#clojure log - Nov 01 2012

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0:52 brainproxy: &(clojure.set/union [1] '(2))

0:52 lazybot: ⇒ [1 2]

0:52 brainproxy: dynamic typing ftw!

0:52 :p

0:58 devn: zwat

1:08 Frozenlo`: Oh wow... I just discovered the function 'bean'

1:10 Is there a function to stringify every keyword in a map?

1:18 clojure.walk/stringify-keys

2:03 Gmind: #join #ruby

2:04 mrowe: lol

2:04 Gmind: Oops..

2:14 hughfdjackson: I love that lein creates a test folder by default

2:14 it's refreshing to have the defacto tool hint that that's just the right thing to do

2:29 Gmind: Oh, this channel is so crowd

3:15 wastrel: :[

3:28 jyu: hello I have a little question, how can i give the parameter a name when calling a function.

3:32 foodoo: jyu: Clojure doesn't support keyword arguments in general. But you can use destructuring with a hash-map for your own functions to support it

3:33 jyu: foodoo: thanks

3:42 foodoo: jyu: (defn foo [ & args ] (let [{:keys [a b c]} (apply hash-map args)] (list a b c)))

3:42 jyu: usage example: (foo :b 2 :c 3 :a 1)

3:43 _ulises: foodoo: you can even (defn f [{:keys [a b c] }] (+ a b c))

3:43 (if I recall correctly)

3:44 ,(defn f [{:keys [a b c] }] (+ a b c))

3:44 clojurebot: #<Exception java.lang.Exception: SANBOX DENIED>

3:47 _ulises: actually it'd be (defn f [& {:keys [a b c]}] (+ a b c))

3:48 you can even then add an :or { ... } bit to it

3:49 jyu: _ulises: :) thanks got it

3:57 foodoo: _ulises: oh, cool. Thanks

4:12 dspp: i'm using enlive to do some scraping, im ending up with \ characters in the resulting strings

4:12 can't strip this out with trim, its just a slash \

4:12 why is this, how can i strip these out?

4:15 * Apage43 has personally had far better luck with Jsoup for scraping stuff

4:23 dspp: Apage43, thanks for the tip

4:24 I'd still like to know what this weird \ character is though

5:34 luxbock: using Emacs with paredit, is there a shortcut for changing parenthesis into square-brackets?

5:35 ejackson: luxbock: don't think so just splice and then slurp

5:35 luxbock: I typed my function call with [ ] by accident

5:35 alright

5:52 ejackson: luxbock: i guess doing it the other way around would be faster and less error prone

6:13 wei_: get-in seems to have different behavior for clojure and clojurescript: (get-in [1 2 3] [nil] "not found") yields "not found" in clojure but "1" in clojurescript

6:13 is there any way to also get the "not found" result in clojurescript for nil reference into a vector?

6:19 ok, my workaround is (if (nil? index) "not found" (get-in [1 2 3] [index] "not found"))

7:56 mpan: Is there something which brings in another ns under a new name, similar to refer? The ns already exists and I wouldn't want to try loading it, because it was created in a different way.

7:57 Would require do it? That seems confusing because the usual usage of require is to cause loading, right?

8:57 xeqi: &(doc alias)

8:57 lazybot: ⇒ ------------------------- clojure.core/alias ([alias namespace-sym]) Add an alias in the current namespace to another namespace. Arguments are two symbols: the alias to be used, and the symbolic name of the target namespace. Use :as in the ns macro in preference to calling this directly. nil

9:04 XOXO1: hey, I need some kind of basic web server in clojure (using noir?) which would accept POST requests with file uploads and it just needs to response that okay, file was uploaded

9:30 S11001001: lazybot: mail XOXO1 if all you're doing is accepting multipart/form-data, that doesn't really demand more than basic https://github.com/ring-clojure/ring capabilities

9:30 lazybot: Message saved.

9:30 pandeiro: does anyone else have problems when killing an nrepl server/client in emacs and then trying to restart? i get error in process filter: error during connect: connection refused

9:49 ambrosebs: Who would be pleased if my Conj talk was 40 minutes of demoing Typed Clojure at the REPL?

9:50 I was thinking of putting some theory in there, but it seems secondary.

9:52 mpan: Is there a way to get filter and reduce of the same predicate in one pass?

9:52 S11001001: ambrosebs: theoretically, I'd like to hear about the limitations of the type system and ways to deal with them when ann-ing code

9:54 ambrosebs: S11001001: right, I think I can convey that without particularly going into the theory.

9:54 S11001001: not knowing the theory might lead to cargo-cult typing

9:56 ambrosebs: good point, I'll have to find a good balance.

9:56 Thankfully I do have a dissertation I can point to for the more curious

9:59 I'll definitely be using the live demos as vehicle to the theory, but it's probably not a good idea to go into much detail.

10:03 AntelopeSalad_: what would i have to type in the repl to start a server using this ring lib? https://github.com/aesterline/netty-ring-adapter

10:03 the instructions do not make it clear

10:03 i tried about 10 different things

10:05 ejackson: ambrosebs: yeah, too much theory is hard to absorb in a talk

10:05 better to show how and why with pointers to the deep stuff to be considered offline with time

10:06 S11001001: all the why is theory, though, ejackson

10:06 ejackson: yeah, but its too hard to grok in a 40 min talk

10:06 better get some concrete examples of what can be done

10:06 so that you're motivated to figure out the theory, as well as have some concrete notions to tie the theory onto

10:08 imho, anyway. i am quite slow to understand though

10:12 jimduey: ambrosebs: looking forward to your conj talk and unsession.

10:12 ambrosebs: jimduey: awesome :)

10:14 jimduey: I'll walk you through the work so far on typing conduits

10:15 ejackson: i really liked conduits when I played with them

10:15 typing them sounds insanely hard

10:16 ambrosebs: I don't know how jimduey implementing in Clojure TBH, amazing feat

10:17 ejackson: It's fascinating stuff, and I have a pretty good idea what needs to be done in order to type the full conduit library

10:17 well, aside from the really hard bits :D

10:17 ejackson: :)

10:19 ticking: Hm I'm curious what would be the most idiomatic way to share method implementations between records?

