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Some of the tools mentioned during tonight's meetup

From: Sean A C.
Sent on: Thursday, January 5, 2012 11:22 PM


This lets you automatically run your clojure.test unit tests against multiple sets of dependencies.


This generates JUnit XML reports from your clojure.test unit tests which lets you integrate with Hudson / Jenkins (Continuous Integration).


Sam Ritchie's Clojure + ClojureScript example project using Noir and Pinot.

There was a discussion about getting Emacs and Clojure set up on a Mac:

Emacs[masked]x for Mac OS X: - has package management built-in

clojure-mode: - how to add the marmalade repo and install the clojure-mode package (or the "starter kit" recommended by Toni and others)

swank-clojure: - the Leiningen plugin to enable swank server functionality

Then open a project.clj file and do M-x clojure-jack-in and you're off to the races :)

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