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# Clojure Namespace Browser (clj-ns-browser)
-Clj-ns-browser is a namespace/class/var browser for Clojure's doc strings, source code, ClojureDocs.org examples & comments, and values. The browser's GUI is inspired by Smalltalk class library browsers, and is based on the Seesaw library.
+Clj-ns-browser is a graphical namespace/class/var browser for Clojure's doc strings, source code, ClojureDocs.org examples & comments, and values. The browser's GUI is inspired by Smalltalk class library browsers, and is based on the Seesaw library.
-Look for the last released version on clojars.org: [clj-ns-browser "1.3.0"].
+Look for the last released version on clojars.org: [clj-ns-browser "1.3.1"].
![Clojure Namespace Browser](https://github.com/franks42/clj-ns-browser/raw/master/clj-ns-browser.png "Clojure Namespace Browser")
## Introduction
-The "cool button-row widget" release, "1.3.0", adds a few new features to clj-ns-browser compared to the "1.2.0" release that is already a few months old.
+The 1.3.1 release upgrades the dependencies to clojure 1.5, and seesaw 1.4.3, but works fine with clojure 1.4 also.
-A few of the highlights of the new browser's feature set are:
-
-* upgraded dependencies to latest&greatest (clojure 1.4, seesaw 1.4.2, etc.)
+A few of the highlights of the browser's feature set are:
* Andy concocted a cool, new, button-row widget that allows for flexible display of var/class/namespace information.
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```
;; Leiningen version 1
- :dev-dependencies [[clj-ns-browser "1.3.0"]]
+ :dev-dependencies [[clj-ns-browser "1.3.1"]]
;; Leiningen version 2
- :profiles {:dev {:dependencies [[clj-ns-browser "1.3.0"]]}}
+ :profiles {:dev {:dependencies [[clj-ns-browser "1.3.1"]]}}
```
Then fire-up your repl, refer to the sdoc macro in clj-ns-browser.sdoc, and start the browser with (sdoc):
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... and the browser window should popup on your screen - very easy!
-It should actually work from any repl - tested on MacOSX, Linux, even Windows... with Leiningen 1.7.1 & 2.0.0-preview10, repls, repl-y, emacs and Sublime Text 2.
+It should actually work from any repl - tested on MacOSX, Linux, even Windows... with Leiningen 1.7.1 & 2.0.0, repls, repl-y, emacs and Sublime Text 2.
## Documentation, Usage, Issues, Futures...
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## License
-Copyright (C) 2012 - Frank Siebenlist and Andy Fingerhut
+Copyright (C) 2013 - Frank Siebenlist and Andy Fingerhut
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure
uses. See the file COPYING.
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-(defproject clj-ns-browser "1.3.1-SNAPSHOT"
+(defproject clj-ns-browser "1.3.1"
:description "Smalltalk-like namespace/class/var/function browser for Clojure."
:url "https://github.com/franks42/clj-ns-browser"
:license {:name "Eclipse Public License"
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-(def clj-ns-browser-version "1.3.0")
+(def clj-ns-browser-version "1.3.1")
;; forward declarations... ough that clojure compiler should be smarter...

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