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Leiningen problem

 
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Wouldn't it be nice if the "software thinks there was a CSFR-attack" - page could, instead of dropping it on the floor, present the post user was trying to post?

A summary of the post I lost:

I have a project, which had a highly coupled, static java-class in the :java-source-paths - dir. I rewrote it in clojure, renamed old .java file to .java.old, and did 'lein do clean, uberjar'. Javac complained of the missing class, which was to be expected, since lein hadn't touched on the clojure-code yet. Can this be fixed? Is the clojure-code meant to be called from the :java-source-paths dir?
 
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I don't know the answer but posting on the Leiningen mailing list - or asking in the #leiningen IRC channel on freenode.net - is sure to get you an answer pretty quickly.
 
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