy: Here's a better idea -

10:41 you put all your HTML snippets on a CDN, you stream data (in Clojure/EDN) to your client, your client build out the dom swaps with the snippets and BAM, you're done. The JS (from CLJS) that does this is also on a CDN.

10:41 the first render is done server side

10:41 which is also optimized for the most important traffic

10:42 (we'll say… SEO purposes)

10:42 ro_st: and mobile.

10:42 abalone: profiling some code... using java VisualVM ... i just ran something at the repl and it says Sunday.rmi.transport.tcp.TCPTransport$connectionHandler.run() is taking 77% of the time. what is it doing? all my code is doing is processing a string inefficiently...

10:42 ohpauleez: boom, and boom

10:42 abalone: s/Sunday/sun

10:45 ohpauleez: I'm going to call it - cooperative partial renders (because everything needs a good name). You can steal the idea :)

10:45 abalone: um. 77% of the time but only 4 invocations.

10:45 erm. it's still running. I think it's going to explode.

10:46 ohpauleez: abalone: I'm not sure, but usually run() calls are for threads. So it could just be sitting idle in thread. What has the most CPU time?

10:47 abalone: according to "self time" run() has over 2 minutes of time now

10:47 it's melting!

10:47 casion: abalone: there's a few SO posts about that

10:48 most of them seem resovled

10:51 wingy: could someone point me to a good guide for setting up my clj server?

10:55 ttimvisher: hi all

10:56 anything inteligient i can do to debug why lein1 can't find an artifact in central that's there according to the site?

10:56 specifically jackson-core-asl 1.8 and up

10:56 ?

11:01 cemerick: ttimvisher: Central has been having issues around some artifacts for days now. :-(

11:02 ttimvisher: cemerick: thanks

11:02 marcel23: I keep getting a "Check :dependencies and :repositories for typos." error... is that what you guys were just talking about?

11:02

11:02 cemerick: marcel23: Yes; there's a thread on the Clojure ML about it, too.

11:03 marcel23: oh thanks!

11:06 wingy: what IDE/editor are you using?

11:06 for clj

11:06 ah

11:06 emacs

11:08 ohpauleez: wingy: There is support for nearly every editor

11:09 casion: not that you'd want to use most editors

11:09 unic0rn: not that emacs can be called an editor. it's just pain in the ...

11:10 casion: emacs is the best!

11:10 unic0rn: vim ftw

11:10 wingy: what do you think about light table?

11:10 unic0rn: :P

11:10 casion: unic0rn: outside of #clojure… sure

11:10 TimMc: unic0rn: Vim works too. You're not going to get an editor war started in here easily.

11:10 unic0rn: TimMc: not even trying to. just throwing in a little bit of humour, that's all

11:11 TimMc: OK.

11:11 casion: I'm trying

11:11 unic0rn stop being uncooperative

11:11 unic0rn: you fail

11:11 :P

11:12 ohpauleez: "Clojure - the language that ended all editor wars"

11:12 * nDuff uses emacs, vim, _and_ IDEA -- right tool for the job.

11:12 casion: I use emacs. vim, textwrangler and eclipes

11:12 obviously none of them very well since I can't fucking type

11:13 abalone: (inc casion) ; http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7205612/does-filtering-classes-for-cpu-profiling-work-in-java-visualvm

11:13 lazybot: ⇒ 0

11:13 zoldar: casion: nevethless, you're insisting on a otaku keyboard layout ;)

11:13 wingy: wow simple to install lein

11:13 wget https://raw.github.com/technomancy/leiningen/preview/bin/lein && chmod 766 ./lein && lein

11:14 casion: zoldar: eh?

11:14 wingy: another thing why clojure is also i know i will get top programmers

11:14 casion: zoldar: I have 3 layouts printed on my caps :)

11:14 zoldar: casion: http://elitekeyboards.com/products.php?sub=leopold,tenkeyless&pid=fc200rtabn

11:14 casion: zoldar: I'm aware, I'm typing on a filco at, with a leopold about 2 feet from me

11:14 ;)

11:14 unic0rn: btw, since we're at editors, http://damieng.com/blog/2008/05/26/envy-code-r-preview-7-coding-font-released

11:14 pretty nice thing

11:15 nDuff: wingy: As a counterpoint -- you could find yourself stuck between getting great people who are too expensive, vs affordable hobbyists who are thrilled to have a chance to learn on the job but _are_ learning on the job.

11:15 casion: it'd be neat to see sublime get reasonable clojure support

11:15 zoldar: casion: eheh, sorry then, dodgy attempt to make fun

11:16 casion: zoldar: ah, I just didn't get what you were trying to say initially :)

11:16 zoldar: casion: I've got a filco brown btw

11:16 casion: zoldar: majestouch II with blues for me

11:16 * nDuff is also on a Filco Majestouch; don't recall which switches offhand.

11:16 casion: I collect mechs :D have around 40 of them atm

11:16 zoldar: ok, enough keybaord porn

11:16 casion: I collect switches in general actually

11:17 wingy: nDuff: sure

11:17 are clj programmers always expensive?

11:17 zoldar: casion: 40.. nice, I barely afforded to buy one

11:18 wingy: but i would love to have one expensive dev than 2 mediocre

11:18 casion: zoldar: everyone has their obsessions I guess, mine just happen to be relatively.. uhh, weird

11:18 voland62_2: Hi. If I have this: (def my-num (atom 23)) how can I swap! it to new value (100 for ex.)?

11:18 zoldar: and still, it was a second-hand (albeit in mint condition) grabbed on geekhack

11:18 casion: zoldar: that's actually where I got my main filco from

11:20 then i replaced all the switches to the mx1a-e1nw and changed all the springs to much higher force

11:20 redrilled the pcb on it as well

11:22 zoldar: sounds serious, I just bought it to see what all the fuss is about - unfortunately I don't type much on it recently. Doing most of my work in front of laptop. Either way, I've tried to use it one late evening and woke up wife. She wasn't amused...

11:26 casion: zoldar: hehe, we have a closed door rule. If you're typing, there's at least 1 closed door between you and anyone else in the house

11:27 at home I use model M, with tactile leafs on it, so it's the king of loud and obnoxious

11:27 unic0rn: so noone can see that in free time you're coding in perl, because they would call you a pervert? :P

11:27 zoldar: casion: I imagine

11:28 jcromartie: this is kind of weird

11:28 casion: unic0rn: the 2 programmers in my family just make fun of me for using clojure :(

11:28 jcromartie: casion: aww

11:28 ,(clojure.set/subset? #{1} #{1})

11:28 clojurebot: #<ExecutionException java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: clojure.set>

11:28 jcromartie: oh right

11:28 unic0rn: no programmers in my family, luckily

11:28 jcromartie: ,(do (require 'clojure.set) (clojure.set/subset? #{1} #{1}))

11:28 clojurebot: #<ExecutionException java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.lang.RuntimeException: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: clojure.set>

11:28 jcromartie: yeah OK

11:29 anyway, #{1} is not a subset of #{1}, which is I guess correct strictly speaking

11:29 but is surprising when it comes up in your running code

11:29 casion: unic0rn: my brother does, and an uncle in law who I see very often… both use java primarily

11:29 jcromartie: casion: what do they use? make fun of them for that

11:29 ah there we go

11:30 casion: it's a bit of the ignorant 'If you're going to use java, just use java' nonsens

11:31 gfredericks: jcromartie: #{1} is a subset of #{1} according to the standard mathematical definition

11:31 jcromartie: oh then

11:31 ttimvisher: people having maven problems might want to check into mirrors: http://maven.apache.org/guides/mini/guide-mirror-settings.html

11:31 unic0rn: pick a simple task to get coded in java in 2-4 hours, challenge them, finish it in half an hour, problem solved

11:31 jcromartie: gfredericks: then clojure.set/subset? is wrong

11:31 gfredericks: jcromartie: well as long as the docs say exactly what it does

11:31 ,(doc clojure.set/subset?)

11:31 clojurebot: Cool story bro.

11:31 gfredericks: &(doc clojure.set/subset?)

11:31 lazybot: ⇒ "([set1 set2]); Is set1 a subset of set2?"

11:31 jcromartie: :P

11:32 gfredericks: &(clojure.set/subset? #{1} #{1})

11:32 lazybot: ⇒ true

11:32 jcromartie: weird

11:32 gfredericks: jcromartie: looks right

11:32 arrdem: yay! clojure is sane!

11:32 gfredericks: (inc clojure)

11:32 lazybot: ⇒ 9

11:32 jcromartie: what the heck… oh I see

11:32 &(clojure.set/subset? [1] [1])

11:32 lazybot: ⇒ false

11:32 jcromartie: &(clojure.set/subset? [1] [1 2])

11:32 lazybot: ⇒ true

11:33 gfredericks: I'm not sure the behavior for vectors is defined

11:33 jcromartie: :P maybe it would help if I were using sets

11:33 gfredericks: I'm rather surprised it even does something

11:36 zoldar: well, in general it uses length comparison and (every? v1 v2)

11:36 gfredericks: ah ha

11:36 so it oughta crash on lists

11:36 &(clojure.set/subset? '(1) '(1 2))

11:36 lazybot: ⇒ false

11:36 * gfredericks grumbles

11:38 wingy: why is hiccup from this user [org.clojars.pntblnk/hiccup "2.0.0-alpha1"] and not from the https://github.com/weavejester/hiccup

11:40 gfredericks: wingy: is that the only hiccup?

11:40 cemerick: There are many forks, only one is canonical.

11:40 gfredericks: people push their own versions of libs to clojars all the time

11:40 wingy: ok

11:40 gfredericks: I don't have breakfast in the morning until I've forked a clojure lib and pushed it to clojars

11:40 keeps me alert

11:41 wingy: it was the first hit

11:41 https://clojars.org/hiccup

11:41 cemerick: clojars does not sort is search results

11:43 gfredericks: I thought it sorted by most recent push

11:43 which means heavily forked libs will usually show not-the-canonical-one

11:43 cemerick: s/results/results in a useful way

11:43 gfredericks: figuring out what's canonical wouldn't be a trivial thing

11:44 zoldar: that sometimes annoying, when I have to hunt the canonical version an a forking timeline... or I'm just crap at using github right

11:44 cemerick: Usage is a good bet. See ClojureSphere.

