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When creating a file with a namespace like `foo.bar-baz` the compiled file will have a dash in the `goog.provide` but then use underscores within the code.
foo.bar_baz.something = ....
When requiring this namespace in another file the `goog.require` and the code both use dashes.
var x = foo.bar-baz.something();
Assuming that file names must use underscores instead of dashes, as in Clojure on the JVM, there is a related issue in the `cljs.closure` namespace where it incorrectly creates file names from namespaces with dashes. The first line in the let form of the `get-compiled-cljs` function is the problem and can be replaced with a call to something like:
(defn ns->file-name [s]
(let [ns (name s)
path (string/replace (munge ns) \. java.io.File/separatorChar)]
(str path ".cljs")))
Imported from github issue #86