#clojure log - Mar 19 2015

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0:00 devn: i didn't find it, just wanted to share the knowledge

0:15 amalloy: devn: what is the bug?

1:04 justin_smith: amalloy: ##(= (partition-all 9/4 (range 10)) (partition-all (long 9/4) (range 10)))

1:04 lazybot: ⇒ false

1:04 amalloy: well yeah. (not= 9/4 (long 9/4))

1:04 if you pass different arguments to a function, and get different results back, that is not evidence of a bug

1:05 justin_smith: my interpretation of that is that partition treats a rational different than long would

1:05 amalloy: IMO the bug is that it doesn't crash when you pass 9/4

1:05 if there's any bug at all

1:05 justin_smith: heh, fair enough

4:27 Glenjamin: ,(long 9/4)

4:27 clojurebot: 2

4:31 code-shoily: Hello guys

4:35 having an autoload issue with Luminus with +http-kit

4:36 Whenever I add a new route, it doesn't work unless I reload the server

4:39 gyim: the problem is probably that you do something like this: (compojure.handler/site myroutes)

4:39 instead you should write (compojure.handler/site #'myroutes)

4:42 because if you write (some-fn some-var), the actual value of the var is read and passed to the function. So if the function stores it, it will use the same value even if you redefine the var later

4:42 one way to resolve this is to pass the var instead of the actual value

4:45 code-shoily: isn't the wrap-reload supposed to recompile the folders it is warching?

4:45 It is not even triggering a reload when I add new handlers, since it is a change in the folder, it should have. Whereas if I change the content of the function, it reloads them fine.

4:51 gyim: are you sure it does not reload the namespace? My guess is that it does reload it, but the http handler / route object is cached

4:52 code-shoily: Yes I think what you are saying is right. My bad.

4:57 Thanks gyim ... it worked now that I have user (-> (routes #'admin-route #'forum-route)) etc.. it was autogenerated from luminus template so didn't care to look into that. I understand it now :)

4:57 gyim: great! i'm glad it works

5:39 acron^: How do I pass in keyword arguments to a function?

6:12 egli: acron^: a quick google search gives some pretty good hints

6:12 acron^: i figured it out in the end =]

6:13 egli: acron^: http://stackoverflow.com/a/3969693 seems pretty reasonable

6:22 kungi: How would one start to analyze this exception?

6:22 Caused by: java.lang.RuntimeException: No such var: s/defn, compiling:(schema/coerce.clj:25:1)

6:23 schmir: kungi: ask on irc?

6:24 sorry couldn't resist :)

6:24 kungi: schmir: :-P

6:24 schmir: can't you take a look at the source?

6:25 kungi: schmir: I did have a look and s/defn is defined. The problem is in this case that it works in one project but does not in another.

6:26 TEttinger: maybe s hasn't been required in yet?

6:26 schmir: different dependencies?

6:26 TEttinger: or it's requiring an old version?

6:26 lein clean

6:26 kungi: I will start with lein clean first thanks.

6:28 \o/

6:28 (inc TEttinger)

6:28 lazybot: ⇒ 44

6:28 TEttinger: woah thanks!

6:28 surprised that was all it needed!

6:29 glad too

6:29 kungi: Remember: If something strange happens you can't explain => lein clean

6:29 Strange as in some error in library code that works elsewhere

6:29 schmir: kungi: or use boot (we met on clojured btw)

6:31 kungi: schmir: then you should join #clojure.de the german clojure channel!

6:31 schmir: ok

6:46 noncom: what's the best clojure way to work with zip files?

6:46 schmir: noncom: I've used java.util.zip

6:46 kungi: noncom: I use java.util.zip for this

6:47 schmir: not sure if that's the best way

6:47 kungi: :-)

6:47 noncom: :)

9:00 Retsamtip: apologies for cross-posting. am having trouble setting cookies in a Ring app (Luminus)

9:25 noncom|2: ,(def k 1)

9:25 clojurebot: #'sandbox/k

9:25 noncom|2: ,(meta k)

9:25 clojurebot: nil

9:25 noncom|2: ,(reset-meta! k {:z 1})

9:25 clojurebot: #error{:cause "java.lang.Long cannot be cast to clojure.lang.IReference", :via [{:type java.lang.ClassCastException, :message "java.lang.Long cannot be cast to clojure.lang.IReference", :at [clojure.core$reset_meta_BANG_ invoke "core.clj" 2287]}], :trace [[clojure.core$reset_meta_BANG_ invoke "core.clj" 2287] [sandbox$eval71 invoke "NO_SOURCE_FILE" -1] [clojure.lang.Compiler eval "Compiler.java" 6...

9:25 noncom|2: ,(reset-meta! #'k {:z 1})

9:25 clojurebot: {:z 1}

9:25 noncom|2: ,(meta k)

9:25 clojurebot: nil

9:25 noncom|2: ^^^^^ how is that? why nil ?

9:25 agarman: ,(meta #'k)

9:25 clojurebot: {:z 1}

9:26 noncom|2: wow

9:26 should i always #' with meta?

9:26 agarman: meta is on Var

9:26 ,(def z {})

9:26 clojurebot: #'sandbox/z

9:26 noncom|2: aah, right..

9:26 got it

9:26 agarman: ,(reset-meta #'z {:foo 1})

9:26 clojurebot: #error{:cause "Unable to resolve symbol: reset-meta in this context", :via [{:type clojure.lang.Compiler$CompilerException, :message "java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to resolve symbol: reset-meta in this context, compiling:(NO_SOURCE_PATH:0:0)", :at [clojure.lang.Compiler analyze "Compiler.java" 6535]} {:type java.lang.RuntimeException, :message "Unable to resolve symbol: reset-meta in this con...

