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0:03 gastove: (defn hack [arg] (Shennendoah$DeviceEvent$DeviceRegistrationEvent/parseFrom arg)

0:03 ...damnit.

0:06 ambrosebs: gastove: nice one

2:20 Shayanjm: I'm trying to build a function that returns all values of a given key inside a nested map

2:20 https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/9702996c62ef46e8fc1e

2:20 I'm having an issue though, because given this data: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/a1986f9787870a070507

2:21 I get this result: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/8a3114b18055dded0941

2:21 when searching for the key :content

2:21 any assistance would be much appreciated

2:34 TEttinger: Shayanjm, those parens don't line up in the last gist

2:34 is it returning a nested seq?

2:35 Shayanjm: ah yes sorry, the last 2 parens got cut off for some reason

2:35 The use case is this: I'm getting a map from enlive which represents a DOM structure. I'm trying to extract the text content from the page while essentially 'ignoring' the fact that some of the text might be links and such

2:35 TEttinger: I'd guess that has to do with the recursive call to (all-values-of-key)

2:36 Shayanjm: Yeah I mean the nested seq thing isn't too bad currently

2:36 the part I was referring to is the fact that it returned a string, a map, and then a string

2:36 when I need it to return 3 strings

2:36 TEttinger: yeah that's a bit odd

2:36 Shayanjm: The map it returned also has the key :content

2:37 so ideally instead of that map being there, it would just have the value for that :content (in this case: "Washington Wizards"

2:37 )*

2:38 TEttinger: well one of the :content fields has a value of a seq

2:38 so I am guessing it mostly finds that

2:39 :content ("Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the " {:tag :a, :attrs {:class "meta-org", :title "Recent news and scores about the Washington Wizards.", :href "http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/sports/probasketball/nationalbasketballassociation/washingtonwizards/index.html?inline=nyt-org"}, :content ("Washington Wizards")} " that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract

2:40 Shayanjm: TEttinger: any ideas on how I can adjust my function to account for that?

2:40 I've been poking at this for a little over an hour :\

2:41 TEttinger: well you have :content keys with non-string values, how do you want to handle those?

2:59 Shayanjm: I'd essentially like to grab the value and turn it into a string

2:59 (or extract the string from the sequence)

3:24 TEttinger: Shayanjm, right, I'm looking at clojure.zip now

3:25 Shayanjm: k, just pulled up docs

4:03 TEttinger: Shayanjm:

4:05 ,(def data {:tag :p, :attrs {:class "story-body-text story-content"}, :content ("Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the " {:tag :a, :attrs {:class "meta-org", :title "Wizardry.", :href "http://"}, :content ("Washington Wizards")} " that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15.")})

4:05 clojurebot: #<CompilerException java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.String cannot be cast to clojure.lang.IFn, compiling:(NO_SOURCE_FILE:0:0)>

4:05 TEttinger: ,(def data {:tag :p, :attrs {:class "story-body-text story-content"}, :content (list "Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the " {:tag :a, :attrs {:class "meta-org", :title "Wizardry.", :href "http://&quot;}, :content (list "Washington Wizards")} " that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15.")})

4:05 clojurebot: #'sandbox/data

4:05 TEttinger: ,(reduce (fn get-strings-out [base nx] (cond (string? nx) (str base nx) (map? nx) (get-strings-out base (get nx :content "")) (sequential? nx) (reduce get-strings-out base nx) :else base)) "" data)

4:05 clojurebot: "Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the Washington Wizards that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15."

4:06 TEttinger: Shayanjm, took me a fair amount of time to figure it out, I'm glad it works

4:21 crocket: Where does clojure excel?

4:22 Is it suitable for web backends such as search engine?

4:47 daGrevis: can I have a little help with deps?

4:47 I want to use http://richhickey.github.io/clojure-contrib/math-api.html#clojure.contrib.math/sqrt

4:47 it's not built-in, right? i need to put it in project.clj

4:48 technomancy: clojurebot: what happened to contrib?

4:48 clojurebot: Well... it's a long story: http://dev.clojure.org/display/design/Where+Did+Clojure.Contrib+Go

4:48 technomancy: daGrevis: that lib is deprecated, but you may be able to find similar functionality elsewhere

4:49 daGrevis: where did it go? :O

4:49 link you gave me is 404 :D

4:49 technomancy: oh really, ugh.