11:44 arrdem: yeah... especially because some things like fnparse the accursed are abandonware with several forks of varying quality

11:49 wingy: so good to be back on clj

11:51 zoldar: gfredericks: my wrong. I was looking at source here: https://github.com/richhickey/clojure/blob/f769f5650edc782245089ac021d39d0acbcd490d/src/clj/clojure/set.clj#L142 , when the relevant line in a recent source looks like here: (every? #(contains? set2 %) set1)

11:55 cemerick: I thought lazybot was warning on any linkage to richhickey github URLs?

11:58 marcel23: so I'm using a mirror for central for in my project clj and set LEIN_SNAPSHOTS_IN_RELEASE=1 but I still can't get my project to run. anyone have any ideas or links or anything? sorry i'm a complete noob at this dependency management stuff.

11:59 zoldar: mystery solved: https://github.com/clojure/clojure/commit/3acb6ee7ec5c295ae14de861d03a5efd115a5968

12:01 uvtc: wingy , zoldar : I keep a list of links to the canonical Clojars pages for given projects at http://www.unexpected-vortices.com/clojure/dining-car.html .

12:02 Well, for some small number of projects anyway.

12:04 zoldar: uvtc: nice, I've seen a couple stuch lists, like http://www.clojure-toolbox.com/

12:05 wingy: uvtc: thx

12:05 uvtc: wingy: y/w

12:06 zoldar: right. The other 2 that I know of are the toolbox and clojuresphere.

12:14 dnolen: JS compile target space is heating up http://www.typescriptlang.org, Microsoft offering

12:15 wingy: so if you use compojure you dont need to use ring directly right?

12:15 no need for [ring "1.1.6"] in project.clj?

12:17 scriptor: dnolen: doesn't seem to be giving me any type errors

12:25 wingy: https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/wiki/Getting-Started

12:25 jcromartie: wingy: Compojure will import Ring itself

12:25 wingy: jcromartie: yeah

12:28 jcromartie: wingy: but I import ring itself for other purposes

12:28 wingy: okay

12:34 dnolen: TypeScript is actually pretty interesting - gradual typing goes mainstream? TypeScript lets you declare types for any JS lib.

12:37 ohpauleez: dnolen: Definitely seems interesting - it's fascinating to watch the work being done in gradual typing

12:45 wingy: http://www.zdnet.com/microsoft-takes-the-wraps-off-typescript-a-superset-of-javascript-7000004993/

13:03 does this mean we all go over to M$?

13:04 unic0rn: who sane codes in javascript anyway?

13:09 cemerick: replaca: we need pprint in cljs, stat! ;-)

13:11 wingy: how is session handled in compojure/ring?

13:11 marcel123: im really sorry to not shut up about this but does anyone know how to fix the dependency artifact problems im having? I've tried using mirrors, removing dependencies, everything, and I can't get this to work :( here's my project.clj and profiles.clj: https://www.refheap.com/paste/5411

13:11 wingy: https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/wiki/Sessions

13:11 marcel123: it's just really depressing waking up and not being able to get my project to run when i was fine yesturday

13:13 cemerick: marcel123: I'll bet lein deps works just fine if you pull out the clj-aws-s3 dep?

13:13 (get rid of all the mirrors, etc)

13:14 wingy: is there a lib for using redis as session storage https://github.com/ring-clojure/ring/wiki/Sessions

13:14 marcel123: cemerick: wow you're right, thanks so much! I thought I tried removing everything one by one but I guess not.

13:15 cemerick: marcel123: it's an ongoing issue with Maven central.

13:16 See http://groups.google.com/group/leiningen/browse_thread/thread/e484d2d52ed30b12 and http://groups.google.com/group/leiningen/browse_thread/thread/d71eebbb152c627b

13:17 marcel123: cemerick: ok great, glad it's not just me, thanks for those

13:23 emezeske: Anyone know the $command to do a google search in this channel?

13:24 scriptor: $google clojure

13:24 lazybot: [Clojure - home] http://clojure.org/

13:27 emezeske: scriptor: thanks!

13:27 I guess I might have tried that... :)

13:43 wingy: data manipulation is far more better in clj than js

13:47 could somebody tell me how to use session https://github.com/ring-clojure/ring/wiki/Sessions in compojure app?

13:49 this is my current app https://www.refheap.com/paste/5412

13:53 abalone: is this correct: creating and accessing *many* small maps will be slower than creating and accessing the same number of vectors ?

13:53 scriptor: how small?

13:54 emezeske: $google ring session redis

13:54 lazybot: [wuzhe/clj-redis-session · GitHub] https://github.com/wuzhe/clj-redis-session

13:54 emezeske: wingy: ^

13:55 abalone: scriptor: maps of four elements

13:55 wingy: emezeske: thx!

13:56 emezeske: which clj-redis should i use?

13:59 amalloy: abalone: i don't think there's enough information to answer the question

13:59 emezeske: wingy: Is there more than one project named clj-redis?

13:59 wingy: emezeske: https://clojars.org/search?q=clj-redis

13:59 abalone: amalloy: what other information is needed?

14:00 emezeske: wingy: The canonical version of a JAR is the one where the group ID matches the name, e.g. clj-redis/clj-redis

14:00 amalloy: cemerick: iirc he only warns about richhickey.github.com, not github.com/richhickey

14:00 emezeske: wingy: That's usually abbreviated to just clj-redis

14:00 wingy: So, the one at the bottom (by mmcgrana) is the canonical one

14:00 wingy: emezeske: ok thx

14:01 a little bit outdated

14:01 hope it didnt need bug fixes

14:01 amalloy: abalone: well, what it means to "create and access" them, and how the maps and vectors are similar and different. but really, i think the difference will be small enough you should choose whichever makes more semantic sense in your problem

14:02 emezeske: wingy: Well, I don't know that the canonical version is the most up to date

14:03 wingy: You can always check http://www.clojuresphere.com/?query=clj-redis

14:03 abalone: amalloy: oh. there's no sharing between these little maps and they're all created "from scratch" like {:a 1 :b \2 :c 3 :d -4}

14:03 emezeske: wingy: Looks like mmcgrana's version is the most widely used, FWIW

14:03 wingy: emezeske: ok

14:04 abalone: amalloy: and this is in cljs (not clj)

14:04 cemerick: amalloy: surely someone knows how to fix that?

14:04 abalone: amalloy: maybe i should also ask if there are performance gotchas in cljs that are different from clj

14:05 amalloy: cemerick: sure, i wrote the regex myself, back in the day

14:05 wingy: what is the simplest way doing layouting using hiccup .. that is having a layout (head scripts) and then render different body documents inside of it

14:05 abalone: amalloy: like keywords become strings and then whoops you're suddenly comparing strings in js

14:05 cemerick: amalloy: oh, it's a plugin? I figured it was just a command to set up a new watch pattern or something.

14:06 emezeske: wingy: That might be a job for a middleware.

14:06 amalloy: cemerick: i wrote it pretty brittle-ly, i'm afraid

14:06 his config file has a map of regexes to replacements/responses

14:08 TimMc: That's why god invented |.

14:10 emezeske: TimMc: God invented the one-eyed expressionless emoticon?

14:11 TimMc: No, the alternation operator.

14:11 cemerick: I thought it was cyclops.

14:11 Better known as |•

14:12 TimMc: richhickey[.]github[.]com|github[.]com/richhickey

14:12 wingy: the worse part comparing to node.js is lack of doc

14:12 casion: the worst part of what?

14:13 amalloy: TimMc: it's brittle because it's in a config file, not because it's using regexes :P

14:14 actual current map-entry: [#".*(https?://)richhickey(.github.com/\S*).*" "Nooooo, that's so out of date! Please see instead $1clojure$2 and try to stop linking to rich's repo."]

14:14 TimMc: Oh right, it does replacement.

14:14 amalloy: i would happily accept a change if someone can find a way to get that to also chide you for linking to contrib; currently he just points to the clojure/clojure-contrib repo as if that were useful

14:15 also, haha, i seem to have assumed rich would never write anything but clojure; if someone links to his datomic repo i bet lazybot gets up in arms

14:16 cemerick: I thought the same thing about edn, bu it looks like he doesn't have any active repos himself anymore.

14:17 pandeiro: cemerick: do you know what would be the most efficient way to enter an attachment that is a javax.mail.internet.MimeBodyPart into CouchDB with clutch?

14:18 amalloy: oh right, datomic isn't on github because it's not open

14:20 cemerick: pandeiro: if you can find a byte array or inputstream, that'd be it

14:20 pandeiro: cemerick: i can get those, but for some reason clutch just hangs when i try with input-stream... i can see data has entered the database by its size in futon but no attachments appear in the doc

14:21 i am wondering if the .getSize method doesn't correspond with the :data-length param clutch/put-attachment is expecting?

14:26 jcromartie: stink bugs must die

14:28 Hodapp: jcromartie: why?

14:31 jcromartie: Hodapp: you obviously don't live the mid-Eastern US

14:31 they are crawling all over my walls and desk and computer

14:31 in my cables and bags, printer, etc.

14:33 TimMc: jcromartie: Brown Marmorated Stink Bug?

14:33 jcromartie: the one and only

14:33 TimMc: Gotta find a recipe for those.

14:33 jcromartie: tacos!

14:34 TimMc: My dad is helping some company evaluate phermomone traps for BMSBs.

14:35 Hodapp: jcromartie: I'm in Cinci...

14:36 jcromartie: TimMc: I wish them the best of luck

14:36 Hodapp: jcromartie: so I still see them around plenty.

14:37 jcromartie: if by "plenty" you mean hundreds a day in your home

14:37 then I can sympathize :)

14:37 otherwise you guys still have it easy

14:38 Hodapp: If hundreds a day are making it into the home I have to wonder about the construction quality...

14:38 callen: best clojure book, go:

14:38 scriptor: for what level?

14:39 callen: (for someone who knows some Lisp, and no Java, and can only tinker in Clojure (~50 solutions in 4Clojure))

14:39 casion: for what background?

14:39 callen: Common Lisper

14:39 casion: joy of clojure probably then

14:39 callen: I know a fair chunk of Python too.

14:39 Raynes: callen: Programming Clojure

14:39 scriptor: callen: you can read the first chapter of Programming Clojure and see if it's not too basic for you

14:39 callen: Raynes: incidentally, I already own Halloway's book

14:39 jcromartie: http://www.mediabistro.com/fishbowldc/gasp-u-s-newss-bedard-has-what_b21462

14:39 scriptor: *first chapter for free

14:39 callen: scriptor: it was. I got bored, haha.

14:39 casion: programming clojure is also awesome

14:39 Raynes: callen: I meant Clojure Programming.

