ClojureScript: Up and Running

Errata for ClojureScript: Up and Running

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Page 3
1st paragraph of "Introducing ClojureScript"

The sentence, "ClojureScript is a version of the Clojure programming language, which compiles to JavaScript", clearly (and completely incorrectly) means that Clojure compiles to JavaScript. Probably "that" was intended instead of comma+"which". Joined with "that" instead of comma+"which", the phrase "compiles to JavaScript" would apply to ClojureScript rather than Clojure.

Anonymous  Feb 09, 2013