4:49 daGrevis: basically https://github.com/clojure/math.numeric-tower

4:50 i should be careful thought, because i'm targeting clojurescript and java interopt wont work

4:53 or... i could use javascript interopt.

4:53 ugh

6:33 whats the best way to deal with functions that have multiple versions based on param count?

6:38 i guess something like this is fine https://github.com/daGrevis/clojure-koans/blob/master/src/koans/09_runtime_polymorphism.clj#L1

7:05 pradeepc: Hi, i have a vector of maps .. I want to create a new map out of each map and return a new vector of new maps. can someone tell me how to do this.

7:36 Glenjamin: pradeepc: ##(doc mapv)

7:36 lazybot: ⇒ "([f coll] [f c1 c2] [f c1 c2 c3] [f c1 c2 c3 & colls]); Returns a vector consisting of the result of applying f to the set of first items of each coll, followed by applying f to the set of second items in each coll, until any one of the colls is exhausted. Any remai... https://www.refheap.com/87650

7:40 visof: hello

7:40 is there a binary search over a list strings in clojure "builtin" ?

7:56 pradeepc: Glenjamin: thank you :)

8:34 visof: i tried this code to convert a file separated by : into a hash but return a nil that's my code (into {} (with-open [rdr (clojure.java.io/reader path)] (doseq [line (line-seq rdr)] (clojure.string/split line #":")))))

8:34 can anybody help in this?

9:28 zoldar: Hi. I'm creating a basic cljs om app project that - when fully functional - I want to convert into a lein template. I have a problem with compiling for release (a single file version) - the advanced mode fails and I don't know how to track the cause down. Is there any way to debug the advanced compilation process in some way? Or at least disable name mangling leaving all other optimizations?

9:29 What I have so far is here: https://github.com/zoldar/om-with-tests

9:55 szymanowski: Hello, is there a simple way to make custom type that acts exactly like a vector without rewrite implementation?

9:58 zoldar: Ok that was some problem with temporary files, when I've started with a clean output-dir for the target, it worked

10:31 szymanowski: what do you mean by "acts exactly as vector"? You could extend IPersistentVector protocol (and all other relevant protocols) simply proxying to existing implementations where needed.

10:34 szymanowski: I would like this to extend this new type to some locals protocols but I don't want to extend IPersistentVector to those protocols

10:34 I would like to extend this new type to some locals protocols but I don't want to extend IPersistentVector to those protocols

10:34 sorry

10:35 zoldar: ok, but without extending IPersistentVector you won't be able to use the same vector API related fns

10:35 afaik at least

10:36 szymanowski: ok i will look at the IPersistentVector interface

10:37 thank you

10:37 zoldar: szymanowski: I'm not familiar with your exact requirements but maybe the other way around would be more suitable? like extending LazilyPersistentVector with your local protocols?

10:38 szymanowski: I will look at this :)

10:38 zoldar: wrong wording: extending your local protocols for the LazilyPersistentVector type

10:40 Bronsa: you really mean PersistentVector, not LazilyPersistentVector

10:40 zoldar: Bronsa: guess you're right

10:40 Bronsa: LPV just contains some static methods to construct a PV

10:40 it's probably just a leftover

10:49 jinks_: Hi. I'm trying to find a simple schema-less embed-able database to use as storage engine for a collection of nested objects. I can't seem to find anything that fits. Is there such a thing with a basic clojure API? (There's a more fleshed out version of what I already tried at http://redd.it/29dzb8)

10:53 zoldar: jinks_: what about jiraph?

10:55 shiranaihito: is there a way to "consistently" add an element to a collection's end (without relying on conj used on a vector, for example)?

10:56 jinks_: zoldar: To be honest, I couldn't make heads or tails of jiraph. It has pluggable storage backends? Can it run without native dependencies? I want to distribute the final result as a single jar without requiring external libs or databases

11:09 zoldar: jinks_: after a short research (was curious myself) it seems that jiraph relies on an interface to key-value stores that - from what I see - has support for redis, tokyo and memcached

11:11 jinks_: zoldar: all of those require native compiled dependencies which is a route I'd like to avoid... also the advertised website (jiraph.org) seems to not exist which tends to fill me with mistrust in it's long-term viability

11:12 zoldar: jinks_: right, these were just my 2 c

11:12 pradeepc: Hi.. i have an arrays of hashmaps .. how can i check that all hashmaps has one of the key not null ?