14:40 scriptor: ah, then definitely joy of clojure

14:40 jcromartie: I have been browsing Clojure Programming, it's good

14:40 callen: I'll get Clojure Programming on my kindle account then.

14:40 I'll see about Joy of Clojure too, that one sounds like it explains more of what's actually different/unique.

14:40 Thank you all!

14:41 Raynes: btw, loved your comments on that grove.io thread, although you got eviscerated for it.

14:41 scriptor: callen: whoops, I meant you can read Clojure Programming's first chapter online for free

14:41 Raynes: callen: By only one guy.

14:41 callen: Raynes: I actually got hellbanned from HN in that thread for disagreeing with pbiggar (the guy who went after you)

14:41 Raynes: callen: I got backed up by countless others.

14:41 Hodapp: HN?

14:41 callen: Hodapp: Hacker News

14:41 Hodapp: ahhhh

14:42 Raynes: Yeah, I replied just once to him and realized he was off his rocker, callen. Let everyone else call him stupid.

14:42 callen: Raynes: except he took my 2,000 karma account with him :(

14:42 Raynes: but yes, you're right.

14:43 Lessoned learned though, don't argue with a YC founder on HN.

14:43 Lesson*

14:43 TimMc: What did you do, insult his mother?

14:43 Sgeo: Banned for what?

14:44 callen: TimMc: I said he was shilling on behalf of founder unaccountability.

14:44 TimMc: That's a little more than disagreeing.

14:44 callen: He was pretty transparent about it.

14:44 dnolen: hmm, a good idea for a new contrib - a pure Clojure reader that can move at it's own pace separate from Clojure's \cc ibdknox

14:44 Raynes: callen: I feel kinda sorry for his users. Not sure I'd want to use anything written by such a hostile fellow.

14:45 callen: Raynes: well lesson learned, don't use CircleCI

14:45 technomancy: dnolen: what about sjacket?

14:46 Raynes: TimMc: Well, all I said was that Leah Culver was beginning to appear from the outside to be a bit unreliable (seeing as how every nearly every single project she has ever worked on has been shut down after n months or acquired and shut down in the same timeframe), and the fellow called me more derogatory names than I knew existed.

14:46 callen: Raynes: I saw that shake library recently, is your conch more flexible?

14:46 dnolen: technomancy: yeah I was thinking that, does it already have line+column support?

14:46 technomancy: dnolen: I think so; not sure

14:48 jcromartie: Raynes: you're just trying to keep women out of tech! :)

14:48 Raynes: callen: I've actually written my own port of the Python sh library inside of conch (see the sh branch) that I'll be releasing as soon as I work the kinks out. Shake seems like a quick release prototype thing and does some pretty silly stuff.

14:48 jcromartie: Yeah, man, that's gotta be it.

14:48 TimMc: Raynes: Yours had better not look like (xargs -0).

14:49 callen: Raynes: I'll keep an eye on it, thank you.

14:49 Raynes: callen: Also, conch has conch.core which is lower-level than anything else on the market. Once the sh thing is done, it'll probably be the best thing around all around for shelling out.

14:49 technomancy: Raynes: it's always fun to watch when HN's veneer of objectivity breaks down

14:49 jcromartie: lol @ -0

14:50 callen: technomancy: they're not interested in objectivity, they're interested in HUSTLE and PIVOTING and MICROPRENEURSHIP!

14:50 TimMc: jcromartie: Yeah, I left a comment on the blog post announcing Shake, but I didn't get a reply.

14:50 technomancy: callen: https://twitter.com/mattknox/statuses/197781664179560449

14:50 jcromartie: Shake was doomed from the start

14:50 Raynes: TimMc: I stopped reading when I saw "indexes the PATH"

14:50 callen: technomancy: perfection. that's hilarious.

14:51 Hodapp: I have an urge to play buzzword bingo now.

14:51 Raynes: TimMc: https://www.refheap.com/paste/f0954d5a3f0bfb49d719e7bf5 is a simple example I've got handy.

14:51 TimMc: There are also lexical versions of 'programs'.

14:51 This is a piping example, btw.

14:52 jcromartie: wow this is an awesome logo https://boundary.com/

14:52 https://twitter.com/shit_hn_says

14:53 Raynes: TimMc: It just occurred to me that it isn't parallel right this second, which is probably the last thing I need to tie up before releasing it.

14:53 TimMc: jcromartie: Immediately reminded me of last.fm's logo.

14:53 casion: TimMc: soundcloud you mean?

14:54 TimMc: casion: No, last.fm.

14:55 Raynes: I like the general idea of sh, anyway.

14:55 casion: Ah, I thought that little cloud thing was their logo

14:55 TimMc: Oh, hah.

14:55 Raynes: One (big) step closer to Clojure Shell.

14:55 casion: I didn't even realize that scribble in the upper left was supposed to be a word

14:56 TimMc: casion: It teeters on the brink of illegibility.

14:56 casion: TimMc: it has all the hallmarks of being a successful startup, the only qualifier left is collapsing in 3 months

15:00 wingy: where is the doc on how to add a middleware in compojure?

15:02 callen: jcromartie: This twitter account is a goldmine: "You can't do concurrency with threads."

15:20 wingy: :@

15:20 before im going to kill myself

15:20 i need to know how to add a middleware to a compojure app

15:22 dnolen: wingy: look at how compojure works - there's hardly any code - https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/blob/master/src/compojure/handler.clj#L16

15:23 jcromartie: wingy: I'm happy to discuss middleware :) I am a big fan

15:23 wingy: jcromartie: dicuss what?

15:23 jcromartie: middleware

15:24 wingy: what is there to discuss?

15:24 jcromartie: were you not just saying "i need to know how to add a middleware to a compojure app"

15:25 wingy: jcromartie: yeah

15:25 cemerick: classic

15:26 wingy: dnolen: thx for the link it helped a lot

15:26 cemerick: dnolen: sjacket mostly makes it so you don't have to care about line and column numbers

15:26 wingy: best doc is still reading the source code

15:27 xeqi: wingy: (def app-with-middleware (-> app middleware1 middleware2); ie: (-> app compojure.handler/site) or (-> app wrap-keyword-params wrap-params etc)

15:27 cemerick: outrageously bleeding edge, tho

15:27 dnolen: cemerick: yeah I don't really think it doesn't what I want. I want a community supported version of the Clojure reader that provides extension points to support both Clojure & ClojureScript.

15:27 jcromartie: O_o

15:27 dnolen: cemerick: it seems less and less likely that rhickey will be convinced to add column support to the Clojure reader.

15:27 Sgeo: Why community supported?

15:28 Why not just ... do something to handle the use case that #+ and #- does in CL?

15:28 column support?

15:28 cemerick: dnolen: is this for source maps?

15:29 dnolen: cemerick: any tool that needs it, Light Table uses a patched version of Clojure which is sad.

15:30 cemerick: but yes

15:31 cemerick: this actually something Eric Thorsen wanted for Enclojure ages ago as well.

15:31 cemerick: yeah, I remember

15:31 TimMc: Sgeo: Notice the lack of :col ##(keys (meta #'+))

15:31 lazybot: ⇒ (:ns :name :file :line :arglists :added :inline-arities :inline :doc)

15:32 TimMc: but the presence of :line

15:32 Sgeo: Ah. And this is of particular interest for Clojurescript?

15:32 Or just a general want?

15:32 cemerick: dnolen: sjacket does have a `column` fn, so you could probably parse, walk the zipper adding that value as :column meta to each list, and output to sexprs.

15:32 amalloy: Sgeo: for any tools that manipulate source code

15:32 Sgeo: Ah

15:32 * cemerick just theorizing atm

15:33 Sgeo: And I still don't see a good reason for arglists to be on the var

15:33 dnolen: cemerick: sjacket just does too much. super fast reader that does exactly what Clojure's reader does with extension points. No other stuff.

15:33 Sgeo: Rather than on the fn

15:33 cemerick: fair

15:34 dnolen: Although, I'd settle for a super-fast reader *without* column numbers at this point. :-P

15:34 TimMc: Sgeo: You know how Java compiler errors say -----------------^ ? That's a good use of column info.

15:34 dnolen: cemerick: heh, you mean for CLJS

15:34 cemerick: dnolen: Don't scare me, I haven't benched that yet. Clojure's is pokey enough.

15:35 dnolen: cemerick: huh, I guess you've used it on particularly large jobs?

15:35 amalloy: Sgeo: functions are noticeably more lightweight without a slot for metadata, is one thing

15:36 personally i'd love functions to contain arglists in their meta, but the other decision seems reasonable too

15:36 cemerick: dnolen: yeah, it falls down pretty badly compared to just about any other serialization mechanism.

15:36 Sgeo: Until you want to know the arglists of an anonymous fn

15:36 Or use the arglists in a HOF for stuff

15:38 Hmm, is Compojure just about routing, or is there more to it than that?

15:39 jcromartie: Sgeo: pretty much, and the api/site middleware

15:40 cemerick: Sgeo: Mostly that, and some good default middleware stacks for api services and front-end apps.

15:40 jcromartie: *jinx*

15:40 * Sgeo has never done any web dev before except in a PHP class

15:41 jcromartie: I really like Ring (which Compojure, and any other Clojure web lbi builds on)

15:41 lib

15:41 it's like Rack, but fast

15:41 and functional

15:41 Sgeo: And what is Noir? Mutation-inducing macros to make things slightly more convenient?

15:42 jcromartie: you got it

15:43 Sgeo: Although I guess compojure's defroutes technically induces mutation, but I don't have a problem with that

15:43 jcromartie: no, not really

15:43 defroutes gives you a var in your namespace

15:43 defpage does not

15:44 and defroutes leaves it up to you to use that var

15:44 defpage does not

15:44 Sgeo: Is making a var not a mutation?

15:44 jcromartie: no

15:44 emezeske: defpage actually mutates the value contained in an atom each time it appears

15:44 defroutes just creates a new var, it doesn't mutate an existing one

15:44 jcromartie: well you could call establishing a var mutating the namespace, perhaps

15:44 but defpage wires it up in the background

15:44 Sgeo: I did say "technically"

15:44 jcromartie: :)

15:45 but you don't have to use that

15:45 I don't… I just say (def foo (routes …))

15:45 I usually have a var for my plain routes and another var with all of the middlware attached

15:46 Sgeo: I believe Yesod (a Haskell web framework) actually takes a textual description of the routes and compiles it?

