autoproxy defines two macros: one for creating a proxy with all methods not explicitly defined defined as returning nil or void; and one for creating a wrapper object that passes all method calls to the wrapped object, except for explicitly defined methods.
See Usage for an example.
autoproxy was a macro originally written by Tim Lopez. It can be found on the blog post: http://www.brool.com/index.php/snippet-automatic-proxy-creation-in-clojure
It was adapted by Eric Normand.
(auto-proxy [Object]  (toString  "My Proxy"))
This creates a proxy object that inherits from Object and has a custom toString definition. All other methods return nil instead of throwing an UnsupportedOperationException.
(def obj <some InputStream>) (auto-wrapper obj [InputStream]  (close  (.close obj) (println "I am closed!")))
This creates a proxy object of type InputStream that will print a message after it is closed. All other methods are passed to the underlying InputStream.
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