I actually got started with this a long time ago and asked for some advice here: How to include build number?
Now I have a small library that gathers together:
- Date and time of the build
- Git information (commit, committer, date and time)
- Name and version from project.clj
- Environment variables for the build (e.g. Jenkins build number)
and puts it in a
defonce, from where you can find it.
It’s called Say-cheez and it’s here: https://github.com/l3nz/say-cheez
I find it pretty useful, so I thought maybe somebody else could be interested as well. Not rocket science, but just works and is out of the way. Also, though I don’t use ClojureScript myself, I think that it should just work in ClojureScript by replacing the
Nice! Capturing build information is something that is very important, and yet so often under-appreciated. I needed something like this a long time ago, so I wrote some hacks, then commissioned lein-git-version, which then evolved and got forked and now I think the latest version is at https://github.com/arrdem/lein-git-version — it’s something you might want to take a look at.
In my case, the data gets captured into a
version.edn file in resources, which is then processed using macros:
;; Note these are all processed at compile-time, there is no quoting!
(defmacro data 
(edn/read-string (slurp (io/resource "version.edn"))))
(defmacro tag 
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