equality of non-unique lvars broken for clojure 1.7

Description

clojure 1.7 changes the interning of strings when creating symbols, as is described here
https://github.com/clojure/clojure/blob/master/changes.md#23-keyword-and-symbol-construction

Therefore, two non-unique lvars with the same name don't have to be equal anymore with the current
Lvar equality method which checks (identical? name (:name o)).

This is causing expresso, which relies on non-unique lvars for the rule engine to fail with clojure 1.7

changing the identical? to a = fixes the issue.

Environment

None

Assignee

David Nolen

Reporter

import

Labels

Approval

None

Patch

Code and Test

Priority

Trivial
Configure