|Leiningen and Cake||Phil Hagelberg||11/14/11 4:35 PM|
You may have heard some rumours and/or tweetage about Cake and
In particular I'm thinking of two or three things that make sense to
Another thing we may take is the notion of "profiles" or environments
We're still thinking through whether it makes sense for Leiningen to
So I'm excited to welcome them to the team.
|Re: Leiningen and Cake||frye||12/14/11 8:37 AM|
I see there's been progress made on Leiningen, and wanted to chime in wrt overall features. I've been recording a few small things that would make life easier.
1) The first is being able to pass many tasks to lein. So I would prefer A. instead of B.
2) Also, It'd be nice to have a way of listing installed leiningen plugins, instead of ls on ~/.lein/plugins
3) I'd love to fire up a "lein repl src/my-code.clj", and have passed in code execute before I get to the repl. A) I know there's a location in ~/.lein to place custom scripts. But that's global , and runs each time "lein repl" is invoked. And B) I know there's "lein run" and "lein exec" , but they execute code, then exit the repl.
|Re: Leiningen and Cake||Timo Mihaljov||12/14/11 9:26 AM|
On 12/14/2011 06:37 PM, Timothy Washington wrote:> * A) lein clean deps
> * B) lein clean && lein deps
lein clean, deps
|Re: Leiningen and Cake||Phil Hagelberg||12/14/11 10:00 AM|
On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 8:37 AM, Timothy Washington <twas...@gmail.com> wrote:
As Timo mentioned, 1 already exists. 2 and 3 sound pretty reasonable.
|Re: Leiningen and Cake||frye||12/14/11 11:09 AM|
Oh nice, I hadn't realised 1) was already in there.
And I've created the issues. I'll certainly begin to dig into leiningen code, and see in what ways I can push these forward.