9:27 agarman: ,(reset-meta! #'z {:foo 1})

9:27 clojurebot: {:foo 1}

9:27 agarman: ,(meta z)

9:27 clojurebot: nil

9:28 agarman: noncom|2: meta is on a Var, in (meta k), k gets resolved and isn't a Var

9:28 evaled

9:28 noncom|2: so it takes meta on 1? (the k's value)..

9:28 ,(meta 1)

9:28 clojurebot: nil

9:28 noncom|2: right

9:28 agarman: yes

9:29 noncom|2: umm.. is it possible to somehow make (meta) return not nil on (meta 1) ?

9:29 agarman: meta is just a function so it gets evaled like any other function

9:30 1 isn't a IReference so it can't have meta attached to it

9:30 noncom|2: why no exception then?

9:30 i think this worth a class cast one

9:30 agarman: ,(source meta)

9:30 clojurebot: Source not found\n

9:31 agarman: because meta returns nil if what you're passing it isn't instance? clojure.lang.IMeta

9:31 noncom|2: ah, ok..

9:32 agarman: ,(defn mmeta [x] (if (instance? clojure.lang.IMeta x) (.meta x)))

9:32 clojurebot: #'sandbox/mmeta

9:32 agarman: ,(mmeta 1)

9:32 clojurebot: nil

9:32 agarman: ,(mmeta #'k)

9:32 clojurebot: {:z 1}

9:32 noncom|2: so they wanted no exception here

9:33 is there a way to imitate #' with a passed symbol?

9:33 like 'sym can be imitated with (quote sym)

9:33 agarman: ,(var k)

9:33 clojurebot: #'sandbox/k

9:34 noncom|2: so, this is very good

9:35 agarman: http://java.ociweb.com/mark/clojure/images/ClassDiagram.png

9:35 that's a useful diagram for understanding relationships of Clojure's various cell types.

9:37 noncom|2: thank you, it is a very useful one

10:40 borkdude: when I serve a file from clojure ( liberator), how so I set the name properly?

10:41 mpenet: via the Content-Disposition header if I recall

10:41 schmir: right. or redirect to url with the right name as last component

10:42 borkdude: mpenet schmir thanks :)

10:42 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: Add a content-disposition header, you need to use ring-response for that.

10:43 schmir: that only works if the the content cannot be displayed by the browser.

10:43 borkdude: ordnungswidrig how do I add a header with liberator? with :as-response?

10:43 ordnungswidrig like at the bottom here? https://clojure-liberator.github.io/liberator/doc/representations.html

10:44 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: no, that would add a header for every response of that resource, i.e. for 404s, too.

10:44 borkdude: ordnungswidrig hmm right

10:45 ordnungswidrig I have been puzzled by how to manipulate the ring response in liberator. how do I do that in general

10:46 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: in :handle-ok (fn [ctx] (ring-response (assoc-in (as-response ctx {:foo :my-data}) [:headers "Content-Disposition"] "attached; filename=foo.txt")))

10:47 michaelr`: I have this ":hooks [leiningen.cljsbuild]

10:47 borkdude: ordnungswidrig so if I return a map in the function, liberator interprets it as a ring response?

10:47 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: only if you wrap the map with `ring-response`

10:47 michaelr`: I have this ":hooks [leiningen.cljsbuild]" in my prod profile but uberjar doesn't run cljsbuild - why?

10:48 ordnungswidrig: In 0.12.3 ring-response will support that directly: (ring-response my-data-for-as-response {:headers {"Foo" "bar"}})

10:49 You can then specify a second parameter to ring-respose which is a ring-response map which is combined with the response generated by as-response for the first parameter

10:49 borkdude: ordnungswidrig ah I get it now. ring-response is a function from liberator. doh, sorry :)

10:49 ordnungswidrig thanks

10:50 * ordnungswidrig should update the docs and release 0.12.3 :-)

10:50 borkdude: ordnungswidrig thank you for liberator btw <3 <3 <3

10:50 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: it's a please to see people use it.

10:51 pleasure...

11:00 borkdude: ordnungswidrig thanks it worked. the order of args in as-response had to be {:foo :my-data} ctx btw.

11:01 ordnungswidrig: borkdude: ah, sure.

11:01 sorry.

11:01 borkdude: ordnungswidrig no problem

11:07 dnolen are functions that are referred in the ns form, but not actually used, also pruned by closure, or not?

11:10 yogsototh: Hi, I experience a strange behaviour with threads. I do a (future (while true...)) but my thread get killed or maybe is blocked

11:10 Generally the thread stop working when I use a lot of other threads intensively

11:10 borkdude: dnolen sorry I should have asked this in #clojurescript

11:11 dnolen: borkdude: dead code elimination doesn't have anything to do with ns forms, :refers are really complete fiction for var resolution

11:11 borkdude: dnolen ok, so no worries there then

11:32 sm0ke: in reagent are there functions to work with `ref` attributes?

11:50 danlentz: i noticed the const macro in im.chit/hara library: https://github.com/zcaudate/hara/blob/master/src/hara/expression/compile.clj#L3

11:51 would it be considered bad form in clojure to effect compile-time evaluation with something like: `~(+ 1 1)

11:52 ie, rather than (defmacro const [body] (eval body))

11:52 (const (+ 1 1))

12:07 gfredericks: danlentz: I'm not sure why `~(+ 1 1) would do what you want

12:08 danlentz: yes, i think i had a brain fart. thanks

12:13 so, could this be accompished with a data-readers.clj — to implment an #eval reader tag that would be equivalet to common lisp #.

12:13 ?

12:18 gfredericks: yep; you have to be careful with that stuff since the local scope is irrelevant when using eval

12:18 I think (def ^:const ...) is usually just as good

12:20 mfikes_: danlentz: Dang... I tried what you were doing in ClojureScript with Closure optimizations and (+ 1 1) gets reduced down to 2.

