So you have your cool project, which you now want to move to the
clojuresque plugin for Gradle. And suddenly your build is broken,
because it cannot find a required class, you generate with
Building with ant works. So what is going on?
I'd like to announce a new release of Clojuresque formerly known as clj-gradle. There not many changes, but some fixes. Namely:
On the Clojure group every once in a while someone posts a question
concerning the interaction of
binding and lazy sequences. Let's have a short
look and what the problem is, why it arises and how a solution can be
„Huh?“ you ask. Yes, it is actually possible to do functional programming in Vim. Of course this is not as convenient as in a language which is actually designed for functional programming like Haskell or Clojure. But nevertheless: it is possible!
A „Stopping Time“ is a certain type of random variable. Given a probability space with a filtration . A random variable , is called a „stopping time“ iff for all t.