15:46 amalloy: jcromartie: that seems oddly specific. surely you have routes with different middlewares

15:47 jcromartie: amalloy: sometimes

15:47 amalloy: e.g., I'll have "api-routes", and "api" with middleware

15:49 dnolen: cemerick: sounds like you're enjoying CLJS :)

15:49 jcromartie: it just keeps the route definition simple

15:50 cemerick: dnolen: The core, definitely. Things get wobblier the further out you go. ;-)

15:50 I have an nREPL middleware finished that applies the same cljx transforms to code loaded through the REPL as are performed via the plugin, and that's made a world of difference.

15:51 Still need a name for that one. :-P

15:51 emezeske: "ClojureScript: Things get wobblier the further out you go." -- cemerick

15:51 I'm using that.

15:51 cemerick: lol

15:52 Sgeo: With destructuring, I keep forgetting that it's variable first, then key

15:52 Unless doing something like :keys

15:52 cemerick: I'm sure being so tied to a REPL-based workflow made things more painful in the beginning than if I were still used to e.g. python or ruby, but a lot of the rough edges are sanded off.

15:54 Now I'm down to annoyances around e.g. no real environment, protocol/interface name mismatches, satisfies?/instance? in the same area, and then the DOM misery.

15:54 Over which cljs has no control, of course.

15:55 amalloy: Sgeo: if you think about it though, that's the only way it could work

15:55 Sgeo: amalloy, because of things like :keys?

15:56 amalloy: nah, you could survive with {[a b c] :keys} if the order were swapped

15:56 Sgeo: Oh, good point

15:57 amalloy: it's because (let [{foo :k, bar :k} m]) makes sense, but (let [{:k foo, :k bar} m]) isn't a legal form

15:58 Sgeo: Ah

16:01 Oh hey, Ring sessions allow for storing session data encrypted as a cookie but doesn't enforce it

16:01 * Sgeo glares at Yesod

16:04 dnolen: cemerick: protocol/interfaces yeah, though the interfaces in Clojure drive me crazy now after CLJS. satisfies?/instance? probably worth seeing if making them work similarly doesn't degrade perf too much.

16:04 cemerick: and yes CLJS REPL dev could use a *lot* more love.

16:04 cemerick: Between crossovers and cljx, I can work around the protocol stuffs.

16:05 ohpauleez: inc on all of those

16:05 cemerick: dnolen: I think the REPL story is pretty well ironed out, given piggieback.

16:05 Anyone that disagrees, I'm happy to take feature requests. :-)

16:06 ohpauleez: cemerick: I really need to get piggyback well integrated (adding it to my TODO list right now)

16:06 cemerick: ohpauleez: should be two lines in your project.clj and any nREPL client.

16:06 ohpauleez: perfect

16:07 cemerick: Especially now that Brenton fixed the REPL environment issue, all is mostly well with the world.

16:07 dnolen: cemerick: yeah I still haven't played with nREPL yet.

16:08 cemerick: I meant REPL details like auto analyzing files when starting up so the REPL has relevant info - fixing the various edge cases where JS errors takes brower REPL session, etc.

16:10 cemerick: ah

16:10 dnolen: I mostly have no idea what you just said. :-P

16:11 hiredman: cemerick: analyze files at startup to provide doc for cljs files in the repl

16:11 cemerick: The next biggest win across the board will be a completion/introspection middleware, so that the same requests from clients will work with a cljs flavour of the same.

16:11 dnolen: cemerick: I just mean that CLJS repl holds a lot of information normally held in metadata on vars, I'd like to see CLJS repls take advantage of that.

16:11 clojurebot: then its perfect. but of course, there are a lot of other parts too that changes. so after I make assoc :show, is there a problem I make again (def data (assoc data :list ...)

16:11 cemerick: ah, ok

16:12 dnolen: cemerick: and sorry I don't mean CLJS REPL - cljs.analyzer/namespaces atom rather

16:12 cemerick: well, it all hangs together from a user standpoint

16:13 dnolen: cemerick: debugging macros in CLJS is pure punishment

16:13 stuff like that

16:14 cemerick: Yeah, I've gotten a taste of that already.

16:15 jjido: clojurebot can talk?

16:15 cemerick: There should be a "do we not suck yet?" page that is all qualitative :-P

16:18 gfredericks: clojurebot: can you talk???

16:18 lazybot: gfredericks: How could that be wrong?

16:18 clojurebot: Huh?

16:26 TimMc: ,(symbol (apply str (map char (repeat 2 2r111111))))

16:26 clojurebot: ??

16:26 lazybot: clojurebot: What are you, crazy? Of course not!

16:26 clojurebot: RickInGA: of course :-) *everything* is in Clojure

16:26 TimMc: \o/

16:27 ivan: ,"??"

16:27 clojurebot: "??"

16:27 TimMc: I win.

16:27 3-bot volley.

16:27 ivan: hah

16:28 TimMc: clojurebot: of course not is <reply> are you sure??

16:28 lazybot: TimMc: Uh, no. Why would you even ask?

16:28 clojurebot: RickInGA: of course :-) *everything* is in Clojure

16:29 Sgeo: Uh

16:29 Is clojurebot replying to someone who isn't here?

16:29 TimMc: Not exactly, no.

16:30 Sgeo: So what's with RickInGA?

16:30 TimMc: The random annoyance^Wfactoid engine picked up "of course" and decided it referred to a factoid that it accidentally picked up earlier.

16:31 Sgeo: Ah

16:31 TimMc: The damn bot is set to think that one in every X messages is directed to it.

16:31 Sgeo: literal clojurebot: What are you, crazy? Of course not!

16:31 TimMc: Sgeo: clojurebot != bucket

16:33 jjido: clojurebot: then its perfect. but of course, there are a lot of other parts too that changes. so after I make assoc :show, is there a problem I make again

16:33 clojurebot: Roger.

16:34 jjido: that was not a bot was it?

16:35 amalloy: TimMc: Sgeo has been told that but doesn't seem to have internalized it yet

16:35 Sgeo: I could have sworn that literal worked once, though

16:35 amalloy: if so, it was a coincidence

16:39 emezeske: dnolen: I added auto reloading of macro namespaces in lein-cljsbuild. That demoted the punishment of debugging macros from "cat o' nine tails" to "wooden paddle" or so, at least for me.

16:39 dnolen: emezeske: haha

16:47 Frozenlock: I found a little article about clojure and the system tray, but I was wondering if there was something new since then (2008?!) http://briancarper.net/blog/398/qt4-in-lisp

16:47 I just want to add a system tray icon to a seesaw application.

16:48 Sgeo: Seesaw uses Swing, doesn't it?

16:48 scottj: dnolen: was your core.logic unsession talk (showed up on youtube today I think) a repeat of a previous talk?

16:48 Sgeo: Might be better to look for a Swing way to do a system tray icon

16:48 dnolen: scottj: nope, first time I've given that one.

16:48 scottj: dnolen: awesome! I'll enjoy watching it

16:49 Frozenlock: Sgeo: It does indeed. I'll check it, thanks!

16:49 dnolen: scottj: it's less about using than explaining how the whole thing actually works

16:51 thorbjornDX: is there a difference in using (for [a blah :let [foo bar]]) over (for [a blah] (let [foo bar]))?

16:51 TimMc: jjido: That is a bot repeating back something it heard in the channel for no good reason.

16:51 jjido: And you just made it learn a new factoid, unfortunately.

16:52 Sgeo: thorbjornDX, you can put stuff after for's :let while still in the for form

16:53 ,(for [a (range 2) :let [b (inc a)] c (range b) [a b c])

16:53 clojurebot: #<ExecutionException java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.lang.RuntimeException: Unmatched delimiter: )>

16:53 Sgeo: ,(for [a (range 2) :let [b (inc a)] c (range b)] [a b c])

16:53 clojurebot: ([0 1 0] [1 2 0] [1 2 1])

16:53 Sgeo: erm, hmm?

16:54 thorbjornDX: Sgeo: I didn't think the for's :let would actually do a for-like binding

16:54 ,(for [a (range 2) b (range a) c (range b)] [a b c])

16:54 clojurebot: ()

16:55 Sgeo: Even when a is 1, (range 1) can only be 0, and range 0 is empty

16:55 So I understand what's going on

16:55 thorbjornDX: ,(for [a (range 2) b (range (inc a)) c (range b)] [a b c])

16:55 clojurebot: ([1 1 0])

16:56 mpan: oh that's a pretty cool shorthand

16:56 Sgeo: The equivalent to my prior :let should be

16:56 ,(for [a (range 2) c (range (inc a))] [a (inc a) c])

16:56 clojurebot: ([0 1 0] [1 2 0] [1 2 1])

16:57 thorbjornDX: Sgeo: so that would be the same as doing a let binding within after the for binding: (let [b (inc a)]), correct? b, has no effect on the looping itself

16:58 Sgeo: thorbjornDX, right, except with :let you can refer to the bound variables later on within the for's whatchamacallit, whereas you can't do that with let

16:59 thorbjornDX: Sgeo: okay, so I should use :let when I want to make my for-loop more clear, and use another let binding when I don't need access to those seqs in the for

17:06 oh, I found a handy way to use maps and vector destructuring (idk how common this is): ##(let [k :a] (let [[a b c] (k {:a ['foo 'bar 'baz] :b [2 3 4]})] [a b c]))

17:06 lazybot: ⇒ [foo bar baz]

17:08 brainproxy: if the body of doseq involves forms that will return futures, are those futures guaranteed to finish their computations before doseq returns?

17:09 hiredman: brainproxy: of course not

17:09 a doseq doesn't return anything

17:10 jjido: hiredman: what it returns is not really the issue is it?

17:11 brainproxy: hiredman: okay, just a sanity check :)

17:11 hiredman: jjido: brainproxy says "if the body of doseq involves forms that will return futures"

17:12 jjido: good point

17:13 rather confused statement

17:14 brainproxy: okay, i meant i have a case where the body in my doseq would return a future when considered in itself

17:14 but I understand doseq itself doesn't return those things

17:14 TimMc: brainproxy: You're saying you want to join on all those futures, then?

17:15 brainproxy: no, i just need to make sure they all finish their computations before moving on, so I can alter the body so that the part that returns the future is prefixed with @

17:15 hiredman: brainproxy: that is pretty silly

17:16 jcromartie: (time (doseq [_ (range 10)] (future (Thread/sleep 100))))

17:16 &(time (doseq [_ (range 10)] (future (Thread/sleep 100))))

17:16 lazybot: java.lang.SecurityException: You tripped the alarm! future-call is bad!