12:21 danlentz: just looking for the most ideomatic way to manually cause partial evaluation of a piece of a computation at compile time

12:21 right

12:22 i could just replace the code with the evaluated constant, but I was looking to keep some of the trivial computations for the sake of documentation value (as opposed to weird constants showing up all over the place)

12:23 gfredericks: danlentz: why not just a def?

12:23 (def TAU (* 2 Math/PI))

12:24 danlentz: there are a lot of them

12:24 about 20 i guess

12:24 gfredericks: and you don't like lots of defs?

12:25 danlentz: situation such as this:

12:25 https://github.com/danlentz/clj-uuid/blob/master/src/clj_uuid.clj#L591

12:25 justin_smith: danlentz: if you really need compile time evaluation, use a macro and suck up the parens, I'd say

12:26 danlentz: :)

12:26 justin_smith: well, that is for compile time eval plus no runtime deref

12:27 another hack is to put your top level code inside a let block (but that's ugly and wrong)

12:27 gfredericks: justin_smith: why not just ^:const?

12:27 danlentz: its not a huge big deal calliing (mask 2 62) is just a few bit-level operations

12:27 justin_smith: gfredericks: I'm confused by :const, maybe it does the right thing?

12:27 danlentz: Already generating UUID’s 10x faster than java.util.UUID :)

12:28 AeroNotix: I've always wondered what use-case you need to be generating UUIDs really quickly.

12:28 gfredericks: justin_smith: yeah I think it's exactly what he's asking for

12:28 danlentz: The intent of the UUID is to enable distributed systems to uniquely identify information without significant central coordination

12:29 AeroNotix: and?

12:29 danlentz: http://danlentz.github.io/clj-uuid/

12:29 gfredericks: justin_smith: it gets the value embedded in the bytecode, bypassing the var

12:30 danlentz: talks a bit about UUID’s

12:30 justin_smith: gfredericks: that's the right answer then, yeah

12:30 AeroNotix: danlentz: I've read it -- you just say "It's better because it's faster"

12:30 danlentz: i’m not explaining all the ways to use UUID’s there

12:30 i think that is like explaing all the ways to use memory addresses

12:31 AeroNotix: I'm just curious why you need to have incredibly faster generation of UUIDs.

12:31 justin_smith: danlentz: I think he's asking for a use case where UUID generation would be the bottleneck

12:31 AeroNotix: yeah this

12:31 danlentz: it is better because it is compliant with the IETF standard and because it allows you to use UUID’s in a variety of ways that they are intended to be used that were not previously an option

12:32 and it is much much faster if you use v1 ID’s as intended when performance is an issue

12:32 AeroNotix: so why is the key-feature whenever you mention it, the speed?

12:32 danlentz: well, because I worked hard to optimize the v1's

12:32 AeroNotix: danlentz: do you have/did you have a place where uuid generation was a bottleneck?

12:32 danlentz: thats what they are for: to be fast

12:33 AeroNotix: UUIDs are used in a lot of places nowadays but I've never heard someone say "dang I wish our UUID generator was faster"

12:33 just curious if you had this problem

12:33 danlentz: given that v3,v5 wasnt available at all (apparently) as a clojure library I didnt think i had to talk a lot about why you might want to use it instead of another namespaced identifier. For V!’s I felt it was important to distinguish their use case.

12:34 yes absolutely

12:34 AeroNotix: what was your use-case for the speed?

12:34 danlentz: i wrote it because UUID generation was a bottleneck for implementing various things on a graph database

12:35 AeroNotix: gotcha, cool. Just the first time I've heard of generating uuids as being the bottleneck

12:35 tyson2: Dan, which graph db are you using?

12:35 danlentz: as an efficent index type for my weight balanced tree collection, which in turn is used for graph indees

12:35 tyson2: ah it looks like you're building your own

12:35 danlentz: well, professionally i use datomic

12:35 but https://github.com/danlentz/clj-fgl

12:35 my own experimental sandbox

12:36 AeroNotix: https://github.com/danlentz/clj-fgl#tuple-store formatting screwed

12:36 tyson2: ok. I'm about to test out a demo of neo4j-clojure

12:36 danlentz: yeah, its not done

12:36 justin_smith: tyson2: neo4j has weird ass licensing

12:36 danlentz: its just a plaything, but ive been working the ideas for a while…

12:37 justin_smith: tyson2: technically it's the same as eg. mongodb but they enforce it differently...

12:37 tyson2: justin, tell me about it. The community version also has some limitations. The commercial version is quite expensive

12:38 justin_smith: cool, just wanted to make sure you were aware before building anything significant with it and finding yourself potentially stuck

12:38 tyson2: but we are semi-committed to neo4j, so I am going to see how it works in a clojure environment

12:42 danlentz: Aeronotix: Also, I found I got mostly yawns and crickets when I told people I implemented RFC4122 compliant unique identifiers. It seems like it gets poeple to at least look at the site when I say they’re faster, and hopefully from there it also shows some of the other ways UUID’s can be useful.

12:43 AeroNotix: danlentz: I understand what you mean, but it really perplexed me that someone would take the time to generate UUIDs faster

12:43 just was interested

12:43 :)

12:44 danlentz: it actually nauseates me a bit to “promote” my own library, but since I started it’s gotten an order of magnitude more attention and a lot of people have come back with really good suggestions. So, getting it more exposure is helping me to make it better.

12:46 And there have been some really nice reports that have come back that people have seen significant improvement in their productiion code by simply swapping in clj-uuid for UUID generation.

12:47 So, a lot of people think of UUID’s as trivial, but there is a lot to be said for doing them well.

12:47 AeroNotix: what kind of improvements?

12:47 danlentz: I don’t have any specific details to share, I’m just going from some of the conversations from the “issues” log

12:48 but for my case, my entire bottleneck was UUID’s so my improvement was 1000%

12:49 for functional, immutable data structures, UUID’s make a very useful addressing token.