11:14 jinks_: to be honest, the whole flatland namespace looks like a dumping ground for i-didn't-really-know-what-to-with-it projects and circlejerking (huge lists of interdependencies between the different flatland projects)

11:14 maybe I'm just picky :D

11:16 zoldar: shiranaihito: you could use concat with one-element list as a second argument, or convert the collection to vector with vec and use conj

11:17 shiranaihito: zoldar: thanks, that seems to be the standard "workaround".. it's kind of weird that there's a problem like this though

11:17 ofc, some people don't consider it a problem

11:18 zoldar: jinks_: I'm not a native English speaker but 'circlejerking' sounds a bit offensive. It's just a way to keep the small libs organized and modular/resusable, don't see anything wrong with it

11:18 shiranaihito: depends on what are your requirements

11:20 jinks_: zoldar: You're probably right, it's a bit of a harsh judgment. I don't know the whole flatland ecosystem just rubs me the wrong way without me being able to pinpoint why.

11:20 shiranaihito: zoldar: yep.. well, my requirement was just to append an element to a collection's end, but have it happen "consistently", without having to worry about what the collection's type is

11:24 Shayanjm: I'm trying to build a function that returns all values of a given key inside a nested map

11:24 zoldar: shiranaihito: adding to the end of the list is considerably less efficient. Anyway, it ain't that hard to create a helper fn for such case - it's only a list that you have to branch out for from the basic collection types available in clojure

11:24 Shayanjm: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/9702996c62ef46e8fc1e

11:25 I'm having an issue though, because given this data: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/a1986f9787870a070507

11:25 I get this result: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/8a3114b18055dded0941

11:25 when trying to return for the :content key (there shouldn't be a map inside the result)

11:25 any ideas?

11:26 shiranaihito: zoldar: branching out? .. i don't follow.. but anyway, i think i'm getting the result i want by applying a separate variadic function etc

11:27 wheeee: Om tutorials out there?

11:27 I'm writing one and want to see what folks are addressing

11:27 zoldar: shiranaihito: I mean putting a conditional branching out for list type

11:28 wheeee: testing :P

11:28 shiranaihito: zoldar: .. to what end?

11:29 (the "conditional branching", that is)

11:30 zoldar: shiranaihito: now I don't follow :) I just mean (defn append [coll elem] (if (list? coll) (append-with-concat...) (do-a-simple-conj-or-sth...)))

11:30 shiranaihito: zoldar: alright :P

11:31 zoldar: wheeee: I mean that's what is usually missing

11:34 wheeee: zoldar: testing is missing?

11:34 I'm trying to write for JS devs new to CLJS

11:37 halogenandtoast: Can anyone explain what the Cons class is and how that differs from a PersistentVector?

11:38 bbloom: ~seqsandcolls

11:38 clojurebot: Huh?

11:38 bbloom: ~colls

11:38 clojurebot: colls is http://www.brainonfire.net/files/seqs-and-colls/main.html

11:39 zoldar: halogenandtoast: this so answer may be partly relevant: http://stackoverflow.com/a/3009747

11:39 bbloom: halogenandtoast: the Cons class specifically is more or less legacy, but it's related to LazySeq and PersistentList.... which differ in quite a few ways from PersistentVector

11:40 zoldar: wheeee: it's a chore to set it up properly

11:41 Shayanjm: can anyone help with my function to return all values of a key given a nested map?

11:42 zoldar: wheeee: I've just made a simple skeleton for an om app that takes into account the testing aspect: https://github.com/zoldar/om-with-tests . I want to convert it into a template when it proves to work as expected

11:44 yet still it's bound to a particular os due to test runner requirements

11:48 wheeee: zoldar: I know some friends who are using phantom to test. I'll take a look at it and see what's doin'

11:48 I think I want to target my writing at folks who ask questions like "Wtf does #() mean?"

