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clojure

The Clojure programming language

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Number of watchers on Github 7033
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Main language Java
Average time to merge a PR over 2 years
Open pull requests 8+
Closed pull requests 66+
Last commit over 1 year ago
Repo Created over 9 years ago
Repo Last Updated over 1 year ago
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Docs: https://clojure.org Feedback: http://groups.google.com/group/clojure Getting Started: https://clojure.org/guides/getting_started

To build and run locally with Ant:

One-time setup: ./antsetup.sh To build: ant local To run: java -jar clojure.jar

To build locally with Maven:

To build (output JARs in target/): mvn package

To build without testing: mvn package -Dmaven.test.skip=true

To build and install in local Maven repository: mvn install

To build a standalone jar with dependencies included: mvn -Plocal -Dmaven.test.skip=true package

To run with the standalone jar: java -jar clojure.jar


This program uses the ASM bytecode engineering library which is distributed with the following notice:

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clojure open pull requests (View All Pulls)
  • 1.1.x
  • step must be positive
  • fixing issue with browse-url
  • implemented if-let* & when-let* with multiple bindings
  • Fix typo
  • Define the arguments of reduce’s callback function
  • Update Cons.java
  • Removed formatting error
clojure questions on Stackoverflow (View All Questions)
  • clojure loop/recur in a range
  • getting only the first match from a 'doseq' in clojure
  • Clojure lazy seq consumption from different positions in the body of a function
  • Why doesn't the Clojure Compiler throw an error for an incorrect type hint?
  • Clojure: boot repl in a particular namespace
  • Clojure :pre report failing value when destructuring
  • State inside an Akka actor with Okku Clojure library
  • Any ideas how to do this clojure
  • Does a typed theory for Clojure really useful?
  • how start socket repl in clojure 1.8 from lein or boot?
  • Lowest common ancestor in parent/child isa? hierarchy in Clojure
  • Check if String contains substring in clojure
  • Checking whether string ends with given string in clojure
  • robert.hooke; or how to attach meta data to functions in Clojure
  • Errors extending a Java Interface in Clojure
  • Using Aviso Rook for validation in Clojure REST service
  • Clojure seesaw application: How to change menubar title from "main"
  • Why is my Clojure prime number lazy sequence so slow?
  • What is wrong in this attempt at a clojure map rewrite
  • how to understand alt in clojure core.async
  • Clojure: How to execute a sequence of functions?
  • Retrieve HTML Element Value Using Clojure
  • Rich Hickey's reason for not auto-currying Clojure functions?
  • clojure - simple way to parse xml with no attributes into a map
  • Choosing an IDE/Editor for Clojure coding
  • Running seesaw and overtone libraries in clojure
  • Clojure or Scala for bioinformatics/biostatistics/medical research
  • Checking if a Clojure(Script) Channel is Full
  • Getting a dump of all the user-created functions defined in a repl session in clojure
  • setting of pageload timeout for clojure webdriver
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