12:49 AeroNotix: cool

12:50 danlentz: Thefore, if you need to frequently update a functional data structure, the cost of computing new identifiers can mount considerably

12:50 to build a binary tree of 100000 nodes requires one to generate 1.2 million “keys” in the process

12:51 so you tell me if it is useful to do that fast.

12:53 n log n i guess

12:53 2 million

12:53 something like that

12:55 i felt like the reason they arent used more broadly in clojure is just because they didn’t seem very easy or fast to generate correctly]

12:56 but I think the use of UUID

12:57 that made me interested in them in the first place was the way they are used to implement a distributed transaction system in he CL graph-object database system http://github.com/lisp/de.setf.resource

12:58 Dr. Anderson writes some pretty amazing code. I spent about two years pouring over it…. :)

12:59 also, their use in peer-to-peer networks, although I’m not sure generating ID

13:00 quickly is a big concern in that case

13:08 michaelr`: how to write this: (.. (js/jQuery "body") (addClass "app")) so it survives advanced compilation?

13:09 Currently compiles to this: jQuery("body").zj("app")

13:09 nullptr: short answer is use https://github.com/ibdknox/jayq

13:09 longer answer is to either call addClass by name or create an externs file

13:10 michaelr`: nullptr: i'm using jquery's externs file..

13:10 it has this: jQuery.prototype.addClass = function(arg1) {};

13:12 nullptr: what do you mean to call it by name?

13:16 danlentz: i invoke thee by name of house Lannister

13:16 nullptr: michaelr`: ((aget jQuery "addClass") ...)

13:17 but if you have an externs file w/addClass that shouldn't be necessary, not sure what's happening there

13:19 michaelr`: nullptr: i'm using the externs file for 1.9.0 with version 1.9.1, could this somehow be the reason?

13:21 nullptr: michaelr`: i wouldn't think so

13:24 gfredericks: somehow clj-http 1.0.1 is putting test.check in my uberjar

13:24 michaelr`: nullptr: i'm using the externs file for 1.9.0 with version 1.9.1,

13:24 could this somehow be the reason?

13:25 gfredericks: well more precisely [com.cognitect/transit-clj "0.8.259"] is

13:25 nullptr: michaelr`: doubtful, typically the externs processing avoids renaming for anything named there -- it's not terribly "smart"

13:26 dnolen: michaelr`: only if addClass is missing, or the externs.js not actually getting included, I suspect the later

13:26 michaelr`: the externs file needs to be on the classpath, random location will not work

13:26 not even a regular file path

13:26 gfredericks: oh I see it's https://github.com/cognitect/transit-clj/commit/640c35166740642f5c197c78883784acb993d7a1

13:27 michaelr`: dnolen: thanks. I have it here resources/public/vendor/js/jquery-1.9.0.ext.js - it's supposed to be on the classpath, no?

13:27 dakrone: gfredericks: transit-clj is an optional dep, you should be able to exclude it

13:28 dnolen: michaelr`: no idea, I don't know anything your project.clj nor what you specified for :externs since you haven't shown us

13:28 nullptr: michaelr`: how are you referencing it?

13:29 michaelr`: ok wait, I think I put my :externs in the wrong place ;)

13:30 gfredericks: dakrone: yeah, that's what I'll be doing; created an issue in the meantime

13:30 dakrone: spurious deps probably don't normally bother anybody much but when it's a test lib it can cause a lot of confusion

13:30 dakrone: yeah, makes sense

13:31 Guest39789: trying to build a tree from maps like [{:id 1} {:id 2 :parent 1}]: https://gist.github.com/martinklepsch/4902c514c235dfa85f84

13:32 I have a basic solution but I'd like to see if it can be improved etc

13:34 jjttjj: anyone have any experience getting global hotkeys to work with clojure in windows?

13:34 like hit F10 to do something without the program in focus

13:35 Guest39789: jjttjj: I'd research how you can achieve it with Java and then go from there

13:47 aaelony: ~mapply

13:47 clojurebot: You could (defn mapply [f & args] (apply f (apply concat (butlast args) (last args))))

13:47 aaelony: is there a way to use mapply with juxt to pass named args ?

13:48 justin_smith: aaelony: what do you want the calling form to look like?

13:49 aaelony: justin_smith: I have a vector of maps with keys, keys that I have in another vector. I ultimately need to collect the values for each key into a vector.

13:50 something like (map (juxt ks) coll) I guess

13:51 justin_smith: ,(map (apply juxt [:a :b :c]) [{:a 0 :b 1 :c 2} {:a 1 :c 3 :d 4}]) ; like this?

13:51 creese: Anyone know a good lib for Twilio?

13:51 clojurebot: ([0 1 2] [1 nil 3])

13:51 aaelony: whereas (map (juxt :a :b :c) coll) works but I'd like ks to be [:a :b :c]

13:51 justin_smith: aaelony: yeah (apply juxt coll)

13:51 like I did above

13:51 aaelony: justin_smith: cool. let me try it out...

13:52 justin_smith: mapply is about apply with function that use [ & {:keys [a b c]}]

13:53 aaelony: I see. I'm playing around with gg4clj and taking records from a database where the result set is a vector of maps. I believe gg4clj needs {:key [vector of values] :key2 [vector ...] ...}

13:54 but if I have a lot of fields, I only want a couple, hence juxt

13:58 justin_smith: aaelony: merge-with conj ... one moment I'll have an example

13:58 aaelony: yeah, I'm actually thinking about a bunch of other options. maybe even transducers...

