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Eugen 2020-04-18T09:19:23.139900Z

are there some integration tests, gradle clojure tck or a clojure stakeholder on the graal side ?

borkdude 2020-04-18T09:36:13.140300Z

I wish

sb 2020-04-18T13:34:23.142900Z

I didn’t check long time ago graalvm things.. Could you help me, it is possible now .. bhauman/rebel-readline with graalvm?

borkdude 2020-04-18T13:37:43.143200Z

The only way to find out is to try it out

sb 2020-04-18T13:39:12.144300Z

Yes, I check it. I thought somebody tried.

borkdude 2020-04-18T13:39:41.144700Z

@sb This is a great repo with libraries that people have tried:

sb 2020-04-18T13:40:04.144900Z


borkdude 2020-04-18T13:40:33.145300Z

Also here is a curated list:

borkdude 2020-04-18T13:42:10.146Z

If you have any working libraries that aren't in that list yet, feel free to make a PR

borkdude 2020-04-18T13:43:16.146600Z

@sb I think you experimented with aarch64 before. sogaiu got babashka working on arm64:

borkdude 2020-04-18T13:43:48.147100Z

(just fyi)

sb 2020-04-18T13:44:20.147200Z

Yes, on Raspberry Pi4. Ok, I check it now on Jetson Nano.

sb 2020-04-18T13:46:06.147400Z

He need to use Fedora

sb 2020-04-18T13:47:31.147600Z

Ok, I try to create babashka arm64 binary.

sb 2020-04-18T18:01:50.149200Z

Unfortunately. lot of changes. Still running the compile flow.. I think something bad. Use 10 Gb ram on Aarch64. Maybe better create a docker image and run on OSX if that is possible (with arm qemu static)

borkdude 2020-04-18T18:35:10.149600Z

that's a lot.

borkdude 2020-04-18T18:35:39.150100Z

no need to put a lot of time on this btw if you don't want to, I was just informing you that @sogaiu did some work on this as well