11:48 zoldar: wheeee: that's that I'm using as well

11:49 wheeee: At least initially

11:49 zoldar: wheeee: Nolen's tutorial is pretty good in that regard I think

11:51 Shayanjm: the value under :content seems to contain a nested structure so that's what is grabbed in the process. Don't see anything wrong with it

11:51 Shayanjm: zoldar: there is a :content inside of the nested structure

11:51 which I would like to return instead of the structure itself

11:52 zoldar: Shayanjm: you have to account for a situation where value under :content is a nested structure - collect this first value (string) from that structure and process the rest recursively

11:52 Shayanjm: zoldar: if you look at the function that I gist'd, I thought I was doing that

11:53 zoldar: Shayanjm: no, you simply cons the value on acc when the key is matched and the cond processing ends there

11:54 wheeee: zoldar: I think it seems good from the eyes of someone who has done Clojure but a lot of JS devs don't "get" it as easily

11:55 zoldar: wheeee: guess you are right

11:55 wheeee: but this will be a pretty loaded task for a single tutorial

11:56 wheeee: anyway, good luck!

12:22 {_blake_}: I've got a project that refers to other of my projects (in the same master directory) and lein is telling me it can't find the SNAPSHOTs for these projects. I haven't had this problem before. (This is my first time with this project under Windows. Been using Linux up till now.) What needs to be pointed where?

12:33 Shayanjm: I have 2 swap! statements - one assoc-in's [:key] with a nested collection, and the other maps an averaging function to each collection

12:33 and assoc-in's that result to [:anotherkey] on the same atom

12:33 is it 'good clojure' to perform both of these within a single dosync?

12:35 bbloom: Shayanjm: dosync has nothing to do with swap!

12:36 Shayanjm: ehh, okay - is it 'good clojure' to perform both swap!'s within a single function?

12:36 zoldar: Shayanjm: can you show the actual code?

12:37 bbloom: Shayanjm: prefer pure functions, compose them together, use swap! at the top-level / edges-of-system only

12:38 Shayanjm: sure zoldar one minute

12:38 bbloom: it's not that uncommon to see relatively large programs with zero or one atom... and zero or one swap call!

12:39 zoldar: Shayanjm: basically what bbloom says but the actual code would give better context to give more concrete advice (if necessary)

12:41 Shayanjm: https://gist.github.com/shayanjm/469a8f0484753f777672

12:42 zoldar: Shayanjm: just do that in a single swap!

12:42 Shayanjm: and dosync is completely unnecessary here, as it was already pointed out

12:44 squeedee: because swap is already synchronos?

12:44 'atomic'

12:45 daniel__: im trying to write a tempfile from upload to the local disk, can't get past this error: https://gist.github.com/danielstockton/cb5e5c60cb98ff493ff5

12:46 zoldar: squeedee: atoms allow only atomic change of a single reference

12:46 squeedee: cool thanks zoldar

12:47 I kind of knew that, but every bit of reinforcement helps

12:54 shiranaihito: i'm using Jetty as an embedded server, and it contains a "Request" -class.. and now i'm getting the error: "ClassFormatError: Duplicate interface name in class file" probably because i'm defining a record called "Request" too.. but my record is in a file that does not import Jetty's "Request" .. what's wrong?

12:55 (in fact, the compile error happens specifically where i define the Request record)

12:55 can i just not have a record with that name, or am i missing something?

12:56 Shayanjm: If I want to round various values to their nearest integers - is it better to use the clojure.contrib.math library or just build my own rounding function since that's the only thing I need?

13:02 zilti: Is cider 0.6.0 failing for anyone else too? It can't connect to an nREPL session, it just is stuck at connecting to it.

13:03 daniel__: zilti: i saw on /r/clojure people were having issues

13:03 whats the most popular sql library for clojure nowadays? korma?

13:04 zilti: daniel__: I'd say korma, yes. I had good experiences with it too. Seems like it's the only actively developed one. Except the tools.sql one of course

13:10 shiranaihito: (nevermind, i think i found the problem)

13:31 whodidthis: yesql

13:31 fifosine: I have the following in my profiles.db http://pastebin.com/PxqQjCwN but when I try to open my repl I get the following compilation error http://pastebin.com/WtrNrwe4. Have I set something up wrong?

13:32 *profiles.clj

13:34 whodidthis: missing outer curly brackets maybe

13:52 zilti: whodidthis: Wow, that's a very neat lib!

13:53 fifosine: Is anyone familiar with working with environ?