14:00 justin_smith: ,(let [raw [{:a 0 :b 1} {:a 1 :c "OK"} {:b 2 :c "hello"}] base-keys (into #{} (mapcat keys raw))] (apply merge-with conj (zipmap base-keys (repeat [])) raw))

14:00 clojurebot: {:c ["OK" "hello"], :b [1 2], :a [0 1]}

14:00 justin_smith: where likely "raw" would actually be your function input

14:00 aaelony: very cool

14:01 justin_smith: it even preserves order

14:02 aaelony: awesome stuff

14:03 justin_smith: I wonder if that (into #{} ...) needs to wrap the mapcat or not

14:03 well I know for a fact it doesn't need to, I just wonder if making a set before zipmapping is a net win or not

14:04 * justin_smith goes off to play with criterium)

14:06 aaelony: thank you justin, still playing with it myself

14:06 many thanks

14:18 justin_smith: aaelony: OK, both with and without jit turned on, the version without (into #{} ) wrapping the mapcat was faster

14:18 only a little, but hey, its simpler too

14:34 lasergoat: hi, i have a very strange AOT compilation issue i was hoping someone would help me with. Somehow, adding a dependency to storm-core causes my usage of clj-time.coerce to break

14:34 modulus: Hi. A few versions ago the use of the clojure repl, at least from lein, became problematic with a spanish keyboard layout. Does anyone know if any improvements are coming on this, and if so, when?

14:34 lasergoat: i have a minimal reproduction of the issue: https://github.com/icambron/storm-time

14:34 justin_smith: lasergoat: this rings a bell, something about storm-core having aot'd deps

14:35 lasergoat: justin_smith: i see

14:35 justin_smith: modulus: what OS do you use?

14:35 modulus: win8

14:36 lasergoat: justin_smith: was there a workaround? (it is true that storm-core also depends on clj-time and thus I guess AOTs it into the jar)

14:36 justin_smith: OK. I would have suggested rlwrap otherwise (I assume it would be better localized than the java lib that lein uses with nrepl for input handling)

14:36 lasergoat: that's the part I don't know. maybe there is something about it on SO or the mailing list if nobody recalls here?

14:37 lasergoat: my brief search didn't find anything, but i can do some more digging

14:37 modulus: Probably what is most annoying is that it's a reversion. This used to work. Oh well.

14:38 justin_smith: modulus: one thing you can try is running a vanilla clojure repl - it will lack the nrepl features, but it may be more usable

14:38 modulus: java -cp (output of lein cp goes here) clojure.main

14:38 I don't know how to do stdout substitution in the windows shell, sorry

14:38 modulus: How would I do this? I guess I'm too used to lein to be aware how to run this by itself.

14:39 justin_smith: modulus: lein cp will output a classpath

14:39 modulus: ah i will try that

14:39 justin_smith: java -cp <that classpath> clojure.main

14:39 you may need quoting around the classpath part

14:39 modulus: yes, likely

14:43 hmm doesn't look like this will fit the command line length limit

14:45 lasergoat: what's the best way to search this channels logs?

14:46 since either my google-fu isn't good enough to find this issue or the previous discussion of it may have actually been here

14:47 godd2: lasergoat have you tried googling "freenode log clojure"

14:48 lasergoat: ah, that pointed me in the right direction, thanks

14:48 site:http://www.raynes.me/logs/irc.freenode.net/clojure/

14:48 was how i wanted to prefix my search

14:52 justin_smith: thanks for the help. That should get me started at least

14:52 aaelony: justin_smith: makes sense to remove without the into#{} , since there shouldn't be duped keys anyways.

14:52 justin_smith: oh, cool

14:52 aaelony: justin_smith: gosh my english is terrible

14:53 * justin_smith just got a measurement mic in the mail, and is playing with it, so he is a bit distracted ATM.

15:17 drbobbeaty: Has anyone used the :javac-options in Leiningen? I ask because I'm compiling a lot of Java code (SOAP) and it's barfing on OutOfMemory, but the -J-Xms32m or -Xms32m options are coming back as "illegal args" to javac. (running 1.7.0_71 on OS X, if that matters)

15:24 michaelr`: drbobbeaty: The compiler oom's?

15:24 drbobbeaty: Yup

15:24 michaelr`: because -Xmx I think is only for the jvm

15:24 drbobbeaty: And I'm a little afraid that Leiningen is placing the options to javac *after* the files, and in 1.7, I think that might be considered illegal.

15:25 justin_smith: drbobbeaty: maybe you need ^:replace - I know that is sometimes needed with :jvm-opts

15:25 drbobbeaty: Yeah, but putting the -J in from is supposed to pass it to the VM of the compiler. I have tested it independently, and the -J-Xms32m is the right argument to javac.

15:25 justin_smith: I'm not familiar with that metadata tag, can you possibly please elaborate?

15:26 justin_smith: :some-config ^:replace [opts...]

15:26 it tells lein to replace the defaults, instead of the default (merging in)

15:27 drbobbeaty: eg. this is needed if lein provides a default arg that contradicts the option you want (this comes up with hotspot options)

15:27 so in your case you could try :javac-options ^:replace [...]

15:27 drbobbeaty: justin_smith: I'll give it a go. Thanks.

15:28 justin_smith: Tried it... didn't work out. I'm going to see if I can get Leiningen to log what it's doing - I see the log messages in the code, I just want to see them output... more digging.

15:29 justin_smith: Thanks for the help, though

15:29 justin_smith: drbobbeaty: have you tried :eval-in pprint to get the effective project.clj?

15:30 drbobbeaty: justin_smith: No... I didn't know that trick, I'm just looking at my project.clj in the editor.

15:37 michaelr`: drbobbeaty: never met :eval-in but there is an easy to use plugin lein-pprint

15:37 ane: is it possible to do structural typing with defrecord and protocols? as in, is it possible to avoid specifying the protocols i am implementing?

15:37 drbobbeaty: michaelr`: Thanks, I'll try it.

