@bhauman: Really liked your strangeloop talk, looking forward to getting some time to dive into it. I can think of a whole bunch of things already where I wish I had it and a whole bunch more that I want to use it for now.
@shaun-mahood: yeah man, the point it is that it is sooo easy to extend and create the functionality you need
@shaun-mahood: and also there is the point that you need to use it a while to kinda get it
@bhauman: The video helped a lot to start understanding it at least, a better format I think than the docs or blog posts.
@shaun-mahood: I'm "planning" on making a more complete video of its usage. This communication stuff is sooo freaking hard though
No kidding, especially when you're experimenting on things yourself.
@bhauman: Looks like the lein template is out of date somehow - just ran
lein new devcards and got version 0.2.0 in my deps, but in the repo it's version 0.2.0-1
That is really weird I wonder if clojars is having problems. I'm going to redeploy it.
@bhauman: I still get the same thing on a new project - do I have to refresh somehow to see the new version? It's pulling lein-template-0.2.0.6 for me still.
Well you could clear the devcards-template lib out of your maven repo.
0.2.0.6 should be giving you [devcards "0.2.0-1"]
oh wow it doesn't go into the repo eh ...
Yeah, I thought it should too but isn't. Not sure what's going on there. I upgraded to the newest lein before trying it, too.
must be some caching going on
maybe there is something in your profiles.clj that is normally the culprit
Ok, if it's something just on my machine then it's not really worth fixing - going to try integrating devcards into an existing project anyway so no real benefit figuring it out if it's only a problem for me.
I'll try it on another machine just to make sure it's not something else though
Yeah, looks fine on another machine so not worth worrying about. Thanks for the help.
updated devcards to support async testing "0.2.0-2"
I put a pull request up to fix a typo in the readme - is that the easiest way for you to get stuff like that fixed?
yeah that works great :simple_smile:
Can't figure out where I missed this, I'm sure it must be an easy fix. I've split things up so my
devcards build does the devcards stuff and my
dev build does the rest - is there a way to get both builds running at the same time from one figwheel instance?
lein figwheel dev devcards
ok great. Might be worthwhile to throw that in the devcards readme as well - it's the first time I've ever wanted to use 2 profiles at once.