17:16 jcromartie: oh

17:16 ,(time (doseq [_ (range 10)] (future (Thread/sleep 100))))

17:16 clojurebot: #<SecurityException java.lang.SecurityException: no threads please>

17:16 jcromartie: bah

17:16 hiredman: you will serially step through a seq, spinning computations off on another thread, but blocking the main thread until it completes

17:16 jcromartie: anyway, in my local repl that takes 1ms

17:17 brainproxy: yeah, okay, maybe there is a better way... i was borrowing a helper func from the day-of-datomic samples

17:17 and was looking to adapt it in a simple way to get me what I wanted

17:19 jcromartie: brainproxy: what about pmap

17:19 i.e. (doall (pmap some-fn some-seq))

17:19 if it's for side effects

17:20 brainproxy: cool

17:23 jcromartie: what's that HOF that is like ((_ f g) x) and returns [(f x) (g x)]

17:23 raek: jcromartie: juxt

17:23 jcromartie: thanks

17:27 *usually* totally not worth it: parallel filter

17:27 in fact, every time I add a "p" to my program it gets slower :P

17:28 is this totally stupid? https://gist.github.com/3814519

17:28 oh duh

17:28 never mind

17:30 muhoo: heh

17:40 Urthwhyte: Is there a good writeup on the changes records have gone through from 1.2->1.4?

17:40 I suppose the mailing lists would have a good history?

17:47 hammer: is anyone putting reports from clojure unit tests in a maven site?

17:47 jcromartie: I am really really pleased with the performance of this Clojure JSON API just running on Jetty

17:47 1000 requests per second

17:47 doing various filtering

17:48 3K/sec for methods return aggregates over the model that the API exposes

17:48 (i.e. less I/O)

17:50 it's not astronomical or anything but compared to what I'm used to :P

17:53 Frozenlock: Uh that weird.. "new TrayIcon(createImage("images/bulb.gif", "tray icon"))" I would have guessed becomes something like: "(java.awt.TrayIcon. (createImage. "images/bulb.gif") "tray icon")" But obviously 'createImage' isn't a method I can apply directly to a string. How does it translate in clojure?

17:53 Sgeo: I don't understand https://github.com/clojure-liberator/liberator

17:53 The Routing web requests example

17:53 brainproxy: Sgeo: yeah, it's a little weird at first

17:53 Sgeo: How is it using the ANY macro without it being named in the ns form?

17:55 Apage43: Frozenlock: "createImage" is not a constructor there

17:55 it's a method on whatever the enclosing class is

17:55 brainproxy: Sgeo: hmm, could be a typo, or maybe w/in the body of routes the ANY symbol is bound

17:57 Sgeo: seems like a mistake

17:57 Apage43: Frozenlock: this what you're porting? http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/displayCode.html?code=http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/examples/misc/TrayIconDemoProject/src/misc/TrayIconDemo.java

17:57 The createImage method is at the bottom

17:57 Frozenlock: Yes

17:57 brainproxy: Sgeo: the author should have indicated ANY in the :use

17:57 Frozenlock: Ahh I see

17:58 I was looking at the API of TrayIcon and wondering what was up. Thanks!

17:58 Sgeo: brainproxy, how do you edit Clojure code?

17:58 Emacs, or what?

17:58 brainproxy: emacs ftw :)

17:59 Apage43: (defn createimage [path description] (javax.swing.ImageIcon. (resource path) description))

17:59 Sgeo: nREPL.el?

17:59 clojurebot: nrepl.el is srsbsns

17:59 Apage43: er, where resource is in clojure.java.io

17:59 http://clojuredocs.org/clojure_core/clojure.java.io/resource

17:59 brainproxy: Sgeo: still using lein-swank

17:59 but will switch over to nrepl eventually i suppose

18:00 but currently lein-swank is working fine for me

18:00 Sgeo: I just wish nrepl.el and paredit provided menus

18:00 Help transition in to using the things

18:01 brainproxy: paredit cheat sheet helps.. some

18:01 * Sgeo is curious as to what Rack is like

18:01 brainproxy: as in ruby rack?

18:02 Sgeo: Yes

18:02 Frozenlock: Apage43: Will make good use of it, thanks a lot :)

18:05 zoldar: am I missing something obvious or does this function completely ignore some of its' arguments, like "uniqueness" ? https://github.com/michaelklishin/neocons/blob/master/src/clojure/clojurewerkz/neocons/rest/paths.clj#L64

18:07 Sgeo: zoldar, uniqueness is used

18:08 Look at the let [request-body

18:09 Hmm

18:09 zoldar: Sgeo: not in "shortest-between". Or I am blind...

18:09 Sgeo: ,(let [{:as map} [[:a 1] [:b 2]]] map)

18:09 clojurebot: [[:a 1] [:b 2]]

18:10 jcromartie: why does clojure.xml/parse seem to fail miserably on a 11K document

18:11 Sgeo: zoldar, looks like copy/paste :/

18:11 jcromartie: I'll use jsoup

18:20 Sgeo: Suppose I want to do long-polling in a Compojure application

18:20 One route will presumably be for the request that the browser makes

18:20 jcromartie: is "lein search" broken

18:20 Sgeo: How do I communicate with ... hmm

18:21 How do I communicate between that request and whatever will fulfill it (say, a different request0

18:21 weavejester: Sgeo: You could block a response on a promise.

18:22 Sgeo: But you might want to use a server designed for asynchronous I/O, like Aleph

18:22 wingy: light table is the best thing after sliced bread

18:22 Sgeo: I guess my question is largely because I recently tried to do something similar in PHP, and ended up using a file

18:22 Although a socket might be a better way to go in the PHP case?

18:28 weavejester: Sgeo: It really depends on how many users you're expecting...

18:29 Sgeo: Probably not very many, but... I wish design decisions didn't always come down to that

18:29 weavejester: Sgeo: For a small number of users, you could use a BlockingQueue

18:29 Sgeo: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/java/util/concurrent/BlockingQueue.html

18:29 emezeske: Sgeo: You wish design decisions didn't come down to the real world? :P

18:30 Sgeo: Is this sort of thing the use case for Immutant?

18:30 Apparently it offers a messaging thing?

18:30 weavejester: Sgeo: Well, you really just need something like (defonce queue (LinkedBlockingQueue.))

18:31 Sgeo: And then (.poll queue 60 TimeUnit/SECONDS)

18:31 Sgeo: In your "listener" route

18:32 Sgeo: I guess I'm too used to thinking in PHP terms

18:32 weavejester: Sgeo: And (.add queue "message") in your "sender" route

18:33 Sgeo: Where a file is executed once and then the environment is discarded, no global sharing. If I understand PHP correctly

18:33 weavejester: Sgeo: That'll use up 1 thread per user, which is not too efficient, but will scale to a few hundred simultaneous users (or however big your thread pool is)

18:33 Sgeo: In Clojure the environment sticks around

18:33 Sgeo: Though if you have a load-balanced environment obviously you'd have to rethink things

18:34 zoldar: If I'm going to make a pull request on github for a bugfix, should I file an issue first?

18:35 (sorry for off-topic

18:35 weavejester: zoldar: Not necessarily, but it depends on the scope of the pull request.

18:35 zoldar: If it's a simple bug fix, then IMO there's not usually a huge point in having a separate issue

18:35 zoldar: weavejester: that's a minor fix of what seems to be a copy/paste error

18:35 weavejester: zoldar: If, however, you're adding in a new feature, you might want to talk to the repo owner first through an issue

18:36 zoldar: Just send a pull request then

18:36 zoldar: thanks

18:36 weavejester: The only time it matters, IMO, is if you're going to create a large feature without talking to the repo owner first.

18:36 hiredman: if it is for clojure or a clojure contrib project, they do not accept pull requests

18:37 zoldar: it's for neocons

18:37 weavejester: Good point, hiredman

18:38 hiredman: https://github.com/clojure/clojure/pull/6

18:40 amalloy: hah, i haven't looked at that one since he followed up

18:42 Sgeo: Is Noir useful without defpage? Would Noir fans dislike the notion of not using defpage?

18:44 Frozenlock: Would there be something to replace it?

18:44 emezeske: Sgeo: IMHO if you are thinking about using Noir without defpage, you should just use raw Compojure.

18:46 Sgeo: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Compojure/Getting_Started looks obsolete, no Lein?

18:47 emezeske: Sgeo: Much more up to date: https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/wiki/Getting-Started

18:47 brehaut: Sgeo: how about going to the horses mouth: https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/wiki/Getting-Started

18:47 oh. lol

18:48 * emezeske harmonizes with brehaut.

18:49 Sgeo: Why is Hiccup's html a macro?

18:49 And not a function?

18:50 emezeske: Sgeo: It does a bunch of precompiling to make things fast

18:51 Sgeo: If I do (def some-vector [:html [:head [:title "Blah]] [:body "Hi"]]) (html some-vector)

18:51 Will it emit based on the vector, or do something weird?

18:51 Oh, I forgot a ]

18:51 No I didn't

18:52 * emezeske directs Sgeo to the nearest REPL.

18:52 Sgeo: I wish I could quickload in the REPL

18:52 Frozenlock: You can't live without a REPL

18:52 zoldar: does that look like a correct pull request? https://github.com/michaelklishin/neocons/pull/10

18:53 * Frozenlock hugs his clojure and clojurescript REPLs

18:53 weavejester: Sgeo: The html macro pre-compiles the code

18:54 Sgeo: So, for instance (html [:a {:href x} x]) gets turned into (str "<a href=\" x "\">" x "</a>")

18:55 amalloy: weavejester: that second instance of x should be (html x), shouldn't it?

18:56 weavejester: amalloy: Oh yep, true

18:58 Sgeo: ,(let [{:as map} [:a 1 :b 2]] map)

18:59 clojurebot: [:a 1 :b 2]

18:59 Sgeo: ,(let [{:keys [a b]} [:a 1 :b 2]] [b a])

18:59 clojurebot: [nil nil]

18:59 Sgeo: So how exactly does & {:keys [...]} in an fn arglist work?

19:00 amalloy: ~def destructure

19:01 in particular https://github.com/clojure/clojure/blob/f128af9d36dfcb268b6e9ea63676cf254c0f1c40/src/clj/clojure/core.clj#L3434

19:04 Apage43: Incidentally you can macroexpand destructured things

19:04 Frozenlock: Sgeo: You might want to use [&[:keys [a b]]], so you will be able to pass a map directly.