15:38 lasergoat: ok, so more specifically the problem is that storm-core contains older versions of the dependency i'm trying to use and it's winning the war for the classpath. thus anything i'm using from clj-time that didn't exist in the prehistoric version causes a compiler error

15:39 bloawler: Hi! I'm trying to get the Leiningen repl working, I'm following a tutorial, and when I execute " (require '[clojure.zip :as zip]) " a FileNotFound exception is raised. Is there some specific setup needed to load these libraries into the lein repl?

15:39 lasergoat: in other words: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/STORM-169

15:39 dan_b: lasergoat: have you tried something like

15:39 [ring "1.3.2" :exclusions [org.clojure/java.classpath]]

15:39 on yout project.clj

15:40 obviously varying the package names to the ones you're having trouble with ;-0)

15:40 lasergoat: like trying to exclude clj-time from my storm dependency? i did try that, had no effect

15:40 justin_smith: dan_b: the issue is that storm compiles deps into itself

15:40 dan_b: dunno then, sorry

15:41 lasergoat: yeah, something about how it actually AOTs them -- lein doesn't seem to be able to override that? (it's becoming increasingly painful that i don't understand how this stuff works under the hood)

15:45 bloawler: that should work out of the box

15:46 justin_smith: bloawler: if (require '[clojure.zip :as zip]) doesn't work, the first thing I would check for is a typo

15:46 the second thing would be an insanely old clojure version I guess?

15:46 bloawler: what lein version are you using?

15:54 bloawler: justin_smith: 2.5.1, just upgraded through brew

15:56 gfredericks: is there a ring middleware for printing exceptions that prints the ex-data too?

15:56 bloawler: full exception: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/d3eee5c3c3d7e2e0ad00

15:56 justin_smith: bloawler: like I said, typo

15:56 s/closure/clojure

15:56 bloawler: ahmigad

15:56 i make this same spelling error in my google searches

15:56 shoulda caught it

15:57 kungi: ikitommi_: Did you ever use compojure-api together with friend, and if ... can you give me some pointers on how to use it?

15:57 bloawler: thanks /embarrassed

15:57 justin_smith: it's a fair mistake for a newcomer, you were spelling the word correctly as far as the real world is concerned :)

16:28 gfredericks: hypirion: ping

16:31 hyPiRion: gfredericks: pong

16:31 gfredericks: hyPiRion: leiningen issue 1757

16:31 would this cause `lein with-profile +foo uberjar` to be ineffective?

16:31 w.r.t. resource-paths in particular

16:33 hyPiRion: gfredericks: no, I think that should be fine

16:34 I could imagine it being broken though, it has been painful in the past

16:34 ikitommi_: kungi: for no good reason, have rolled own auth libs. Restructurings like :roles #{:admin}

16:35 gfredericks: hyPiRion: cool I'll dig deeper

16:35 hyPiRion: specifically I'm seeing the correct set of resource-paths if I `lein with-profile +foo pprint` yet still the file does not make it into the uberjar

16:35 going to make a user.clj and monkeypatch myself some logging or something

16:36 hyPiRion: gfredericks: Have you attached the ^:leaky metadata on foo?

16:36 that was a breaking change that somehow got through

16:36 gfredericks: the what??

16:36 lazybot: gfredericks: What are you, crazy? Of course not!

16:37 ikitommi_: kungi: same for injecting components into routes via :components. These binding are mostly only few lines of code, but could add some common ones back to c-api.

16:38 hyPiRion: gfredericks: PR #1681 in lein

16:38 https://github.com/technomancy/leiningen/pull/1681

16:38 ikitommi_: kungi: would love to see samples of friend or buddy integrated in. We could add those to examples.

16:39 gfredericks: hyPiRion: HUH. so ^:leaky is exactly what I want for this purpose and I shouldn't expect it to work without it?

16:41 hyPiRion: gfredericks: Yeah, but it's a breaking change 2.5.0

16:41 that landed in 2.5.0*

16:43 danlentz: justin_smith: and the others with whom I was discussing compile-time evaluation. I have been pointed to the (undocumented) #= reader macro which is equivalent to common lisp

16:44 common-lisp #. which is what i wanted

16:44 gfredericks: hyPiRion: cool thanks!

16:44 hyPiRion: np

16:44 gfredericks: (inc hyPiRion)

16:44 lazybot: ⇒ 71

16:45 justin_smith: danlentz: best known as a weird security issue ##(read-string "1 + 1 is ##(+ 1 1)")

16:45 lazybot: ⇒ 2

16:45 justin_smith: err

16:45 &(read-string "1 + 1 is #=(+ 1 1)")

16:45 lazybot: ⇒ 1

16:46 justin_smith: &(read-string "#=(+ 1 1)")

16:46 lazybot: java.lang.RuntimeException: EvalReader not allowed when *read-eval* is false.

16:46 justin_smith: :P

16:47 gfredericks: hyPiRion: based on me just trying it I suspect #1718 (uberjar-name) is the same issue

16:47 should I comment and close it?

16:48 or is it a bug because :uberjar-name shouldn't require ^:leaky?

16:49 hyPiRion: I think it shouldn't require ^:leaky, but I'll have to look into the details again. There's a PR (#1849) for solving #1718 which I'll have a look at during the weekend

16:49 gfredericks: hyPiRion: okay cool, thanks again

16:49 hyPiRion: anytime

17:02 campeterson: Hey all, forgive me if this is is a weird question. I have a keyword :large? which correspond to a function name in the (ns image.core). I require image.core as image. I want to do this: (image/large? some_image) but I'm not sure how put the ns & function name together to evaluate it.

17:03 justin_smith: campeterson: why not just call image/large?

17:04 and where does this keyword come in again?

17:05 campeterson: justin_smith: I actually have a list of keywords which function names

17:05 ‘(:large? :medium? :small?)

