Added emit-sexp function #10

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@zcaudate

Added method and tests to emit hiccup structures from an element

@zcaudate

Are you sure? I'm going from an element to hiccup, not the other way round.

@amalloy
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amalloy commented Feb 19, 2014

Oh, you're right. Why would anyone ever do that? hiccup is no fun to work with at all.

Aside from that: while I'm not a maintainer of this project anymore, I'm pretty sure that, like all contrib projects, data.xml doesn't accept github pull requests. You'll probably have to go through the JIRA process, as always.

@zcaudate

Ahh okay. I'm not familiar with how that's done. Can you point me to the process? The reason is for the function is for human readability. I find easier to emit and look at the output

@jafingerhut
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See the following wiki page, especially the "Sign up for JIRA account", "Creating tickets", and "Developing patches" links under "Issue Tracking":

http://dev.clojure.org/display/community/Contributing
@zcaudate

Okay. I've put in my ticket
http://dev.clojure.org/jira/browse/DXML-22
What happens next?

On 20/02/2014, at 3:17, Andy Fingerhut notifications@github.com wrote:

See the following wiki page, especially the "Sign up for JIRA account", "Creating tickets", and "Developing patches" links under "Issue Tracking":

http://dev.clojure.org/display/community/Contributing

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@jafingerhut
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Ryan Senior, who is the lead for the data.xml Clojure project, will look at it and decide what to do with it. Exactly when that will happen is up to Ryan. Could be tomorrow, could be a month or three. Adding a comment to the ticket in a week or two if there has been no response should cause an email to be sent to him.

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