The incredibly handy Clojure Cheatsheet, updated for Clojure 1.7.0 and packaged into an easy, fast, searchable, offline form:
Ready to use. Based on Clojure 1.7.0.
If you’re hooked up to MELPA:
M-x package-refresh-contents M-x package-install RET clojure-cheatsheet
Alternatively just grab the single
clojure-cheatsheet.el file and
install that in your preferred way.
The cheatsheet doesn’t ship with keybindings - people tend to have
strong opinions on them. As a reminder, here’s how to define custom
clojure-mode keybindings in your own
(eval-after-load 'clojure-mode '(progn (define-key clojure-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-h") #'clojure-cheatsheet)))
(evil-define-key 'normal clojure-mode-map "H" 'clojure-cheatsheet)
M-x clojure-cheatsheet and the cheatsheet will appear. Type
in some terms (space separated) to narrow down the list. For example,
try typing in
sort map to see some functions that deal with sorting maps.
|Jump to the Clojure docs for the current selection.|
|Jump to the Clojure docs for the current selection without closing the cheatsheet.|
|Jump to the Clojure src for the current selection.|
|Full list of keyboard shortcuts.|
This package stands on top of Helm. The variable
helm-source-clojure-cheatsheet is available if you want to mix it in
as a Helm source.
If you like this, and you like org-mode, then you’ll probably like helm-orgcard too…
clojure-cheatsheet-hierarchy defines the contents of
the cheatsheet. See the docstring of that constant for a full
description of the format.
There is a test suite in
that checks that every symbol defined in the cheatsheet is valid, and
that every symbol defined by Clojure is in the sheet (with a few
To run the test suite:
- Clone the project.
M-x cider-jack-into start a Clojure REPL.
M-x ert <RET>to run the test suite.
- Optional: Marvel at Emacs’ support for test suites.