One of the big downsides to being a hosted language like is that, regardless of how awesomely stable the ideology with the language itself, you can't avoid problems if your host decides to make breaking changes. I am still doing damage control on the painful 9+ , where they decided it was time to shrink Java's core library and various dependent packages broke.

@worldsendless man java9 released 5 years ago. Clôjure is symbiotic language. You can blame the host, but not the the tool that let you leverage host.

@Jerome That's true. All I know is that stuff "finished" and unmaintained now breaks because of Java...

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