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Blog and snippets
Various snippets or code parts I found useful, so I keep them here for reference.
With the recent change in Clojure to use dedicated artifacts for Spec in an
alpha sub-namespace, it is no longer easy to start a simple REPL just with
java -jar $CLOJURE_JAR clojure.main). So how to start
As of before you are better off to do a
lein new somewhere, change the
org.clojure/clojure dependency to the version you like and do a
:tree to fetch all that is needed and display what things
now depends on. E.g.
All your artifacts end up in
~/.m2/repository. So next you have to build up
your classpath to call the REPL. You can either run a
lein with-profile uberjar cp in that
dummy project to get the class path Leiningen is using (which often can be
quite long depending on all the plugins you run. Or you can guess the
locations from the versions above to build up the params for
This is a very basic setup to get a basic REPL going, but paired with
this is a few times faster to fire up than a
lein repl, which makes it
perfect to quickly fool around with some ideas.
On the horizon to streamline this, there is https://github.com/clojure/tools.deps.alpha.
Finally my patch to access the clj-fmt feature in the cider-nrepl made into the master branch. The feature is mapped to the formatexpr of vim, which is accessed via
gq. So to clean up the mess you just created, press
gqaF (format the outermost form).
In Vaadin8 the conversion between the model data type and the field is done in the
Binder. This prevents automatic mapping for the models as some manual step must be done beforehand. But since writing custom fields now is way more reasonable, here is a first draft for a generic converter field. Just provide the backing
Field and an