10:20 hyPiRion: ticking: Make the implementations functions, and just use the function.

10:22 ticking: hyPiRion, hm k ^^ thanks ^^

10:26 hm btw is there a way to do it the other way around ^^? Having the same implementation for two protocol methods?

10:27 mpan: ticking: taking advantage of functions-as-values, defining the function, and then just sticking it as a value where you please... so really the same idea as the other case

10:29 ejackson: exactly: just call the same function for both extensions of the Protocol

10:29 S11001001: ticking: Clojure isn't OOA&D friendly

10:30 ticking: and Clojure *hates* implementation inheritance. *Hates.*

10:30 ticking: mpan I was thinking of something among the line of (defprotocol A (foo [this])) (defprotocol B (foo [this])) (defrecord Fool [] [A B] (foo [this] "bar))

10:31 S11001001 yeah I noticed that sucks because I *hate* ;) code dublication ^^

10:31 mpan: but you're only duplicating the names

10:31 the definition happens only once

10:31 S11001001: ticking: we don't have duplication problem because we just write functions to operate on our data structures

10:32 ticking: as a sort of transition to this style, I strongly suggest organizing your methods around the multimethod system instead of protocols/records. You'll get controlled implementation inheritance that way.

10:33 hyPiRion: ticking: I don't think you would (nor should) extend protocols so often that same names becomes an issue.

10:33 mpan: but yea, as others have said, you don't usually want a huge tree of relationships as Java would have you make

10:34 hyPiRion: So actually, having [A B] would make stuff more complicated in general.

10:35 ticking: S11001001 right, mutlimethods seem to be the way to go, sucks a bit because speed is a concern too ^^

10:35 S11001001: ticking: again, it's transitional; the clojure way is really just to write ordinary functions

10:36 ticking: and you know what they say about premature optimization

10:36 ticking: S11001001 yeah totally agree on that ^^ but grinding through TBs of data is not fun :D

10:37 mpan: sounds interesting, though... where did you get TBs of data to begin with?

10:38 ticking: hyPiRion it's not by massive extension this occurs, I have two protocols which have their own records (scanned page data, only images, and only xml metadata) and one record which needs both (combined scanned images and metadata)

10:38 mpan ocr_ed books

10:38 with a ton of metadata ^^

10:38 mpan: sounds cool

10:39 hyPiRion: ticking: Ah, gotcha

10:39 Not saying it's always bad, but it's sometimes a bit dangerous

10:39 dnolen: ticking: I would follow ejackson's advice if you want to share implementations - create a shared function that protocol implementations call.

10:40 jimduey: ambrosebs: would really like to see your ideas on typing conduit. At some point I'm going to get around to rewriting it using a protocol arrows library.

10:40 ticking: dnolen yeah but if an implementation is not shared between all records I probably end with function-sharedA function-sharedB e.t.c. seems kinda nasty^^

10:42 dnolen: ticking: without knowing more details about what design you have in mind - can't really tell. core.logic is pretty complicated tho and sharing implementations works fine for me.

10:42 ejackson: well if the function is different for different types...

10:42 ticking: ejackson yeah true, just feels like the langauges job to me ;D

10:42 dnolen: ticking: delegation is possibility as well if your protocol design isn't overly complex

10:43 which it shouldn't be

10:43 ticking: dnolen yeah delegation is probably what I'm ending up with, the protocols introduction video just bashed them so hard that I had hoped there was another way :D

10:44 but thanks a lot everybody :D

10:46 mpan: ticking: which video was that? I think I'd be interested in watching it

10:47 ticking: mpan, http://vimeo.com/11236603 there you go ^^

10:47 mpan: thanks!

10:59 ambrosebs: jimduey: sounds great, can't wait!

11:12 Cubic: Maybe I have a thinking problem here, but is there any other way for a REPL to interact with a running program except by changing global state?

11:12 gfredericks: Cubic: that sounds plausible; changing local state doesn't sound promising.

11:15 Cubic: gfredericks: I mean I've been "trained" to understand globals as a Bad Thing, but I really want to develop/debug with a REPL. Would it make sense to expose some essentially local refs/atoms as globals in a sort of (by convention) repl only namespace?

11:19 jkkramer: Cubic: most repl development involves redefinition of functions and constants, and running functions, rather than mutating app data

11:20 mutating app data is ok during development, if your state is stored in refs of some kind

11:24 Cubic: jkkramer: I guess redefining functions and constants is easier, but I wanted to do things like add and edit entities to/in my world from the REPL to see how it works out

11:26 jkkramer: Cubic: then presumably your entities are stored in ref/atom/agent, so you are free to do that, sure. it can be fun, especially if your app keeps running

11:28 mpan: Is it safe to drop-while a lazy seq on a pred such that the evaluation may start causing exceptions after pred starts becoming false? Will chunking cause me problems here?

11:30 I am looking for "the first x in s such that not p(x)" but evaluating p on anything after x is likely to crash

11:30 Cubic: Yep. The way I was thinking was storing the relevant world state in a map ref, doing all the IO in one thread and the rest in one or more other thread(s). I'm still not sure if that's a good idea, but I'll see how it works out. Thanks either way

11:32 mpan: The source seems like it might be safe but I'm not sure I'm understanding it correctly.

11:32 Cubic: mpan: If there are any x for which p(x) is false you will evaluate p at least for one of them with drop-while. Or am I misunderstanding you?

11:33 mpan: p is monotonic over s

11:33 map p s would look like ... T T T T F F F F ...

11:33 I want the first F there

11:34 trying to evaluate anything after the first F is... I don't know, but ideally I don't want to try

11:34 dnolen: mpan: aren't you in control of the sequences?

