CloudFoundry does not have native Clojure support. Here I fixed it. It's just like Heroku's - http://blog.heroku.com/archives/2011/7/5/clojure_on_heroku/Dear Cloud Foundry contributor,
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Native Clojure support (just like in Heroku)
See also cloudfoundry-attic/vmc#27
Install Leiningen and Clojure during setup
Could you add a simple closure app to the vcap-tests suite? The python and php ones are good models to follow as they only run if the framework is enabled in the backend.
Done - cloudfoundry-attic/vcap-tests#7
Mike, did you get my message about the CLA signing? We need it in order to process your PR.
Just have sent it.