17:06 justin_smith: why do you need these keywords in a list?

17:07 campeterson: It’s how the data is stored. They are rules.

17:07 My task is to check and make sure all the rules match (returning true or false)

17:08 “Here are a list of functions. Let me know if they’re all true or not”

17:08 It’s stored as data

17:08 “Rules”

17:08 justin_smith: if that's what you want, then why are you using keywords instead of the functions themselves?

17:09 ,((every-pred [number? even? pos?]) 2)

17:09 clojurebot: true

17:09 justin_smith: if you just had a list of the functions, you could use every-pred

17:10 campeterson: good point

17:10 amalloy: justin_smith: ITYM ((every-pred number? even? pos?) 2), amusnigly

17:10 justin_smith: wait, oh that worked by accident

17:10 lol

17:10 (inc amalloy)

17:10 lazybot: ⇒ 239

17:11 amalloy: your version happens to work because ([x y z] 2) returns z

17:11 justin_smith: right

17:11 campeterson: so it would be ##((apply every-pred [number? even? pos?]) 2)

17:11 lazybot: ⇒ true

17:11 justin_smith: using your list of functions of course

17:12 and yeah, you could write a function that takes a list of keywords and makes a list of functions from it, but if you can use functions, that's simpler

17:12 campeterson: What I’m doing (arguably very hacky) is akin to calling some_image.send(image/large?)

17:13 the problem is I need to store the list of functions to call in the map

17:13 justin_smith: campeterson: if it has to be plain data and not functions, you can use symbols instead of keywords, then use resolve

17:13 but functions are simplest, if you can swing them

17:14 campeterson: The data is just json (written by a non-clojure system), so I’m afraid it has to be plain data

17:14 justin_smith: ,((apply every-pred (map resolve '[number? even? pos?])) 2)

17:14 clojurebot: true

17:15 justin_smith: or, since it is coming in as json, better to do explicit lookup to prevent a security hole

17:15 campeterson: sure

17:15 justin_smith: (get {:large? image/large ...} option)

17:16 or even (map {:large? image/larg ...} kw-options)

17:16 amalloy: (inc justin_smith)

17:16 lazybot: ⇒ 216

17:16 campeterson: cool. Thanks for sticking through it. Kind of a weird issue

17:51 justin_smith: thanks again. I got it. (though the code isn’t super pretty) ((ns-resolve (the-ns ‘image.core) (symbol (name :large?))) some-image)

17:57 justin_smith: campeterson: why use resolve at all instead of just using the functions in a lookup map?

17:57 you already know which functions will be valid, right?

17:58 campeterson: ##((apply every-pred (map {:even? even? :number? number? :pos? pos?} [:even? :number? :pos?])) 2)

17:58 lazybot: ⇒ true

18:00 justin_smith: campeterson: but of course in your case the hash map of keyword / function pairs would likely be a def, and the list of keywords to look up would be extracted from the json

18:15 kungi: ikitommi_: Ok I will try to generate a nice example. If I have some problems I will write to you tomorrow :-)

18:21 ikitommi_: kungi: sounds great

18:22 nena30: ola

18:28 arrdem: Is there an "aggressive" URL encoding tool? By default Java won't urlencode stuff like \. that's not really filesystem or URL safe.

18:29 amalloy: arrdem: uh, fairly sure java's url encoder correctly encodes urls

18:30 if you want something that's "safe" in any arbitrary weird encoding context, you can base64 everything

18:32 kungi: ikitommi_: \o/ It works. Let's talk about the example tomorrow.

18:32 arrdem: amalloy: yeah that's the worst case approach for sure.

18:33 eh forcibly encoding . as %2E is a superset of URL encoding and works for now.

18:55 hyPiRion: Has someone made a `with-out-str`, but for System/out? It seems pretty straightforward to implement, but I just want to know if there are any pitfalls I should attempt to avoid

19:34 aaelony: l

19:34 sorry, wrong window. arrrrrrgh.

20:03 gfredericks: hyPiRion: well it'd be global is the big difference, right?

20:03 otherwise I don't know of any issues

20:17 any macro-lovers have thoughts about this? https://github.com/gfredericks/catch-data/pull/5

20:25 om: gfredericks: wrapping the unquote seems a good idea to me...

20:26 gfredericks: om: oh, not about that part, I mean about my top level PR comments

20:26 om: but may be I missed the real point of your question

20:26 oh, sorry

20:27 (just that I did some wrapping of unquotings recently with the same concern as yours here)

20:27 gfredericks: yeah that's a totally normal macro thing

20:31 added another comment to it

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20:40 ibash: verma: what is ithis?

20:40 verma: ibash: just a collection of stickers I'd be giving out to attendees at a clojure workshop I'd be running :)

20:41 ibash: I am trying to get local companies and clojure companies to donate stickers :)

20:41 ibash: we have stickers

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20:41 ibash: not a clojure company :(

20:42 verma: you're hanging out in #clojure, that's serious

20:42 :)

20:42 ibash: I’m learning still

20:42 verma: ibash you can pm me your company name, email and I will send you a mail

20:43 ibash: .done

22:44 grantg: looking for the right way to remove from an atom containing a vector. i know for maps to (swap! the-atom dissoc key), but i cannot think of a nice way to do it with vectors by the value.

22:45 justin_smith: grantg: vectors don't support removal except of the last item

22:46 if you want to remove items in the middle, use a list / seq of some sort, and use the remove function

22:47 otherwise, the best bet with a vector is to use remove (which will give you a lazy seq back) and put the result into a vector

22:48 grantg: hmm...

22:48 justin_smith: or a set, those support removal by value

22:48 ,(disj #{:a :b :c :d :e} :b)

22:48 clojurebot: #{:e :c :d :a}

22:48 justin_smith: depends if you need something ordered or not I gues

22:48 s

22:49 grantg: the set may work.