11:34 er sequence

11:34 mpan: I wrote it rather poorly for anything beyond the standard case

11:35 and the standard case is to stop trying to ask for elements after seeing an F

11:35 Cubic: mpan: I don't know how drop-while is implemented, but if it would keep evaluating after the first F I'd count that as a bug.

11:35 TimMc: mpan: There is unchunk in amalloy's useful.

11:35 mpan: as in, I got the sequence from calling iterate

11:35 TimMc: Oh, it won't be chunked, then.

11:35 mpan: oh awesome!

11:35 Thanks guys!

11:38 TimMc: mpan: chunking is an opt-in behavior -- map, for instance, checks whether the incoming seq is chunked, and if so, produces a chunked output.

11:38 I'd be really surprised if drop-while preserved chunking.

11:55 dnolen: TimMc: drop-while doesn't change chunking

11:56 TimMc: I don't think any of the core seq ops defeat chunking - which is the correct behavior

11:58 TimMc: &(dorun (take 5 (map #(println %) (range 100))))

11:58 lazybot: ⇒ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 nil

11:58 TimMc: &(dorun (drop-while #(println %) (range 100)))

11:58 lazybot: ⇒ 0 nil

11:58 TimMc: It looks like drop-while doesn't apply that predicate to anything beyond the first false result.

11:59 S11001001: dnolen: map on 2 or more seqs

12:07 uroborus_labs: idbknox: What are your thoughts on the pull request I sent you the other day for waltz?

12:13 dnolen: TimMc: oh right, because the function application for drop-while happens in step - still if you have a chunked seq underneath rest will actually load the next 32 items if it needs too. it doesn't make it go away.

12:13 ,(type (seq (drop-while (fn [n] (< n 5)) (range 100))))

12:13 clojurebot: clojure.lang.ChunkedCons

12:17 * dnolen admits the only reason he knows this is because he helped port chunked seqs to CLJS

12:22 Cubic: I thought the question was about whether or not the predicate was applied, not about it's chunkiness.

12:26 duck1123: uroborus_labs: Have you tried superbobry's fork of waltz? (or my fork of his) Some of his changes are pretty nice

12:26 uroborus_labs: duck1123: No i have not but I will check it out.

12:27 I was just going to fork it and upload to clojars because git-deps is mucking things.

12:28 duck1123: I ended up fixing that same issue because those warnings were driving me nuts

12:28 uroborus_labs: duck1123: Yeah, agreed

12:29 duck1123: Looking at superobry's now

12:29 What is different?

12:30 duck1123: some of the function names are different, he rewrote a big part of it. Saner execution

12:30 He also changed the logging. At one point I was on the fence about that, but I've come around to using his logging system

12:31 My only gripe is it adds a newline at the end of the logs. My attempts to track it down and fix it have failed.

12:37 Cubic: Is it normal that clojure.math.numeric-tower throws out a ton of reflection warnings? I'd think that a numeric library would be better off avoiding reflection

12:39 uroborus_labs: Is there a better way to include other repos and libs than using lein git-deps?

12:40 technomancy: uroborus_labs: yes, real deps are always preferable to git-deps

12:41 uroborus_labs: technomancy: Agreed, but what is the best way then to use another repo, particularly a forked one? Upload it to clojars yourself?

12:42 technomancy: uroborus_labs: if the upstream maintainer has abandoned it, sure

12:42 uroborus_labs: technomancy: Ok cool

12:42 duck1123: What if they've just forked it but not provided a release

12:43 technomancy: if they've forked it then they're not the upstream maintainer

12:43 uroborus_labs: Hmm

12:43 technomancy: seeing a lot of unofficial forks on clojars is usually a sign that either the maintainer is doing a bad job, or the users of the lib aren't good at communicating

12:44 dnolen: Cubic: TimMc said drop-while doesn't preserve chunking - I was just pointing out that's not true. You could easily see multiple side effects fire off unexpectedly at some future point because the seq fns don't mess w/ chunking.

12:45 TimMc: "Preserve" is ambiguous there.

12:46 As long as drop-while doesn't clojure.core/map the predicate across the input and then check the outputs, it's fine. :-)

12:46 clerksy: technomancy: Been trying to contact ibdknox through twitter/github/irc. No response.

12:46 dnolen: ,(take 1 (map #(do (println %) %) (drop-while (fn [n] (< n 5)) (range 100)))))

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12:47 technomancy: quick, someone figure out how to crash clojurebot

12:47 llasram: whelp

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12:47 Fossi: -_-

12:47 dnolen: ha

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12:47 technomancy: clerksy: sounds like uploading a fork could be justified then, but it's a shame

12:47 TimMc: I specifically used lazybot for my demo earlier. :-)

12:48 clerksy: technomancy: Agreed, but he could just be really busy with lighttable :)

12:48 technomancy: if someone's volunteering to take over maintenance of a library you should always be able to find time to make that happen

12:50 mpenet: clerksy: what library are you thinking of?

12:51 clerksy: mpenet: waltz

12:51 https://github.com/ibdknox/waltz/blob/master/src/waltz/state.cljs on line 30 get-in-sm is called before it is defined

12:52 Throws compilation errors

12:52 mpenet: clerksy: same issue for me with jayq, I asked him earlier if he wanted help with this, as I have a fork with bugfixes & features

12:52 clerksy: mpenet: What was the response?

12:52 mpenet: clerksy: still waiting, I /msg him this time, we'll see. But as you said he must be really busy

12:54 TimMc: technomancy: DoS via bot amplification.

12:55 mpenet: clerksy: fork+publish under your own group-id is fine for a temp solution though

12:56 TimMc: lazybot should probably be set to ignore clojurebot.

