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- 2017-12-21 18:36:16
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does anyone know if it’s possible to exclude a single file from a dependency? i have a situation where multiple `plugin.xml` files end up on my classpath, the one that gets placed first isn’t correct
`:exclusions [foo.bar/baz :extension "xml"]` also seemed promising, but doesn’t do what I think it might
i.e. i’d want to exclude all `plugin.xml` files except for the one i specify
`:uberjar-exclusions` seems like the right thing, but as far as i can tell you can only operate on the file path, not the source path
the form what took in schema?
Hey all, is it possible to load a clojurescript namespace from lein repl? Does anyone know how to do it?
I don’t know if anyone here is familiar with the internals of CIDER but is it possible to get details of project.clj?
hello, does anyone know how to use cljs preloads in boot? I'm trying to add re-frisk in my dev task.
is a server running?
I think I got the answer(s) I was looking for, but I’ll add a bit of context here in case you have further advice: I am generating a GraphQL schema from an application schema (database schema + some extra info). I am doing this as a sequence of transformations on a “schema” map. So I start with an empty map, then generate some object types, then generate some queries, etc
@noisesmith how is it inside the call to g? the result of h is passed as an argument
I’ll stop there to avoid spamming this channel with unecessary details
(keys (:nodes hodl-config)))))
(map #(gen-for-node hodl-config config %)
So I have code similar to this```(apply comp
The reason I was expecting to reach high number of compositions (in the low hundreds) was because some of my transformation steps should be executed for each entity type
and I am composing those
I wrote each transformation as a function that takes two config maps and extra options, and return a 1-arity function which takes a schema and returns a schema
maybe I will start there.
Is there a low-friction way to convert specs to schema or does one still have to hand-ball the schema afterwards?
@samir so this is a schema issue with the new cljs version then?
This example doesn't run for me.
@ikitommi if you add a :description to a Spec Record it doesn't show up in the description in swagger if its a body param but it does if its a path param.
I take it st is the spec-tools ns?