19:04 er [&[{:keys [a b]}]]

19:04 Apage43: ,(macroexpand '(let [{:keys [a b]} somemap] [a b]))

19:04 clojurebot: (let* [map__84 somemap map__84 (if (clojure.core/seq? map__84) (clojure.core/apply clojure.core/hash-map map__84) map__84) b ...] [a b])

19:05 pqnelson: OK, I have a quick stupid question :(

19:05 When would one use #'stuff?

19:05 amalloy: Apage43: easier to just call destructure, really

19:05 &(destructure '[{:keys [a b]} somemap])

19:05 lazybot: ⇒ [map__56095 somemap map__56095 (if (clojure.core/seq? map__56095) (clojure.core/apply clojure.core/hash-map map__56095) map__56095) b (clojure.core/get map__56095 :b) a (clojure.core/get map__56095 :a)]

19:06 pqnelson: When referring to a function in the ambient namespace, right?

19:06 Right.

19:08 Sgeo: How does defpage work with middleware?

19:11 zoldar: I have external dependency from github which I want to use using 'checkouts' directory. However, the same version library is available from clojars and it seems to take precedence. Is there any way to make it use the version from checkouts?

19:13 Sgeo: Learning Compojure seems to require learning Ring

19:13 clojurebot: compojure is a concise web framework inspired by Sinatra

19:13 weavejester: Sgeo: Right. Compojure is just a routing library for Ring

19:13 emezeske: Sgeo: Doing web development in Clojure requires learning Ring.

19:14 Sgeo: Doesn't Aleph do something that is almost like Ring but not quite?

19:14 weavejester: Aleph can act like a Ring handler, but can also do more things.

19:14 So it's effectively superset of Ring.

19:14 Sgeo: Hm

19:15 casion: what is ring?

19:16 weavejester: casion: A way of representing a web application in Clojure using maps and functions.

19:16 xeqi: casion: https://github.com/ring-clojure/ring

19:16 casion: xeqi: I'm there, but that doesn't really explain it very well to someone who has very little knowledge of web dev

19:17 xeqi: ah, then think representing http in clojure

19:17 casion: perhaps my question is over my own head in that case?

19:17 ahh

19:18 ok, thanks weavejester and xeqi :)

19:18 weavejester: casion: A web server is something that takes in a HTTP request, and returns a HTTP response, right?

19:18 casion: weavejester: that'd be my understanding, yes

19:18 weavejester: casion: In Ring the request and response are represented by maps, and the server that turns a request into a response is a function.

19:19 casion: At it's simplest: (fn [request] {:status 200, :headers {}, :body "Hello World"})

19:19 xeqi: pqnelson: I use #' when wanting to work around private, or when I want to be able to reload a file defing that var and have it change the usage immediately

19:19 casion: that is remarkably logical

19:20 weavejester: Isn't it? :)

19:20 casion: weavejester: that was a wonderful explanation

19:21 weavejester: It's a very simple abstraction, but very very powerful

19:21 casion: that is just ridiculously simple

19:22 I would have never avoided web dev so much if I knew of something like this years ago

19:22 Frozenlock: Clojure wasn't there years ago :P

19:23 Well not 'that' many years ago.

19:23 Sgeo: Why don't compojure.handler/api and compojure.handler/site use wrap-head?

19:23 pqnelson: xeqi: really, it'll cause a file to reload immediately? Nifty,

19:23 thanks :)

19:23 xeqi: pqnelson: no

19:23 Sgeo: It seems like wrap-head is generally a good idea, how can you call yourself an HTTP server without it?

19:23 weavejester: Sgeo: Because GET routes already account for HEAD.

19:23 Sgeo: Oh

19:24 pqnelson: xeqi: I misread, my error :S Thanks again :)

19:24 weavejester: Sgeo: https://github.com/weavejester/compojure/blob/master/src/compojure/core.clj#L25

19:25 Sgeo: Although that logic could probably be completely moved into wrap-head...

19:25 thorbjornDX: there has to be a cleaner way to do this, suggestions?: ##(map #(apply (fn [a & b] (if b [a (first b)] [(dec a) a])) %) (partition-all 2 (range 1 16)))

19:25 lazybot: ⇒ ([1 2] [3 4] [5 6] [7 8] [9 10] [11 12] [13 14] [14 15])

19:25 weavejester: Sgeo: But wrap-head post-dates it.

19:25 xeqi: pqnelson: an example of what I meant is a web server using #'routes, then if the var is changed, by say reloading the file, then new requests use the new binding

19:27 Frozenlock: #(for [i (range 1 16) :let [y (+ i 1)]] [i y])

19:27 &(for [i (range 1 16) :let [y (+ i 1)]] [i y])

19:27 lazybot: ⇒ ([1 2] [2 3] [3 4] [4 5] [5 6] [6 7] [7 8] [8 9] [9 10] [10 11] [11 12] [12 13] [13 14] [14 15] [15 16])

19:27 Frozenlock: Oh crap

19:27 &(for [i (range 1 16 2) :let [y (+ i 1)]] [i y])

19:27 lazybot: ⇒ ([1 2] [3 4] [5 6] [7 8] [9 10] [11 12] [13 14] [15 16])

19:27 pqnelson: xeqi: oh, I think I Understand. That's actually relevant to my

19:27 problem, thanks :D

19:28 thorbjornDX: Frozenlock: what if I don't want the 16 on the end? I would only like to use values in (range 1 16), and I am OK if there is overlap, but I want to minimize it. Which is why I don't use #(partition 2 2 %)

19:29 TimMc: partition

19:29 hiredman: ~partition

19:29 clojurebot: partition is probably not what you want; see partition-all.

19:29 TimMc: &(partition-all 2 (range 1 16))

19:29 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2) (3 4) (5 6) (7 8) (9 10) (11 12) (13 14) (15))

19:30 TimMc: stupid enter key

19:31 thorbjornDX: TimMc: can I do this? ##(partition 2 2 [(second (reverse (range 1 16)))] (range 1 16))

19:31 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2) (3 4) (5 6) (7 8) (9 10) (11 12) (13 14) (15 14))

19:32 TimMc: Oh, now I see the overlap thing.

19:32 Sgeo: What's wrong with partition?

19:33 thorbjornDX: Sgeo: it's close, but I'm trying to get the last element correct

19:33 Sgeo: I mean, in general, that the bot says "partition is probably not what you want"

19:34 TimMc: Sgeo: I disagree with whoever wrote that factoid.

19:34 amalloy: &(partition 2 [1 2 3])

19:34 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2))

19:34 TimMc: thorbjornDX: So, you want 1..4 to produce [[1 2] [3 4]], and 1..5 to produce [[1 2] [3 4] [4 5]]?

19:34 thorbjornDX: TimMc: correct, thanks for clarifying it, haha

19:34 Sgeo: &(partition-all 2 [1 2 3])

19:34 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2) (3))

19:35 TimMc: I sense an if statement in your future.

19:35 thorbjornDX: TimMc: roger that. Should I write a function and pass it to partition-by?

19:35 or I guess I can map/apply it to the sequence

19:36 TimMc: Nothing so complicated.

19:36 Oh! These aren't just going to be numbers, you have some input seq?

19:37 thorbjornDX: TimMc: they will be numbers. I'm literally using range :)

19:37 I'm probably over-complicating things, though.

19:38 TimMc: (fn weird-shit [n] (if (even? n) (partition 2 (range 1 (inc n))) (concat (weird-shit (dec n)) [(dec n) n])))

19:39 thorbjornDX: will give it a shot, sorry for weird questions :)

19:39 TimMc: Oops, almost.

19:39 ,((fn weird-shit [n] (if (even? n) (partition 2 (range 1 (inc n))) (concat (weird-shit (dec n)) [[(dec n) n]]))) 15)

19:39 clojurebot: ((1 2) (3 4) (5 6) (7 8) (9 10) ...)

19:39 TimMc: &((fn weird-shit [n] (if (even? n) (partition 2 (range 1 (inc n))) (concat (weird-shit (dec n)) [[(dec n) n]]))) 15) ;; lazybot is better with this

19:39 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2) (3 4) (5 6) (7 8) (9 10) (11 12) (13 14) [14 15])

19:39 TimMc: &((fn weird-shit [n] (if (even? n) (partition 2 (range 1 (inc n))) (concat (weird-shit (dec n)) [[(dec n) n]]))) 16)

19:39 lazybot: ⇒ ((1 2) (3 4) (5 6) (7 8) (9 10) (11 12) (13 14) (15 16))

19:40 thorbjornDX: TimMc: awesome, thanks for the code

19:41 TimMc: So, WTF are you doing with that?

19:42 thorbjornDX: TimMc: exercising hardware

19:42 TimMc: er, s/exercising/testing

19:42 TimMc: s/hardware/ICs

19:46 nightfly_: How can I get string representation of a symbol (ie 'example -> "example")

19:48 stain: ,(name 'example)

19:48 clojurebot: "example"

19:49 stain: str would also work :)

19:49 thorbjornDX: ,(name :key) ; is a bit different though

19:49 clojurebot: "key"

19:49 thorbjornDX: ,(str :key)

19:49 clojurebot: ":key"

19:49 stain: yeah.. so good to remember the (name)

19:50 xeqi: ,(name 'clojure.string/join)

19:50 clojurebot: "join"

19:51 Sgeo: o.O

19:51 nightfly_: stain: Cool, thank you

19:51 Sgeo: vars that hold fns can be used as an fn

19:53 wingy: could we have a vote .. midje or clojure.test?

19:54 stain: never tried midje.. is it good? It means 'waist' in my mother tongue..

19:55 emezeske: I use both. Midje is harder to learn, but can be very concise. (In some cases, of course, being too concise can be a drawback...)

19:55 xeqi: I use clojure.test cause its builtin

19:56 technomancy: clojure.test is pretty good

19:57 wingy: emezeske: if you were about to choose one of them which one would you use?

19:58 hiredman: I wouldn't call it good, but is the bare minimum, which is all you want

20:00 technomancy: well I guess the thrown? implementation is kind of the canonical "how to go overboard with macros" example

20:00 but compared to midje...

20:01 emezeske: wingy: Personally I would use midje if I was going to do tons of mocking and stuff.