13:54 I've added an :env map to my profiles in project.clj, but it doesn't seem to be loading the values

14:12 wheeee: zoldar: once I put it out would really dig comments from folks

14:18 halogenandtoast: Forgot to thank zoldar and bbloom earlier, thanks for the Cons info.

15:13 fifosine: How do I create a composite key with clojure.java.jdbc.create-table?

15:31 ybit2: why wouldn't you use models with Om?

15:31 the value-oriented programming talk didn't quite explain this one for me,

15:31 maybe i need to rewatch and not skim

15:32 squeedee: take a look at nolens blog too

15:32 borkdude: can I ask an Om question in here? #clojurescript seems to be very quiet now

15:36 Frozenlock: You can, but both #clojure and #clojurescript tend to be quite slower on weekends

16:05 That's weird... I get this error when uberjaring:

16:05 Exception in thread "nREPL-worker-0" java.lang.Error: java.net.SocketException: Socket closed

16:10 fifosine: how do I test if my database connection is working?

16:11 gfredericks: SELECT 1

16:19 Raynes: gfredericks: drop table production.stuff;

16:19 Actually, drop schema production cascade;

16:19 bbloom: Raynes: i was going to suggest drop database

16:20 Raynes: I think you win.

16:52 TEttinger: Shayanjm: you around?

16:53 ,(def data {:tag :p, :attrs {:class "story-body-text story-content"}, :content ("Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the " {:tag :a, :attrs {:class "meta-org", :title "Wizardry.", :href "http://&quot;}, :content ("Washington Wizards")} " that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15.")})

16:53 clojurebot: #<CompilerException java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.String cannot be cast to clojure.lang.IFn, compiling:(NO_SOURCE_FILE:0:0)>

16:54 TEttinger: right

16:54 ,(def data {:tag :p, :attrs {:class "story-body-text story-content"}, :content (list "Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the " {:tag :a, :attrs {:class "meta-org", :title "Wizardry.", :href "http://&quot;}, :content (list "Washington Wizards")} " that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15.")})

16:54 clojurebot: #'sandbox/data

16:54 TEttinger: ,(reduce (fn get-strings-out [base nx] (cond (string? nx) (str base nx) (map? nx) (get-strings-out base (get nx :content "")) (sequential? nx) (reduce get-strings-out base nx) :else base)) "" data)

16:54 clojurebot: "Andre Miller’s agent, Andy Miller, said he had been officially notified by the Washington Wizards that the team would guarantee Andre Miller’s contract for $4.6 million in 2014-15."

17:12 ivan: searching for ":keyword" does not quite work in the presence of :keys destructuring, heh

17:19 bbloom: ivan: i get burned by that occasionally when using * and # in vim

17:28 andonilsson: I'm looking for a "function?"-predicate.

17:28 I have a map, where some of the values are functions, and I'd like to filter them...

17:29 bbloom: (doc fn?)

17:29 clojurebot: "([x]); Returns true if x implements Fn, i.e. is an object created via fn."

17:29 bbloom: (doc ifn?)

17:29 clojurebot: "([x]); Returns true if x implements IFn. Note that many data structures (e.g. sets and maps) implement IFn"

17:29 andonilsson: Doh!

17:29 I was only looking for function, never fn...

17:29 thx bbloom

17:29 bbloom: andonilsson: http://clojure.org/cheatsheet

17:30 zoldar: when creating a lein template, how do I set file's executable flag?

17:38 ok, found it. :executable true has to be added at the end of path definition vector in ->files form

18:24 I have created a basic template for a Om application with continuous testing setup if anyone's interested: https://github.com/zoldar/om-with-tests-template . It can be used with 'lein new om-with-tests app-name' command. Any feedback welcome.

19:25 rurumate: I have a nice function that returns a core.async channel. How to make a nice java API of it? Is there a java interface "Channel" or what to return? Thanks

19:26 ManyToManyChannel seems not a regular java interface, and there is not much else in the src/java folder of core.async

19:27 or is there an "aot plugin" for maven yet, so I can aot the ManyToManyChannel?

19:31 whodidthis: how do i open a file by namespace in vim

19:34 like what fireplace does when gf on a namespaced function

19:42 talios: rurumate - you mean like clojure-maven-plugin?

19:43 a protocol should generate an interface - failing that, just write your api in Java and use the clojure.api.* to refer to your clojure

19:44 not sure how exporting a channel to java would look like tho.

