ClojureScript

Coordinate with Clojure on unsigned-bit-shift-right function name

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Gabriel Horner has mentioned in a comment on CLJ-827 that >>>, currently known as bit-shift-right-zero-fill in ClojureScript, will be introduced to Clojure under the name of unsigned-bit-shift-right. Presumably this means a change to the ClojureScript name is in order.

NB. bit-shift-right-zero-fill is not marked private in ClojureScript, so this would technically be a breaking change. Perhaps the old function should stick around marked deprecated for a while?

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David Nolen added a comment -

It's early days yet for ClojureScript. I think it's OK to break and align with Clojure, it's a simple thing for users to fix.

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David Nolen added a comment - It's early days yet for ClojureScript. I think it's OK to break and align with Clojure, it's a simple thing for users to fix.
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Alex Miller added a comment -

unsigned-bit-shift-right is going into the upcoming clojure 1.6.0-alpha3.

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Alex Miller added a comment - unsigned-bit-shift-right is going into the upcoming clojure 1.6.0-alpha3.

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