20:01 wingy: Nobody seems to agree with me though, so you might want to ignore me. :P

20:01 hiredman: you can just fill a file up with asserts

20:01 run it by loading the file and looking for exceptions

20:03 xeqi: test.generative is fun if you can think of properties

20:03 stain: I am in love with Midje already, just reading the tutorial

20:03 hiredman: => is just silly

20:05 wingy: quite cool actually

20:06 emezeske: wingy: I think the warning about midje that maybe isn't broadcast loudly enough is that inside a (fact), you are not really writing Clojure code anymore

20:06 wingy: You are writing midje code

20:06 wingy: And that should at least terrify you a little bit

20:06 wingy: https://gist.github.com/3100734

20:06 stain: it comes with the checkers like (roughly 52) and "irrelevant"

20:06 wingy: which one is to prefer?

20:06 i think midje wins there

20:08 dont you think?

20:08 amalloy: emezeske: i don't care for midje myself, but what you just said is a valid complaint about any macro

20:08 stain: yeah, being able to test partial facts about collections are often large parts of my unit tests. But I can see the problem - what if I now want to check that the content type just include the string "json" ignoring case?

20:08 arohner: amalloy: sure, but some macros abuse things far far more than normal

20:09 wingy: yeah shouldn't macros be used for cases like this?

20:09 making approripate DSLs to help out dev

20:09 stain: right - unit testing should be a good case for making a DSL

20:10 but both approaches do that - it's just that Midje has taken some additional freedoms and rethought how to do it rather than go the junit style

20:11 TimMc: thorbjornDX: I guess that's allowed. :-)

20:11 sexpGirl: which unit testing "thing" can I use if I want to run some unit tests written in Clojure, testing Clojure code, from inside Emacs / nrepl.el ? Is there some integration at all ? (like failing tests showing in red or something)

20:11 technomancy: sexpGirl: clojure-test-mode works with slime but hasn't been ported to nrepl.el yet

20:11 hiredman: swank-clojure and clojure.test would do that

20:12 wingy: ill just stick with clojure.test for now

20:13 emezeske: amalloy: That's true. I guess it's just a matter of degree -- more of the forms you pass to midje are munged by the macro than, say, defn.

20:14 sexpGirl: technomancy: oh I see... Have you any plan of porting it to nrepl.el? (is it something people are even asking for?)

20:14 technomancy: sexpGirl: it's on my list

20:14 but my list is ... long.

20:14 sexpGirl: technomancy: eh eh ; )

20:15 xeqi: sexpGirl: I've been using test-ns or test-var in the repl w/ nrepl.el

20:16 hoping someone gets to clojure-test-mode

20:16 hiredman: nrepl.el still seems to have lots of very rough edges

20:16 technomancy: yeah I had to fall back to slime last week to use the inspector

20:17 xeqi: can't wait to see http://clojure-conj.org/speakers/duncan.html

20:17 hiredman: I have issues with reader literals

20:18 where if x is a form that can be read, but then the printed representation cannot be read, it all explodes

20:18 so there is some of double reading going on

20:19 sexpGirl: What is a stack frame compared to a stack trace?

20:19 emezeske: sexpGirl: A stack trace is a list of stack frames

20:19 wingy: there is a good link for beginners explaining the difference between collections and sequences .. anyone knows which one i mean?

20:20 sexpGirl: emezeske: ah gotcha, thanks.

20:33 thorbjornDX: TimMc: if only hardware were functionally pure

20:35 emezeske: thorbjornDX: I have a space heater. Does that count as functionally pure? :D

20:39 holo: just a random comment: lein exec wont run lein deps beforehand if there are new dependencies

20:39 thorbjornDX: emezeske: close enough for me

20:40 XPherior: Can anyone show me an example of reading lines from stdin until nil is received?

20:40 thorbjornDX: emezeske: a space heater isn't stateless though

20:42 emezeske: thorbjornDX: Who knows? The processor (heating coil) takes no input and produces no output. It just converts energy to heat. :)

20:42 mpan: xpherior: get a reader, get the line-seq of the reader, take-while the seq

20:43 XPherior: mpan: Okay. I had a feeling it was something around that. Thanks. :)

20:43 mpan: what do you mean by nil, though?

20:43 XPherior: You know how in like a Ruby program, you can read from the console while there's more values (C-d hasn't been hit)?

20:44 mpan: pretty sure an EOF would just end the seq

20:44 not give nil

20:44 XPherior: EOF from the console is what I mean, rather. Thanks.

20:44 Yeah, that's just as well

20:44 mpan: try just going over the whole line-seq

20:44 pretty sure it just ends on EOF

20:44 so you may not even need the take-while

20:45 XPherior: Lemme have a go.

20:46 Whenever I type something from the console and hit return, nothing happens

20:47 Like it wants to keep reading from the seq, even when I Ctl-D

20:47 mpan: wait, are you using lein?

20:47 XPherior: Yeah

20:47 mpan: wasn't there something about lein not cooperating with stdin?

20:47 XPherior: Dah crap, they didnt fix that yet?

20:47 mpan: I have no idea; let me check

20:47 XPherior: Yeeeeah, I read that and filtered it out

20:47 :)

20:48 mpan: https://github.com/technomancy/leiningen/issues/169 suggests it wasn't fixed

20:48 technomancy: it's a bug in the JVM

20:48 mpan: try lein trampoline

20:48 idk if that will help but it does take lein out of the equation, right?

20:48 XPherior: Ah, technomancy. What do you think of the JVM in general? Was mounting Clojure on it a good idea?

20:49 Yeah, mpan. It didn't work, but good try. :)

20:49 technomancy: the JVM is an amazing mix of excellent engineering and stupidity

20:49 luckily you can mostly route around the damage

20:49 Hodapp: hah

20:49 XPherior: Haha.

20:49 technomancy: cf. java.util.Date, the java command-line launcher, and the subprocess API

20:50 although now java.util.Date has infected clojure via reader literals =(

20:50 you can work around it, but you're hosed by default

20:50 XPherior: Fantasic. :/

20:50 Have you ever met Rich?

20:51 technomancy: sure

20:51 I tried to talk him out of making the reader return j.u.Date

20:51 but apparently Datomic couldn't wait for jdk8

20:51 XPherior: That's pretty cool. I'd like to meet him someday.

20:51 Certainly going to be a while for that, yeah.

20:52 mpan: wait, how do you make the reader return a date?

20:52 emezeske: XPherior: Just show up to a clojure conference. Rich is very approachable (if a bit busy) :)

20:52 technomancy: mpan: #inst I believe. I try not to think too much about it.

20:53 XPherior: emezeske: Yeah, I hope it make it to one soon. Just finishing school. Conferences are kind of expensive.

20:53 technomancy: my theory is that j.u.Date was the part of the JVM that they had the interns write

20:54 XPherior: Interns working on the JVM. Eeek.

20:54 technomancy: the other explanation was that it was implemented by professionals, which is even more depressing

20:54 emezeske: XPherior: True. I think they usually offer a student discount, at least. :)

20:54 XPherior: I should catch it before this May then. :)

20:55 Frozenlock: What's wrong with util.date?

20:55 (I've never used it)

20:55 XPherior: Clojure has made me really marketable for places that care about code quality.

20:55 mpan: xpherior: well I got it to work in the repl

20:56 and the mailing list said the repl was where the bug didn't show up

20:56 so that makes me think trampoline should work, too?

20:56 XPherior: mpan: Yeah I just did too. Maybe I derped.

20:56 mpan: I'm really not sure

20:56 XPherior: Okay, yeah I did something really dumb. It works now.

20:56 Thanks for sanity checking that.

20:56 mpan: so for future reference

20:56 when I need stdin

20:57 XPherior: Trampoline that bad boy.

20:57 mpan: would the repl inside ccw inside eclipse work?

20:57 that's just nrepl with a fancy wrapper, right?

20:57 XPherior: I've no idea.

21:06 mpan: is there a nice solution for when the most obvious name for a function is too many words long?

21:07 emezeske: mpan how many words is too long?

21:07 mpan: "make weighted exponential ranked generation strategy function" :(

21:07 casion: mpan: intitialism and docstring!

21:08 mpan: casion: initialism how?

21:08 casion: the good ole mwergsfunc

21:08 mpan: :(

21:08 I was hoping not to lose meaning

21:08 casion: you don't know mwergs?

21:08 emezeske: mpan: Well, off the bat, I'd say that strategy and function are kind of superfluous

21:09 mpan: I mean, I've abbreviated it, but that doesn't help enough

21:09 casion: mpan: in my experience as long as you follow language convention and be consistent, you can get away with al ot

21:09 emezeske: mpan: If a W.E.R.G. is a common term in your domain, it's a reasonable thing to abbreviate IMO

21:10 mpan: sadly, I'm the one who has to maintain this codebase for the next 30 hours

21:10 and no, I'm making this up as I go along

21:10 because that's what the assignment wants

21:10 casion: mpan: my approach would be to abbreviate nouns, and intitialize adjectives usually

21:11 within convention

21:11 mpan: all right

21:11 thanks

21:11 I suppose it's no big deal if my identifiers suck

21:11 just need to get it working

21:11 casion: do you have a similar function that's not weighted?

21:11 mpan: I could

21:12 casion: of so, then you can just use W to differentiate between the 2

21:12 and that becomes obvious

21:12 mpan: I just happen to know this is a good strategy function from trial and error from last assignment

21:12 casion: is there a non-exponential version?

21:12 if not, then exponential is redundant to mention

21:13 having the word 'generation' in a function name is usually redundant as well

21:14 mpan: sorry, generation here means generations (noun) of a population

21:14 also, I should fix redundant inputs

21:15 casion: I would think most of the overtly descriptive aspects could be contained in the docstring

21:15 but I don't know how far people usually take that in clojure

21:20 devth: given [[1 2] [3 4]] and ["a" "b"], how could i obtain [[1 2 "a"] [3 4 "b"]]?

21:20 mpan: conj them

21:21 or rather, conj the elems of the 2nd vec into the elems of the 1st vec

21:21 gfredericks: ,(map conj [[1 2] [3 4]] ["a" "b"])

21:21 clojurebot: ([1 2 "a"] [3 4 "b"])

21:21 devth: ah, nice. thank you.

21:22 first time i've used map with multiple colls. i was trying to solve this with into and merge.

21:23 casion: hmm

21:23 ,(map into [[1 2] [3 4]] ["a" "b"])

21:23 clojurebot: ([1 2 \a] [3 4 \b])

21:23 casion: doesn't into use conj?

21:24 * gfredericks believes so

21:24 casion: why is it giving characters instead of strings?

