Emacs mode for the Midje test framework
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Midje-mode is an Emacs minor mode for Midje - test framework for Clojure, which provides a migration path from clojure.test to a more flexible, readable, abstract, and gracious style of testing.

See also wiki pages about midje-mode and clojure-jump-to-file.


Midje-mode can be installed through el-get: just add midje-mode to your el-get-sources.

In addition, Midje-mode is on marmalade-repo.org. Follow the instructions on marmalade-repo.org to use the maramalde repo, then install the midje-mode package.

Finally, you can download files manually and place it somewhere on load-path, then add following lines to your .emacs file:

(require 'midje-mode)
(require 'clojure-jump-to-file)


When a command that only checks a single fact succeeds, midje-mode's default behavior is to insert random praise in a comment before the fact. You can customize the collection of praise by changing the variable midje-praise-quotes. If you set it to nil, no praise will be inserted as a comment; instead, you will see a slightly less inspiring message in the minibuffer when your checks pass.


  • Chris Bilson
  • Ye He
  • Andreas Liljeqvist
  • Dave Kincaid
  • Brian Marick
  • Dmitri Naumov
  • Steve Purcell
  • Jani Rahkola
  • "fmezas"