12:56 clerksy: mpenet: ok cool

13:32 ibdknox: clerksy: mpenet: I'm happy to push some of my repos into organizations so that they can be better cared by others :) My time is extremely limited

13:32 I've been trying to find someone to really help with korma, as I think it's the one that needs the most work and I *really* don't have time to work on that one

13:33 clerksy: ibdknox: That sounds like a great idea

13:34 ibdknox: clerksy: btw, fwiw, those are just warnings - CLJS doesn't suffer from the same limitations that CLJ does :)

13:35 clerksy: should be fixed, no question. But they're not functional issues

13:35 clerksy: ibdknox: I know, but I like not having the warnings ;)

13:35 mpenet: ibdknox: That would be great.

13:36 ibdknox: let me get through this release (early next week) and we can figure that out

13:36 mpenet: clerksy: sound good?

13:37 mpenet: ibdknox: yup, sounds good

13:37 clerksy: ibdknox: Sounds good to me

13:37 ibdknox: great :)

13:38 Cubic: TimMc: He doesn't already do that? So if anyone feels like it they can deadlock clojurebot and lazybot?

13:38 mpenet: ibdknox: btw, maybe an organisation is not necessary, you can just add collaborators, but that is your call.

13:39 TimMc: ,(println "&(println \"Cubic: Well, they can do this.\")")

13:39 clojurebot: &(println "Cubic: Well, they can do this.")

13:39 lazybot: ⇒ Cubic: Well, they can do this. nil

13:39 mpenet: Cubic: worst, flood the channel until one of them is killed

13:39 duck1123: lazybot prefixes it's output so it won't be picked up by clojurebot

13:40 TimMc: I haven't figured out how to get a reflective bot-quine going, but it can be used to aplify the attack.

13:40 *amplify

13:40 mpenet: aww, no infinite ping pong session then

13:41 TimMc: I've privately tested a command that would eat up about 300 lines of of 80-column scrollback.

13:41 ibdknox: clerksy: mpenet: what are your clojars names - mpenet is right for now, I'll add you as collaborators to let you guys keep moving on this

13:42 mpenet: ibdknox: same nick on github

13:43 ibdknox: mpenet: added you to jayq, anything else?

13:43 mpenet: ibdknox: thanks, no that's good

13:44 ibdknox: you should be able to push to clojars as well

13:44 mpenet: great

13:54 msamiry: I'm interested in finding clojurians in Cairo - Egypt, is there any?

14:11 technomancy: interesting effort for webby folks building on existing js libs: http://www.webjars.org/

14:13 hiredman: technomancy: slick

14:15 technomancy: except it doesn't mention the :repositories entry to add?

14:15 oh, they're all in central. that's interesting.

14:15 xeqi: neat, too bad they're not sorted

14:16 duck1123: hmm... If i add these, will cljsbuild pick them up? Anyone try?

14:17 hiredman: duck1123: "pick them up" in what way?

14:18 the common case I imagine would be to just serve them as resources out of the jars

14:20 mpenet: ibdknox: all cleaneded, I released under 0.2.0 since there is a possible breaking change for people using it ($.ajax feature for guessing decoder from mimetypes)

14:20 duck1123: I was thinking about external libs like how cljs libs work, but I realize it's not that easy

14:21 hiredman: you would want an extern file for the libraries

14:21 which, I still have no idea how to do

14:22 there is some website where which supposedly has some code to auto generate them

14:22 http://www.dotnetwise.com/Code/Externs/

14:22 dunno if it works

14:25 zackzackzack: Is there a way to make functions available in a namespace that were defined outside of the namespace originally?

14:26 S11001001: zackzackzack: do you mean s,available in,be exported from,?

14:27 zackzackzack: Sort of. So the context is that I am writing a library.

14:27 S11001001: zackzackzack: and you want a "export commonly used stuff" facade over the more specific modules

14:27 zackzackzack: I think so

14:28 mpenet: zackzackzack: useful has a alias-ns fn for that

14:29 zackzackzack: an example here: https://github.com/flatland/useful/blob/develop/src/useful/core.clj

14:29 dnolen: ibdknox: ping

14:29 S11001001: zackzackzack: there's no built-in facility for that. But namespaces are mutable and first-class, so you can iterate over ns-publics of a space, interning each. compojure had immigrate, and I guess what mpenet said is that in a box.

14:29 mpenet: it will alias the entire ns, but there is alias-var also I think

14:30 zackzackzack: Yeah! https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/clojure/GAGF38uI1-o

14:30 Great, thank you S11001001 and mpenet

14:52 clerksy: idbknox: I am in the middle of setting up a new github and clojars account. My current one is for a psuedonym while this is not.

14:57 TylerGillies: what does in means in "contains?" where its constant or logarithmic time?

14:57 nDuff: TylerGillies: What part of that isn't clear?

14:58 TylerGillies: it's a promise that it'll be faster than O(n).

14:58 TylerGillies: nDuff: oh gotcha

14:58 thanks

15:05 mklappstuhl: I have a funtction that works when retyped at the repl but doesnt when I define it in the a file ...

15:05 https://www.refheap.com/paste/6325

15:05 TimMc: mklappstuhl: Does it depend on something defined earlier in the REPL?

15:05 mklappstuhl: ArityException Wrong number of args (0) passed to: PersistentArrayMap clojure.lang.AFn.throwArity (AFn.java:437)

15:06 hiredman: mklappstuhl: testfund is not a function

15:06 TimMc: mklappstuhl: Oh, that's because you're trying to call {name trades} as a fn with no args.

15:08 mklappstuhl: TimMc, ahhh

15:08 TimMc: Also, what's with fund's arity? It takes two args yet you're calling it with 3 or 5.

15:09 tgoossens: Hi

15:09 mklappstuhl: TimMc, I had [name & trades] earlier and changed it trying to debug the isue

15:10 tgoossens: What would be an efficient way to parse this?

15:10 http://pastebin.com/1WwKD3Yb

15:10 TimMc: mklappstuhl: If that had been the issue it would have made helping very, very difficult.

