15:39 scriptor: anyone know why core.async pipelines has so many intermediate channels? https://
15:41 afaict, each value from the from channel is put into a tuple of [value (chan 1)]
15:41 hiredman_: to preserve ordering, to support multiple results from async pipelines, and uh, some other reason
15:42 oh, to make sure xforms are run on certain threads
15:45 scriptor: ah, right, `results` ensures ordering since the result channels are in order
15:45 hiredman_: https://
15:49 scriptor: hiredman_: what do you mean by multiple results? It looks like it closes `res` after only putting a single value in, https://
15:49 thanks for the link
15:50 scriptor: I see
15:50 xf might throw a bunch of stuff in there
15:51 hiredman_: right
15:51 scriptor: yep
15:52 af must close res
15:53 scriptor: ah, perfect, that makes sense, I was mostly looking at the compute/blocking cases
15:54 thanks for the explanation
16:29 mgaare: Q: What does a Vulcan Clojure developer need to develop an idea to maturity?
16:30 technomancy: core.logic?
16:30 mgaare: A: Hamok Time
16:30 technomancy: nice
16:33 justin_smith: in the real world, Amok is named after a culturally specific mental illness from Malaysia
16:33 "In a typical case of running amok, an individual (often male), having shown no previous sign of anger or any inclination to violence, will acquire a weapon (traditionally a sword or dagger, but presently any of a variety of weapons) and in a sudden frenzy, will attempt to kill or seriously injure anyone he encounters and himself.["
19:12 WorldsEndless: I've heard a little bit of talking last year about running a repl in production. Has anyone tried running figwheel in production?
19:17 rhg135: omg!
19:18 justin_smith: WorldsEndless: that feels like a really bad idea - whose browser would you be taking over?
19:19 sometimes I find the built in socket repl server useful, and I run it (allowing localhost only connections) in case I need to post-mortem some issue on my server
19:19 but a browser repl is another thing entirely
19:22 rhg135: sounds fun in a sadistic way
19:30 TimMc: technomancy: Oooh, do you have lein stickers again? Can I collect my sticker now? :-D
19:32 technomancy: TimMc: you never got a sticker??
19:35 justin_smith: I just bought my ticket to clojure/west
19:35 (update-in conferences [:clojure/west] conj :justin_smith)
19:36 amalloy: sorry justin_smith, only users of modern clojure will be welcomed. anyone who doesn't know about update will be turned away at the door
19:36 justin_smith: haha
19:42 TimMc: technomancy: Yeah! I think you were out when it was relevant or something, I don't recall exactly.
19:45 technomancy: amalloy: flatland's useful doesn't have any mechanism for defining custom map types does it?
19:45 justin_smith: ptomkin iirc
19:45 amalloy: you mean potemkin
19:45 technomancy: justin_smith: potemkin is exactly the thing I am trying to not use =(
19:45 justin_smith: right
19:46 amalloy: technomancy: no
19:46 technomancy: ok, just checking
19:46 amalloy: if i did it would probably just look like potemkin
19:46 technomancy: amalloy: no
19:47 justin_smith: amalloy: but that would just be a thin facade, right?
19:47 technomancy: I mean, it will not pull in three jars and contain an `import-vars' which would make you want to scream
19:48 amalloy: well like, i worked with ztellman for a year or two, and he made compelling arguments for why some of the weird potemkin shit is not such a bad idea
19:48 i still don't use it myself but there are reasons for it to exist
19:48 technomancy: sure... it would be great if it could exist somewhere else tho
19:55 justin_smith: fork the library and remove all namespaces other than that one?
21:29 tolstoy: technomancy I know I'm late to this party, but I ditched "search" a long time ago because it never terminated. ;) However, adding something like "lein ancient" would be great.
22:27 technomancy: tolstoy: the main driver behind getting rid of search is being able to remove dependencies in order to make debian packaging smoother
22:31 tolstoy: Ah! In that case, suggestion withdrawn. ;)