- by popular request, there is now a lein-newnew template for noir #ClojureScript projects
(via @ibdknox) —
With this lein plugin you can create the skeleton of a noir web application with all the necessary configuration to also compile ClojureScript, all bundled up.
- wherein our heroes discuss the upcoming version of Lamina
(via @ztellman) —
Zach Tellman started a clean room implementation of the event processing library lamina that is both cleaner and one and two orders of magnitude faster according to benchmarks. This speed comes at the cost of some changed semantics.
- JVM (and Ruby) Language Popularity - Google, Tiobe, SO, GitHub"
(via @DZone) —
These comparisons come almost every week, this time with somewhat of a twist:” When considering which JVM language (other than Java) to use, popularity can’t really be a factor. That’s good.”
- Huzzah! #Clojure gets disable-locals-clearing. Clojure debuggers everywhere rejoice! Thank you, @richhickey
(via @27) —
The reason some people are so excited about this patch is that currently the Clojure compiler nulls locals when it determines they will no longer be used, and this is a problem for debuggers, as when debugging you might want to know what the value was for that local, long after it has been cleared. This patch in Clojure 1.4 will allow you to disable this clearing in the compiler.
- Mostly λazy Episode 0.0.5: @chouser at Clojure Conj 2011
(via @cemerick) —
The beginnings of Clojure, macros for Scala, the original ClojureScript and more.