19:44 if using Java8 streams could be an idea, maybe.

19:56 zilti__: I'm trying to add type annotations to an untyped library. Now I get "Polymorphic function clojure.core.async/<! could not be applied to arguments: Polymorphic variables: p, t Domains: (Chan2 p t) Arguments: (Chan2 (Boxed java.lang.String) (Boxed java.lang.String))"

19:57 I'm trying to figure out now what I did wrong when annotating Boxed.

19:57 rurumate: talios: ManyToManyChannel implements Queue, so maybe return that?

19:58 or no, actually that would suck because it's not straightforward to wait on a queue in java

19:58 a Future would be natural and suffienct in many cases (if only one value is ever put on the ch)

19:58 talios: it would be nicer in Java8 due to lambdas

19:59 zilti__: You can't use the lambdas together with Clojure anyway

19:59 talios: no - but if the clojure exposed a Queue, that doesn't matter

19:59 rurumate: so the moral is there's nothing to help integrate core.async into the java world yet?

20:00 talios: the moral is clojure interop is a lie :) for advanced things anyway

20:00 rurumate: well at least there should be some way to represent a channel in java, that would be a start

20:01 talios: you could do it via say a bridge to Akka actors

20:01 rurumate: never heard of that

20:01 zilti: vert.x has a Clojure- and a Java-API

20:02 But what I'd do is use the observer pattern and let the Java classes register in a Clojure namespace so they get what they want and can send back

20:03 Jaood: STM is a lie too

20:04 rurumate: if channels become more prevalent in clojure libs, good for them but will be bad for interoperability?

20:06 returning a channel is good style in clojure, but no easy way to deal with it if you're calling from java

20:06 if you don't know who's calling you

20:06 zilti: rurumate: You can read a channel asynchronously providing a callback

20:07 rurumate: hmm

20:07 zilti: rurumate: And you can read and write it blockingly, too

20:07 No big deal, essentially

20:07 rurumate: but then would need to write extra code for the case of a java caller

20:07 can't we just make a nice java library and say here's a channel and here are your tools to use it?

20:08 zilti: rurumate: Of course we can. But it seems no one really wants to do it at the moment.

20:08 rurumate: it's ok if it's more work than in clojure, the java people are used to it

20:09 zilti: yes but if IChannel is not a thing, it's hard. core.async should define that core abstraction

20:10 zilti: rurumate: Basically you shouldn't use any of the internal Clojure interfaces since they're implementation detail.

20:13 rurumate: is there an example how to use channel with callback?

20:16 zilti: rurumate: A Callable should be enough to pass to "take!", but I haven't tried it.

20:16 Just took a quick glance at the code

20:17 rurumate: ok but calling RT.val("clojure.core.async","take!").invoke(ch, callback) from java is not fun

20:17 *RT.var

20:18 it would be possible like that of course, but the java people will not like it

20:18 zilti: rurumate: Then make a wrapper class!

20:18 brehaut: FFI not as nice as native use, film at 11

20:18 rurumate: no use, the will read that and complain about improper implementation

20:19 they&

20:19 FFI? film?

20:20 zilti: rurumate: Well but what do you want, type safety inside the channels? You don't even have that in Clojure itself

20:21 rurumate: no not the channels, it's ok for them to return an object I guess. but at least they should provide blockingGet() functionality, clojure.util.Queue doesn't have that

20:21 talios: rurumate - so wrap that in your service API - you're java users don't need to use RT or clojure.api.API directly

20:21 rurumate: *java.util.Queue

20:22 zilti: rurumate: <!! is blocking get

20:22 rurumate: I know, but that's not java either

20:22 zilti: Yeah, well, it's a Clojure library after all, and in the end it's all Bytecode

20:23 rurumate: in the java world, this function name is not allowed due to code style guidelines, pmds checkstyles

20:23 and findbugs

20:24 zilti: rurumate: Then wrap it, either in a clojure ns or in a Java wrapper. You don't even call it as a function in Java, you just pass the String to RT.var

20:25 rurumate: mkay got that

20:26 it's a java world out there, you know

21:00 log0ymxm: Anyone know how to use the "in" operator with clojurescript?

