Hello, World! application in Swearjure. Prints out
Hello, World! in the
terminal window and exits.
hello-swearjure uses only 5 alphanumerical characters in the program itself on a
project.clj needs some more because Leiningen runs on
Clojure 1.5.1: 9 alphanumerical characters, 7 distinct ones. How hello-swearjure
works is explained at http://www.hypirion.com/musings/hello-swearjure.
What is Swearjure?
Swearjure is Clojure code without alphanumerical characters (or with a very limited amount of them). While one may think you can do very little with it, it has a rather surprising amount of power. Swearjure — Clojure without alphanumerics describes the current state of Swearjure, though this application uses some new inventions which will be documented in the future. There has also been a talk about Swearjure, done by Gary Fredericks (@gfredericks_).
As of now, you can run hello-swearjure by issuing the following command:
$ lein run
You must use Leiningen 2.1.0 or higher to run this program. The program will
otherwise crash, as it needs Leiningen to run on Clojure
For unknown reasons, it is currently impossible to make this program as a
standalone jar file. If you have attempted to do so, ensure you perform
lein clean before attempting to run the program again.
Copyright © 2013 Jean Niklas L'orange
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.