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GC Issue 108: All Clojure interfaces should specify CharSequence instead of String when possible

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Reported by redchin, Apr 20, 2009 rhickey: unlink: then just use a map {:escaped true :val "foo"} unlink: What I meant is, everything in between would want to see something String-y, not caring whether it's a String or MyString. hiredman: unlink: if you use something that implements CharSequence and IMeta (I think it's IMeta) you get something that is basically a String, but with metadata rhickey: what hiredman said hiredman: ideally most things would not specify String but CharSequence in their interface hiredman: but somehow I doubt that is case unlink: ok. unlink: Good to know. rhickey: hiredman: unfortunately that's not true of some of Clojure - could you enter an issue for it please - use CharSequence when possible?

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