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Complex testing – the saga

While I’m developing Chlorine, sometimes I need to test multiple specific implementations of lots of really complicated stuff like REPL state, connection, async stuff (as the project is ClojureScript on Node.JS, all I/O treatment is via callbacks) and the complicated … Continue reading

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Chlorine is thriving!

When I started this project, I was experimenting with shadow-cljs to see if I would be able to make an Atom package that would auto reload, run tests on ClojureScript, and se how far could I push ClojureScript in an … Continue reading

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My fading frustration with ClojureScript

I’ve talked about at another post on how ClojureScript frustrates me, mostly because I was doing some Node.JS work and Figwheel simply wasn’t working correctly. Now, it’s time to revisit these points: A little update: I talked a little with … Continue reading

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A new way to write Clojure on Atom

This will be just a simple anouncement: I’m publishing my (still very crude!) plug-in for Clojure’s Socket REPL on Atom. Chlorine was an experiment that grew more than I could imagine: I wanted a better way to write ClojureScript on … Continue reading

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