walton is a little utility that gives you a nice way of finding examples of how to use functions in clojure. Additionally, it may help you traverse a dangerous dungeon full of snakes.
From the Web
If you want to check out the result of Walton, you can mosey on over to the following examples: concat, let, 3.14, and so on. Basically you can put anything in place of http://www.getclojure.org:8080/examples/`foo`, where foo is the function or keyword you'd like to investigate.
Note, click one of the examples and it will expand to reveal the result by running it in the clj-sandbox.
From the REPL
user> (use 'walton.core) user> (init-walton) => true user> (walton "concat") (concat [:a :b :c]) => (:a :b :c) user> (concat ...)
Point your browser at localhost:8080/examples/zipmap to see examples for zipmap. Click on an example and it will expand to show you the result of that function.
Use leiningen in the project root directory to build a jar.
$ lein deps $ lein uberjar
Move the resulting walton.jar onto your classpath if you'd like to
(use 'walton.core) in your project. Or add it to your
(ns myproject.core (:use walton.core))
epl-v10.html in the project's root directory for more information.