15:10 tgoossens: it is a syntax for encoding a maze

15:10 first two numbers are dimensions

15:10 clerksy: ibdknox: My new github is "clerksy" and my new clojars is "clerksy"

15:10 ibdknox: Thanks

15:10 tgoossens: For simplicity lets say that every token must be matched on a number

15:12 You don't have to make an actual algorithm (however that would always be nice :D) . just giving suggestions is fine :)

15:12 mklappstuhl: TimMc, sorry then. how would I have to change the testfund method?

15:13 TimMc: mklappstuhl: (defn testfund [] ...)

15:13 hiredman: function, not a method

15:21 TimMc: tgoossens: You haven't provided enough info about the format.

15:22 tgoossens: Ok

15:22 what info are you missing?

15:22 Is it clearer if i just say

15:22 that the all the commands could just as well be A B C D E ...

15:24 TimMc: Are newlines significant?

15:24 Is that a comment?

15:25 If so, can comments occur anywhere, or just at the beginning of a line? What if there is just some whitespace before the comment?

15:28 tgoossens: # is a comment line

15:32 but nvm. I think i got it :)

15:36 Anyone here a regex expert?

15:37 gfredericks: ~anyone

15:37 clojurebot: Just a heads up, you're more likely to get some help if you ask the question you really want the answer to, instead of "does anyone ..."

15:38 tgoossens: Ok thanks for the tip

15:38 kinda new here ;)

15:39 uvtc: tgoossens: what are you trying to match?

15:39 tgoossens: How can I in regex match the tokens "Straight.S.55" and "DeadEnd.N" in http://pastebin.com/1WwKD3Yb . While ignoring the lines with # (comment lines)

15:39 bbloom: tgoossens: regexes are just one of many tools to use for this sort of stuff

15:40 tgoossens: why not filter blank and comment lines first?

15:40 tgoossens: mmyes :D

15:41 I'm using a library that makes it very easy to do what i want to do. All i need is a way to regexmatch that token /D

15:41 :D

15:41 dakrone: anyone have an idea how to get around "java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Mismatched return type: verify, expected: void, had: java.lang.Object" when reifying a method that has a return type of void?

15:41 tgoossens: (some project of last year, not a public lib or something)

15:42 Cubic: I suppose it could be done, but it's really much easier when you do it like bbloom said.

15:43 gfredericks: regexes aren't very good at negating things

15:43 though technically they can :)

15:43 hiredman: dakrone: put a nil at the end

15:43 tgoossens: mm ok

15:43 i'll filter out the comments

15:43 dakrone: hiredman: doesn't work, same error

15:43 tgoossens: that solves that

15:43 hiredman: dakrone: or maybe ^void before the name of the method

15:44 Cubic: #"^[^#]*(Straight\.S\.55|DeadEnd\.N)"?

15:44 gfredericks: :)

15:44 tgoossens: ow

15:45 i wasn't clear enough

15:45 Cubic: I think you might need another 2 pairs of parantheseses, but other than that I think this works

15:45 amalloy: &(reify java.util.Collection (add [this x] nil))

15:45 oops, that's boolean

15:45 lazybot: ⇒ #<sandbox7657$eval421852$reify__421853 sandbox7657$eval421852$reify__421853@1dd105e>

15:45 mpenet: Should tools.namespace work on cljs files? It seems to be a trival modification. This would allow libs like codox to work on cljs without modifications (or reinventing the wheel). https://github.com/clojure/tools.namespace/blob/master/src/main/clojure/clojure/tools/namespace/file.clj#L30

15:45 tgoossens: I just gave those two as example

15:45 amalloy: &(reify java.util.Collection (clear [this] nil))

15:45 lazybot: ⇒ #<sandbox7657$eval421864$reify__421865 sandbox7657$eval421864$reify__421865@f2d92c>

15:45 mpenet: or maybe I am missing something

15:45 amalloy: dakrone: ie, in general reify works out of the box for void methods. more detail is needed to solve your problem

15:45 tgoossens: i need to be able to match any command in the form xx.yy.zz or xx.yy

15:45 Cubic: Then insert there the regex for your token :O

15:45 dnolen: mpenet: it probably easily could

15:45 mpenet: I am asking here because my CA is still in the middle of the Atlantic I guess. No access to clj-dev

15:46 tgoossens: i'll google a bit more

15:46 haven't got much experience with regex

15:46 Cubic: xx and yy can be what? Digits, letters?

15:46 dakrone: amalloy: hiredman: this is what it looks like: http://p.draines.com/1351799152559b274549e.txt

15:46 mpenet: dnolen: Should I fill a ticket for that?

15:46 tgoossens: xx and yy strings. zz numbers

15:46 *digits

15:46 *chars

15:47 Cubic: what kind of strings?

15:47 dnolen: mpenet: it's up to you, but it sounds like a good idea. libs that "just work" w/ CLJS are always nice.

15:47 clojurebot: kind of interesting if unfold is the intermediate steps of a fold

15:47 mpenet: dnolen: will do then

15:47 tgoossens: nvm

15:47 i think i found it :)

15:48 oh

15:48 mpenet: dnolen: it is on the CLJ jira, or is there a separate one for these sub projects

15:48 tgoossens: all the examples are given in the link

15:48 dnolen: mpenet: all contrib projects have their own JIRA

15:48 mpenet: nevermind found it

15:48 tgoossens: i'm almost there

15:48 [^\s"']+|"([^"]*)"|'([^']*)'

15:49 but i'll stop asking half-complete questions

15:49 so nevermind :)

15:52 TimMc: tgoossens: 1) Filter blank and comment lines, 2) remove that initial line, 3) split on whitespace, 4) split each element on \.

15:53 No regex involved, except maybe for step 1.

15:59 dakrone: gah, I can never remember what the type hint for an array of strings is

16:01 dnolen: dakrone: who can?

16:02 hiredman: people who know the syntax for jvm type descriptors

16:02 gfredericks: that sounds almost tautological

16:02 dakrone: does anybody know what it is??

16:02 lazybot: dakrone: Definitely not.

