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Web Development with Clojure by Dmitri Sotnikov

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Alternatives

If you’re not satisfied with either Eclipse or Emacs as your Clojure editor, check out these alternatives.

Cursive

Another promising alternative is Cursive,[76] a new IDE based on the IntelliJ platform. At the time of writing it’s in beta, but already usable for many projects, especially if you’re currently an IntelliJ user. It provides full structural editing, Leiningen dependency management, and REPL support via nREPL. The installation instructions are available on the official site.

VimClojure

If you’re a Vim user, you may wish to check out VimClojure.[77] The plug-in supports many expected features, such as syntax highlighting, indentation, and code completion. The main drawback of VimClojure is its lack of support for structural ...

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