22:56 TEttinger: grantg, also reset! if you don't mind changing the whole value

22:56 mfikes: Is there a cleaner way to map a list of fns across a sequence than this? (map #(%1 %2) [inc inc dec] [3 5 11])

22:56 justin_smith: mfikes: juxt

22:57 Retsamtip: anyone know how to set session values in ring middleware?

22:57 justin_smith: ,(map (juxt inc inc dec) [3 5 11])

22:57 grantg: justin_smith: the set works, thanks.

22:57 clojurebot: ([4 4 2] [6 6 4] [12 12 10])

22:57 justin_smith: grantg: cool

22:57 grantg: TEttinger: didn't want to go to reset!, but thanks. :)

22:58 TEttinger: (inc juxt)

22:58 lazybot: ⇒ 20

22:58 mfikes: ,(map #(%1 %2) [inc inc dec] [3 5 11])

22:58 clojurebot: (4 6 10)

22:58 justin_smith: Retsamtip: (update-in my-response [:session :some-key] some-fn) or (assoc-in my-response [:session :some-key] value)

22:58 mfikes: oh, you don't want every function on every item, OK

22:59 Retsamtip: justin_smith: thanks, let me try that

22:59 justin_smith: Retsamtip: that's in order to generate the result of your handler of course, these are pure functions

23:00 Retsamtip: right, i guess that’s where i’m getting canfused

23:00 justin_smith: Retsamtip: so the update-in or assoc-in would wrap whatever you currently are returning

23:00 Retsamtip: to chain I have to return (handler request)

23:00 mfikes: justin_smith: Yeah. Honestly, I only ran into needing this once recently. It bothered me that I couldn't think of a clean solution, and thought I'd ask here. Maybe it doesn't occur frequently.

23:01 justin_smith: Retsamtip: right, so either you do the update inside handler, or you do (update-in (handler request) ...)

23:01 TEttinger: ((apply juxt [inc inc dec]) [3 5 11])

23:01 ,((apply juxt [inc inc dec]) [3 5 11])

23:01 clojurebot: #error{:cause "clojure.lang.PersistentVector cannot be cast to java.lang.Number", :via [{:type java.lang.ClassCastException, :message "clojure.lang.PersistentVector cannot be cast to java.lang.Number", :at [clojure.lang.Numbers inc "Numbers.java" 112]}], :trace [[clojure.lang.Numbers inc "Numbers.java" 112] [clojure.core$inc invoke "core.clj" 890] [clojure.core$juxt$fn__4463 invoke "core.clj" 2468...

23:01 TEttinger: agh

23:02 justin_smith: TEttinger: yeah, that juxt wants one arg

23:02 mfikes: justin_smith: TEttinger: Yeah. `juxt` feels like it must be part of the answer :)

23:03 justin_smith: it really only makes sense if all the functions are applied to an input

23:03 Retsamtip: justin_smith: does this look right, then? (update-in (handler req) [:session :some-key] "value")

23:04 justin_smith: ,(map apply [inc inc dec] (map list [3 5 11]))

23:04 clojurebot: (4 6 10)

23:04 justin_smith: Retsamtip: yes

23:04 the apply / list version is silly

23:04 mfikes: justin_smith: Wow. Cool.

23:05 justin_smith: mfikes: #(%1 %2) is better though

23:05 even if less aesthetically pleasing

23:06 mfikes: justin_smith: Yeah. I'm finding your other solution hard to tease apart.

23:07 TEttinger: it might make sense to (defn call [f & args] (apply f args))

23:07 justin_smith: mfikes: apply takes any number of args, the first is called with the others as arguments, with the last ones all needing to be in a list

23:07 ,(apply + 1 [2])

23:07 clojurebot: 3

23:07 justin_smith: once you know that, my weird thing should make sense

23:07 though it's still silly

23:07 TEttinger: ,(defn call [f & args] (apply f args))

23:07 clojurebot: #'sandbox/call

23:08 TEttinger: ,(map call [inc inc dec] [3 5 11])

23:08 clojurebot: (4 6 10)

23:08 Retsamtip: justin_smith: thanks, not working for me. here’s the middleware http://pastebin.com/Vnsgmrba

23:08 TEttinger: ,(map call [+ - *] [3 5 11] [10 20 30])

23:08 clojurebot: (13 -15 330)

23:08 Retsamtip: that last assoc-in does not seem to update the session

23:09 mfikes: TEttinger: Hmm. `call` seems useful :)

23:09 justin_smith: Retsamtip: why is (handler req) on line 17?

23:09 Retsamtip: thought that’s what i need to return to chain

23:09 justin_smith: no

23:10 TEttinger: mfikes, if it comes up more than once it might be handy to define it

23:10 justin_smith: Retsamtip: remember I said, you need to wrap (handler req) with the session update

23:10 TEttinger: otherwise, #(%1 %2) should suffice

23:10 justin_smith: Retsamtip: because assoc-in is a pure function, if you don't return it, it may as well not be there - you create the session and throw it away

23:11 TEttinger: it's equivalent to #(apply %1 %&) anyway

23:11 (my call)

23:11 mfikes: TEttinger: right

23:11 Retsamtip: justin_smith: got it. so removing that return value should work. let me try it

23:12 justin_smith: Retsamtip: what you have there should work if you take out (handler req) on line 17

23:12 Retsamtip: also, either take (handler req) out of your let block, or change the assoc in to (assoc-in response ...)

23:12 because there's no need to do the handler twice

23:12 Retsamtip: yes, works! thank you very much, now I understand my n00b mistake

23:13 justin_smith: Retsamtip: also, your code will be much easier to understand if you don't put multiple let bindings on one line

23:13 Retsamtip: best is one value / binding on each line of the binding vector

23:13 Retsamtip: good call, i’ll do that

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