21:24 gfredericks: it treats the "a" like a collection

21:24 casion: ah

21:24 gfredericks: so you get ##(reduce into [1 2] "a")

21:24 lazybot: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Don't know how to create ISeq from: java.lang.Character

21:24 gfredericks: or not

21:24 casion: I get it

21:24 I keep getting tricked by that behaviour

21:25 metellus: ,(map into [[1 2] [3 4]] "ab")

21:25 clojurebot: #<ExecutionException java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Don't know how to create ISeq from: java.lang.Character>

21:25 * gfredericks still can't figure out why his reduce failed

21:25 metellus: ,(map into [[1 2] [3 4]] ["ab"])

21:25 clojurebot: ([1 2 \a \b])

21:25 amalloy: gfredericks: you get (into [1 2] "a")

21:25 or (reduce conj [1 2] "a")

21:26 gfredericks: &(into [1 2] "a")

21:26 lazybot: ⇒ [1 2 \a]

21:26 gfredericks: does what I'd expect

21:26 amalloy: right. but not what you asked for in your reduce

21:26 gfredericks: ah ha right

21:26 amalloy: you asked for (reduce into {1 2] "a"). obviously (reduce f init coll) is not the same as (f init coll)

21:27 * gfredericks doesn't know what he was thinking and gives up trying to figure it out

21:27 gfredericks: amalloy: thanks for sorting me out as always

21:27 * amalloy is a comparator suitable for use with sort-by

21:28 casion: assuming the second collection wasn't a string in this case, would into or conj be more preferred?

21:28 wow

21:28 ok, I'm going to go sit down and turn off my brain for a bit then.

21:28 gfredericks: &(sort-by amalloy [:gfredericks :casion])

21:28 lazybot: java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to resolve symbol: amalloy in this context

21:30 casion: I can't even fathom why I thought that was a reasonable question :|

21:32 dgrnbrg: hello clojurians!

21:33 i am having a strange issue: I have added leinjacker as a dependency to a plugin project i'm working on, but when I use the plugin, I get a compilation error in the project that there is no such var for the leinjacker function I'm trying to use

21:33 cemerick: Every date implementation is bugged. Some are just more bugged than others.

21:34 dgrnbrg: are there are issues or difficulties I should be aware of when using plugin libraries in other plugins?

21:36 amalloy: cemerick: once we get all humans everywhere to agree that the nanosecond is the only useful unit of time it will all be much easier

21:40 cemerick: amalloy: and then you meet someone doing time dilation experiments or something

21:47 technomancy: UTC for life bros

21:50 dgrnbrg: technomancy: any idea why, if I am developing a plugin that depends on a library in its dependencies, and then I do a "lein install" of that plugin, that when I try to use the plugin, leiningen dies with the error that a var from the depended-on library can't be found?

21:51 emezeske_: dgrnbrg: Maybe another of your plugins depends on a newer version of that library that doesn't have said var?

21:51 dgrnbrg: I'm depending on the newest version of the library :/

21:51 technomancy: dgrnbrg: maybe a version range is interfering? try lein-pedantic?

21:52 cemerick: I hope lein-pedantic is on deck for inclusion in lein. ;-)

21:52 technomancy: definitely

21:52 what about inclusion in pomegranate? =)

21:53 dgrnbrg: technomancy: I installed lein-pedantic, but got no warnings

21:54 is there a plugin to visualize the transitive closure of the plugin dependencies?

21:54 cemerick: technomancy: I would, but pomegranate needs to be use-case agnostic. pedantic is opinionated (in a good way IMO), but I don't want to cut off others applying other policies, completely different strategies, etc.

21:55 technomancy: cemerick: yeah, it wouldn't make sense to turn off by default; I just mean being able to implement it without resorting to hooks would be nice

21:55 *turn on by default

21:56 dgrnbrg: now, when I try to run "lein vimclojure", I'm seeing leiningen die with "No value supplied for key: [:add-classpath? true]"

21:56 what does that mean? I assume that I have an uneven list->map somewhere?

21:57 aperiodic: looks like a kwargs fn whose args aren't being sufficiently flattened

21:57 dgrnbrg: is there a way to get leiningen to show me a stack trace instead of just the error msg?

21:58 ah, i see

21:59 technomancy: dgrnbrg: running from master or using DEBUG=y on preview10 will get you a trace

22:01 mpan: I have maps with different structure within my tree, but zippers don't care, right?

22:01 as long as I satisfy the required behavior?

22:01 jimduey: For those interested in monads and/or core.logic. I just put up some branches on my core.logic fork that shows miniKanren implemented with different monads.

22:01 mpan: and I can replace nonterminals with terminals and vice-versa?

22:01 jimduey: https://github.com/jduey/core.logic

22:02 The branches are: sequence-monad, cont-m, lazy-cont and fork-join

22:02 It's interesting to look at the diffs between the branches to see what had to change.

22:04 dgrnbrg: This is just crazy: my leiningen plugin A lists B in its :dependencies. When I try to run A, it says that there is no var B/foo. When I add B to the :plugins of the project from which I'm running A, then everything works

22:04 But B is a dependency of A, so it should already be available!

22:05 technomancy: dgrnbrg: try temporarily moving :plugins to :dependencies and running `lein deps :tree`

22:06 dgrnbrg: technomancy: it says that plugin A has library B as a dependency!

22:06 which is not what happens when I actually run it :(

22:06 amalloy: it gets an old version probably

22:07 dgrnbrg: all the versions are up-to-date

22:08 technomancy: don't know what to say. the jar in ~/.m2/repository claiming to be version X of library B does not have the var you're looking for.

22:09 dgrnbrg: I know…it's driving me insane :)

22:09 technomancy: try opening the jar in emacs?

22:09 or your editor of choice

22:09 dgrnbrg: I'm going back through every step of the process

22:09 to confirm what's going on

22:09 mindbender1: how can I access clojure queues?

22:12 dgrnbrg: technomancy: I see something strange--library B is leinjacker, and I depend on 0.3.0. When I move all the plugins into dependencies and run lein deps :tree, I only see leinjacker 0.3.0. But when I delete leinjacker from my m2 and run my plugin again, I see leinjacker 0.2.0 gets downloaded, even though none of my dependencies use it

22:12 and leinjacker 0.2.0 is missing the thing I need; but I don't understand who's forcing the downgrade

22:16 oh man, that's weird… I set a fixed version on my plugin, and then lein pedantic triggered an error on a clojure version conflict between the test project and a different dependency (none of which were my actual conflicting library), and then when I fixed that, the issue with the missing var dissappeared

22:16 wat

22:18 that's definitely the issue--somehow it's deciding to use an old version of leinjacker, even though I can't find any plugins that require the older version…unless they're in my profiles.clj!

22:19 how am I supposed to debug this kind of thing in the future? Or how can I help others not get stuck into this trap?

22:19 or should I just start using version ranges like "[1.0.2,)" instead of "1.0.2"?

22:23 mpan: is there a convenient way to bind x to a and y to b, or vice versa, depending on the truth value of c?

22:25 dgrnbrg: mpan: (let [[a b] (if c [x y] [y x])] ...)

22:25 mpan: dgrnbrg: oh cool! thanks!

22:26 mindbender1: "PersistentQueue is indeed one of Clojure's more closely guarded secrets." - Michal Marczyk

22:29 jcromartie: something just occurred to me: websites are absolutely not hierarchical

22:30 (writing a crawler)

22:30 mpan: they can be made to be, though

22:31 if you define implicit "distance" according to first encounter and kill all the "backward" links

22:36 xeqi: dgrnbrg: so you ran lein-pedantic on your plugin project and it gave an error, and fixing that fixed your issue with lein-jacker?

22:36 amalloy: mpan: that's just acyclic, not hierarchical

22:36 dgrnbrg: xeqi: unfortunately, no

22:36 I added lein-pedantic to my profile and it gave me no warnings

22:36 I randomly decided to try using a minimum version range rather than a soft version range

22:37 then lein pendadatic found a conflict with clojure versions in another set of unrelated libs

22:37 xeqi: heh, thats weird

22:37 dgrnbrg: that fixed the original issue

22:38 does lein pedantic also run on plugins?

22:38 because that's where my error was

22:38 mpan: wait, have I got the wrong definition? is there more to hierarchical than just being able to get "levels"?

22:38 xeqi: no, being a plugin itself, lein has to setup and grab the plugins before it hooks in

22:39 mpan: amalloy: well, I suppose there's potentially a ton of incomparable stuff :/ and maybe it's not a good idea to just call those "the same level as the origin node"

22:40 dgrnbrg: xeqi: perhaps there could be an associated task like "lein pedantic-plugins", to help debug this kind of issue?

22:40 it could just replace the dependencies with the plugins (given the enabled profiles), and then do its thing

22:41 I think

22:41 xeqi: hmm, thats not a bad idea to explore

22:43 as for how to help prevent this for others, I don't think theres any good recommendations, plugin dev is still kinda open ended

22:43 making an issue on lein-pedantic for the check plugins stuff to play with later

22:54 dgrnbrg: xeqi: I am working on this command, but I can't find pedantic 0.0.2 in clojars

22:57 xeqi: dgrnbrg: https://clojars.org/repo/pedantic/pedantic/0.0.2/ - hmm, its there. are you getting this as part of a fork of lein-pedantic?

22:57 dgrnbrg: xeqi: I think i am just ruining my clojure config on my laptop tonight

22:57 xeqi: haha

22:57 dgrnbrg: i will send you a pull request to have a stored discussion

22:59 alright, I've sent you a pull request

23:04 jcromartie: whenever I'm stuck with a function or algorithm: off to the REPL!

23:04 * jcromartie thinks out loud sometimes

23:10 xeqi: dgrnbrg: had to move it a bit to be a task, but looks like it works from some quick testing

23:10 dgrnbrg: wtf…I am eval-in-project with my project map that has a new dependency added to it, but then i get a class not found error as if the dependency was just ignored

23:11 xeqi: cool, i couldn't figure that out, and i am full of pain and suffering due to today's plugin woes

23:11 i can't wait to apply it to my config

23:11 and see all the awfulness i've made

23:21 xeqi: dgrnbrg, technomancy: hmm, I'm tempted to make this a higher order task thing; lein plugins-deps deps :tree seems useful too

23:21 dgrnbrg: that would be so awesome!

23:21 maybe call it plugins->deps?

23:23 xeqi: sure, was a quick one off typing

23:26 ,(ns some->ns)

23:26 clojurebot: nil

23:26 xeqi: ... is that a legal namespace name?

23:33 dgrnbrg: hmm, maybe not...

23:33 :(

23:41 xeqi: dgrnbrg: well, it wouldn't work for a cli anyways

23:41 always pipeing out somewhere

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