16:03 dnolen: ,(class (make-array String 0))

16:03 clojurebot: [Ljava.lang.String;

16:03 dakrone: there it is

16:04 gfredericks: but that's not readable; do you embed that in a string to do the type hint?

16:04 SegFaultAX: I just had the weirdest interview of my life. The candidate literally sprinted out of our office after I asked him the most basic technical question ever.

16:04 mpenet: woa, no project.clj file :( it's going to take more time to test than to patch

16:04 SegFaultAX: Like literally stood up, told me "if this is part of the qualification, I think we're done here" and ran out of our office.

16:05 gfredericks: SegFaultAX: I can't tell if that implied too hard or too easy

16:05 SegFaultAX: gfredericks: Sorry, it was too hard.

16:06 gfredericks: well at least he didn't waste your time any further

16:06 SegFaultAX: gfredericks: That's true. But the manner in which he did it was so bizarre.

16:07 gfredericks: Maybe I need to find even easier questions :(

16:08 dnolen: gfredericks: yes put it in a string

16:10 hyPiRion: SegFaultAX: On what scale would you rate the problem, based on difficulty?

16:10 Is it like the medium questions on 4clojure, the hard ones, or is it like Project Euler hard?

16:10 SegFaultAX: hyPiRion: For someone who's been writing code for a couple weeks, maybe a 4 out of 10. For someone with years of experience, maybe a 1.

16:11 hyPiRion: Oh, okay.

16:11 gfredericks: reversing a string by calling its #reverse method?

16:11 SegFaultAX: hyPiRion: Let me tell you the exact question: given a dictionary/set/list/whatever you want of english words, write for me an algorithm "splittable?" that can determine whether the string can be split at any place such that the left and right sides are both in the dictionary.

16:11 hyPiRion: If the entire word is in the dictionary, you can return true immediately.

16:12 hyPiRion: The examples I offer are "helloworld" should return true, "lkajgh" should return false, and "hello" should return true.

16:12 hyPiRion: SegFaultAX: Well, yeah, that's pretty easy. I guess only one split.

16:12 SegFaultAX: hyPiRion: There are obvious ways to make it harder, but we didn't even get to that. Like how do you handle n-splits? What if you have a pathological dictionary and input string, etc.

16:13 This was just, given a string and a dictionary of some kind, determine if it's splittable.

16:13 Cheiron: Hi, I set :java-source-paths ["src/main/java"] in project.clj then lein javac why my Java class isn't compiled?

16:14 hyPiRion: SegFaultAX: Yeah, but I'd assume most people with at least two year of programming experience would figure our a solution

16:14 SegFaultAX: hyPiRion: This guy had 8 - 10 years. At least that's what he said.

16:14 hyPiRion: Maybe you dodged a bullet, or maybe my view on the world is strange.

16:16 duck1123: SegFaultAX: so should "hellolkajgh" return false?

16:17 gfredericks: (fn [dict word] (or (dict word) (some (fn [i] (and (dict (subs word 0 i)) (dict (subs word i)))) (range 1 (count word)))))

16:17 * gfredericks thinks

16:18 ytnnoj: hey, I'd like to take a value v, a list args = [a b c] and a function f(v, arg) and get f(f(f(v, a), b, c)

16:18 is there an inbuilt macro that would do something like that

16:18 hammer: &(let f [(fn [dict word] (or (dict word) (some (fn [i] (and (dict (subs word 0 i)) (dict (subs word i)))) (range 1 (count word)))))] (f '("hello" "world") "helloworld")))

16:18 lazybot: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: let requires a vector for its binding in clojure.core:1

16:18 dnolen: ytnnoj: you want reduce

16:19 duck1123: (doc reduce)

16:19 clojurebot: "([f coll] [f val coll]); f should be a function of 2 arguments. If val is not supplied, returns the result of applying f to the first 2 items in coll, then applying f to that result and the 3rd item, etc. If coll contains no items, f must accept no arguments as well, and reduce returns the result of calling f with no arguments. If coll has only 1 item, it is returned and f is not called. If val is supplied, returns the resu

16:19 ytnnoj: for arbritatry values of args, of course

16:19 hammer: &(let [f (fn [dict word] (or (dict word) (some (fn [i] (and (dict (subs word 0 i)) (dict (subs word i)))) (range 1 (count word)))))] (f '("hello" "world") "helloworld")))

16:19 lazybot: java.lang.ClassCastException: clojure.lang.PersistentList cannot be cast to clojure.lang.IFn

16:19 hammer: okay i give up

16:19 i just wanted to see if it worked

16:19 dnolen: ,(reduce str "foo" ["a" "b" "c"])

16:19 clojurebot: "fooabc"

16:19 ytnnoj: oh of course i do dnolen, cheers.

16:20 jasonjckn: How does :state work in gen-class, my state method isn't being executed https://www.refheap.com/paste/6328

16:23 Apage43: ,(let [word "hamstar" dict #{"ham" "star"}] (filter (partial every? dict) (for [i (range (count word))] (mapv (partial apply str) [(take i word) (drop i word)]))))

16:23 clojurebot: (["ham" "star"])

16:24 jasonjckn: nvm

16:25 duck1123: You probably want to start at the end of the input, that way if the word matches the dict it'll finish quickly

16:26 amalloy: duck1123: or start at 0 instead of at 1 :P

16:27 hyPiRion: Now let's do it for n splits.

16:28 Apage43: (take 1) in front of that one would stop at the first found split, and it tries 0 first, so, to get a short-circuiting boolean one just wrap it in (empty? (first

16:28 er, rather, nil?

16:28 er, rather, just (first

16:28 bleh

16:28 duck1123: It seems like one of those questions where seeing how the person handles the challenge is more important than if they get the right answer.

16:28 * Apage43 bad at overthinking

16:29 duck1123: walking out is not the right way to handle the challenge

16:30 hyPiRion: duck1123: Walking out is not the right way to handle any challenge, I believe

16:30 Except maybe if the challenge is to walk out.