21:00 Something like the following (js* "\"onwheel\" in document.createElement(\"div\")")

21:06 bbloom: log0ymxm: just use `undefined?

21:07 (undefined? (.. js/document (createElement "div") -onwheel))

21:07 there's also `exists?

21:08 you can also use `aget

21:08 and .hasOwnProperty, depending on your needs

21:49 noncom|2: can i get a vector or list of required namespaces for a namespace?

21:50 all in all, can i reflect on required namespaces and put them in a list?

21:50 bbloom: (find-doc "ns-")

21:51 try something like (ns-refers *ns*)

21:52 noncom|2: (ns-refers) gets all available top-level declarations.. but (ns-aliases) does the job!

21:52 thanks!

21:54 michaelrose: question I know little about clojure atm but when I start lein repl looking at system resources I have 3 java processes eating a total of 1.2gb of memory

21:54 noncom|2: ,(ns-aliases *ns*)

21:54 clojurebot: {}

21:54 noncom|2: michaelrose: thats strange

21:55 bbloom: hey, could you please try (ns-aliases *ns*) - it will return a map. then tell me, how can i extract namespaces from it by keys ? whatever i try for the key, (get (ns-aliases *ns*) key) retuns nil

21:56 bbloom: ,(alias 'clj 'clojure.core)

21:56 clojurebot: nil

21:56 bbloom: ,(ns-aliases *ns*)

21:56 noncom|2: i even tried (symbol "my-alias-key") but still..

21:56 clojurebot: {clj #<Namespace clojure.core>}

21:56 brehaut: michaelrose: one of those is lein; another is your project. they run in seperate JVMs to allow you to use a different clj version than lein. no idea about the third

21:57 bbloom: ,(get (ns-aliases *ns*) 'clj)

21:57 clojurebot: #<Namespace clojure.core>

21:57 bbloom: seems to work

21:57 noncom|2: umm... straaaange..

21:57 bbloom: ,(get (ns-aliases *ns*) (symbol "clj"))

21:57 clojurebot: #<Namespace clojure.core>

21:57 noncom|2: hmmm

21:57 bbloom: ,((ns-aliases *ns*) 'clj)

21:57 clojurebot: #<Namespace clojure.core>

21:57 bbloom: ,('clj (ns-aliases *ns*))

21:57 clojurebot: #<Namespace clojure.core>

21:57 bbloom: :-)

21:58 noncom|2: :)

21:58 oh, i must confess, i made a stupid mistake

21:58 brehaut: but should it take that much memory? i guess no..

21:59 brehaut: i dont like to guess but i have no way to measure so i cant answer that

22:02 Frozenlock: michaelrose: are you running Cider? I remember having a bunch of weird RAM issues with it.

22:03 michaelrose: I had added as it was recommended by I think tpopes vim fireplace but deleting it had no effect

22:04 to be clear I'm assuming deleting it from .lein/profiles.clj is immediately sufficient

22:05 Frozenlock: I honestly don't know, it's just something I noticed before going back to nrepl.el

22:06 michaelrose: freaking wierd worse it leaves beyond a zombie java , and each of the 3 actually use around 400mb

22:11 anyone using clojure 1.6?

22:11 with lein repl

22:15 * Frozenlock raises his hand

22:16 Frozenlock: But I'm far below 400 mo per java instances. And I don't have zombies either... :-/

22:16 Oh wait... does lein repl uses nrepl?

22:17 Hmm looking at the source I'd say yes.

22:17 brehaut: yeah it does; trptcolin's reply project

22:24 michaelrose: aaand found the problem

22:25 Frozenlock: michaelrose: What was it?

23:17 munderwo: Hey all. I've just read clojure Programming. And im tossing up about reading either "Programming Clojure" or "The Joy of Clojure" … any suggestions or insight into pros, cons?

23:17 brehaut: JoC is a deep dive. its really good, but be ready to drink from the firehose

23:19 if you want to get deep into the mindset of clojure, JoC(2) is the one to get

23:22 munderwo: Cool. Thats what I thought. Thanks for the Advice!

23:23 brehaut: the book you have read is the oreilly one right?

23:55 fitz: Om/cljs question on this https://www.refheap.com/87660

23:56 Anyone know why the build-all in canvas is failing? build works, build-all doesn't, I've tried hard coding values with the same result

23:56 I just get a data-react-id span

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