Re: [cljr] Heroku Information

From: James Ward
Sent on: Friday, August 10, 2012 1:02 AM
Thanks everyone for having me!

BTW: I got the "what gets called when you call (my-vec)?" mystery 
figured out thanks to StackOverflow:
http://stackoverf...­

Short answer...  The invoke() method gets called on the IFn instance. 
In the case of a Clojure vector the instance is a PersistentVector which 
calls nth on invoke():
https://github.com...­


Hopefully see you all again soon!

-James


On 08/09/2012 09:00 PM, Daniel Glauser wrote:
> Howdy folks,
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> Here's the "gist" from James's talk on Heroku:
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> https://gist.githu...­
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> Cheers,
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