16:36 TimMc: SegFaultAX: Maybe a dictionary killed his mother.

16:37 gfredericks: q

16:37 duck1123: Is that what they mean by dictionary attack?

16:39 mabes: ,(name :foo/bar)

16:39 clojurebot: "bar"

16:40 mabes: I take it that the above is relating to namespace considerations? I was expecting "foo/bar"

16:41 TimMc: Yes, a symbol is a local part with an optional namespace part.

16:41 err, that's a keyword, sorry

16:42 mabes: yeah, I get it.. it helps in cases where you have:

16:42 ,(name ::foo)

16:42 clojurebot: "foo"

16:42 mabes: ,::foo

16:42 clojurebot: :sandbox/foo

16:42 TimMc: Fun fact: A keyword has a symbol under the surface.

16:43 &(.sym :foo/bar)

16:43 lazybot: ⇒ foo/bar

16:43 mabes: ahh, that will do the trick

16:43 mpenet: dnolen: Patch sent, I allow anything matching #"\.clj.?$", this would allow clj, cljs, cljc, cljx etc to be supported also, maybe it's overkill, we'll see what Stuart says.

16:43 mabes: ,(str (.sym :foo/bar))

16:43 clojurebot: "foo/bar"

16:44 mabes: TimMc: thanks for that fun fact :)

16:46 SegFaultAX: duck1123: Yes, that's correct.

16:47 duck1123: There isn't anything tricky going on with the problem. It's really as simple as it sounds.

16:47 luxbock: I'm trying to follow along the book Joy of Clojure, chapter 3.4.2 where he talks about using java.awt.Frame to draw a xor-pattern

16:48 I added up the code he talks about into a file (I didn't create a new lein project, but instead put it into the /src/ folder of an existing project that I Was trying out some other stuff with

16:48 TimMc: SegFaultAX: That's a fun question, I'm stealing it.

16:49 SegFaultAX: TimMc: It's really fun when you ramp up the difficulty.

16:49 luxbock: but I when I run the code I get CompilerException java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: jawa.awt.Frame

16:49 here's what I have in my .clj file: http://pastebin.com/5Jkpgezu

16:49 is it an issue with namespace?

16:50 raek: luxbock: you got cut off at "...I Was trying out some other stuff with"

16:50 TimMc: Yes, you need an :import.

16:50 luxbock: oh

16:50 TimMc: and a ns statement at the top, for that matter

16:50 raek: luxbock: no, you have a typo in "java" :)

16:50 line 5

16:50 it says "jawa"

16:51 luxbock: oh god damnit

16:51 TimMc: Oh hah! That too.

16:51 luxbock: I went through that file more than a few times

16:51 TimMc: That's right, if it's package-qualified, it doesn't need an import.

16:51 technomancy: "jawa" is javanese

16:52 luxbock: I figured that since the line got a proper syntax highlight that it must be correct, so didn't realize to look more carefully

16:53 SegFaultAX: luxbock: That'll teach ya that (not= syntactic-correctness logical-correctness)

16:54 nbeloglazov: Hi. Is there way to force printing from separate thread go to visible buffer, so I can see output?

16:54 luxbock: yeah, I'm trying to learn Emacs and Clojure at the same time, not having that much experience with programming to begin with so it's rather slow beginnings

16:54 amalloy: i dunno, i've never written code that made it past the reader and didn't correctly solve every present and future problem i wanted to solve

16:54 SegFaultAX: amalloy: Magical fingers, I guess?

16:55 technomancy: amalloy: you forgot to say "...in haskell"

16:55 amalloy: haha, i was thinking that technomancy

16:55 SegFaultAX: more like selective memory

16:55 raek: nbeloglazov: you could try (alter-var-root #'*out* (constantly *out*)) in your repl

16:55 nbeloglazov: raek: does it have same effect if I create bound function via bound-fn?

16:56 from repl

16:56 raek: nbeloglazov: that should work too

16:57 nbeloglazov: raek: no, it doesn't help :(

16:57 luxbock: also, now that I managed to create that java-frame, how do I kill it without messing up the process that runs nrepl inside Emacs?

16:57 nbeloglazov: I think it's more complicated than just repl

16:57 raek: nbeloglazov: what repl are you using? swank? nrepl?

16:57 nbeloglazov: lightable :)

16:58 raek: oh, is this printing via clojure functions or direct cals to System.out?

16:58 nbeloglazov: via println

16:59 clojure functions

16:59 TimMc: amalloy: Really? You've never wanted to solve any problem?

17:00 amalloy: TimMc: yeah, i just like adding features

17:00 raek: do *out* and @(future *out*) return the same thing?

17:00 TimMc: Or you've never written code? :-P

17:00 raek: I guess you're asking whether dynamic bindings are conveyed?

17:01 raek: hrm. right. forgot that 'future' does that now...

17:08 nbeloglazov: Cool. If I do (.write *out* "Hello") it is printed. If I do (def out *out*) (.write *out* "Hello") it just stored in out and not printed.

17:08 (.write out "Helll") in last command

17:11 technomancy: sounds like the repl is assuming disposable streams on a per-entry basis

17:11 early versions of nrepl.el had that bug

17:15 nbeloglazov: techmonancy: When I do (def out *out*) and (= out *out*) immediately after that. It returns false. How it is possible?

17:15 technomancy*

17:16 TimMc: nbeloglazov: What he's saying is that a new output stream is being created for each execution.

17:16 *evaluation

17:16 technomancy: yeah, it's a bug

17:16 reque: hey

17:16 technomancy: head to the issue tracker I guess?

17:16 since apparently you aren't allowed to fix it yourself

17:18 reque: i'm trying to get a browser repl going using cljs-template, but I can't seem to figure out how to connect to the browser repl. Anyone got any experience with it or similar?

17:29 nbeloglazov: I've created a bug. It seems I'll need to collect all output from different threads to atom and then print it from time to time for now.

18:05 luxbock: when I use emacs and I execute a faulty command, is there a way to disable the screen from flooding with the error messages? I could do just fine with a more succinct version

18:05 with nrepl that is

19:20 brainproxy: how can I test the relationship between (class '()) and (class '(1))

19:22 hiredman: ,(empty? (clojure.set/intersection (supers (class '())) (supers (class '(1)))))

19:22 clojurebot: false

19:23 hiredman: ,(contains? (clojure.set/intersection (supers (class '())) (supers (class '(1)))) java.util.List)

19:23 clojurebot: true

20:27 mklappstuhl: Is there a way to start a repl in function so that I can inspect stuff inside the execution scope?

20:27 frenchyp: hello

20:28 can I use leiningen checkout dependencies to include 1 lein project into a 2nd one?

20:29 mklappstuhl: frenchyp, why not?

20:29 ivan: mklappstuhl: there's a macro for that

20:29 mklappstuhl: you have to have it on clojars or somewhere of course

20:29 ivan, does this macro have a name? :)

20:29 frenchyp: mklappstuhl: oh, I am working on both at the same time

20:29 ivan: ; local-bindings and eval-with-locals are from http://gist.github.com/252421

20:29 ; Inspired by George Jahad's version: http://georgejahad.com/clojure/debug-repl.html

20:30 frenchyp: 1 is the lib i m working on, the other is wrappnig code to interact with it

20:30 so pushing to clojars each time will get tiresome :)

20:34 tmciver: frenchyp: I don't use lein2, but I know in lein1 you could do it 2 different ways: you could 'lein install' one project jar in your local .m2 dir, or you can use a checkout deps.

20:44 frenchyp: tmciver: can't get the checkout deps to work, i'll try the other one

20:46 tmciver: frenchyp: are you using 'checkout-deps-share' as shown in this sample project.clj: https://github.com/technomancy/leiningen/blob/preview/sample.project.clj?

20:46 frenchyp: I think checkout deps would make your life easier.

20:51 frenchyp: i'll test as soon as I can (upgrading to latest lein 2 now , and tethering thru my phone so it takes for ever)

20:51 but , if i'm reading the default values properly , it should be setup alreeady

21:04 doesn't work

21:13 ah, got it

21:13 the project I was linking to in checkouts had a '-' in its name. somewhow it didn't like it

21:14 hmm, spoke too fast, wrong dir

21:53 devn: How is it true that compojure still depends on 1.2.1?

21:55 *shrug*

21:58 gfredericks: switch it to 1.5 and run the tests?

22:08 xeqi: it doesn't use anything thats changed or new past 1.2.1

22:46 myguidingstar: Hi. Anyone can tell me how to write a handler (with custom evaluator) for nrepl server?

23:09 xeqi: myguidingstar: are you wanting to make a middleware that handles a custon op?

23:11 myguidingstar: well, I'm not sure what op is

23:12 All I want is to change the evaluator with my custom one

23:12 Anything else should be kept

23:18 xeqi: sounds like you want to write a custom middleware for the "eval" op. perhaps looking at the builtin one can help; https://github.com/clojure/tools.nrepl/blob/master/src/main/clojure/clojure/tools/nrepl/middleware/interruptible_eval.clj#L153

23:19 myguidingstar: Thanks for your help, I'm reading it, too

23:21 xeqi: if you're able to rewrite the :code form then just delegating to the eval op might be easier, like how load-file works

23:27 myguidingstar: xeqi: I don't understand, or maybe I didn't read enough. Where is :code form or load-file?

23:27 xeqi: https://github.com/clojure/tools.nrepl/blob/master/src/main/clojure/clojure/tools/nrepl/middleware/load_file.clj#L61

23:28 that one is a nrepl middleware that implements a new :op

23:28 "load-file", and rewrites the :code to use the eval :op

23:29 well, really just creates the :code form from the stuff it wants from its custom op arguments

23:30 but it might be possible to create a middleware that checks for :op "eval" and rewrites the :code form, depending on how custom your evaluator is

23:32 myguidingstar: I'd try it now

23:34 xeqi: heh, I think thats what piggieback does

23:34 though it gets pretty complex since it sets up a cljs environment

23:34 https://github.com/cemerick/piggieback/blob/master/src/cemerick/piggieback.clj#L182

23:35 frenchyp: tmciver so the pb is when I add the checkout dep to :dependencies. If I don't do that it works...

23:38 myguidingstar: omg I didn't know piggieback existed

23:38 thanks a lot, xeqi

23:38 xeqi: myguidingstar: was that what you wanted to do?

23:39 run a cljs repl through nrepl

23:39 myguidingstar: No, but that will help a lot. In fact I'm writing a repl for clojurejs

23:42 I guest I will just have to make a clone of `cljs-eval`

23:42 xeqi: frenchyp: what kind of error are you having with checkouts?

23:44 frenchyp: xeqi: i am trying to setup a 2 projects, one a sub project of the other. I am trying with brand new empty projects. If I declare one in the :dependencies of the other, it doesn't work. If I don't add the dependency and just have the checkouts symlink, it works

23:45 it doesn't work = could not resolve dependencies when running lein repl

23:46 xeqi: frenchyp: yeah, the checkout feature is meant to share the source from the sub-project to the parent; it doesn't change the dependency resolution in any way

23:47 so it expects the sub-project to be in a repo somewhere for finding out sub-sub-deps and such

23:50 frenchyp: xeqi: hmm, ok. Am I reading the lein tuto wrong?

23:50 in the checkout section, it says "Libraries located under the checkouts directory take precedence over libraries pulled from repositories, but this is not a replacement for listing the project in your main project's :dependencies; it simply supplements that for convenience.

23:50 "

23:55 xeqi: frenchyp: that means it expects the sub project to be in :dependencies, and availiable in a repo. Then it lets the checkout source take precedence over the jar file it pulls down

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