clj-decline; a clojure validation library that sucks less by doing less
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clj-decline is a validation library that hopefully will turn out to be simple enough to be useful. clj-decline does not place limits on what it can validate. It does not restrict itself to web and will never do so. With regards to the kind of rejection messages (errors) it can generate, the only restriction is that they should be indexed by a key. Read the RANT for the long story. For now, the functions are all documented inline, and the best place to look for examples is the test code. An online copy of the inline documentation is at http://joodie.github.com/clj-decline/ To prevent havock, I won't be releasing SNAPSHOT releases. Instead, there will be as many minor releases as needed to push changes/fixes. When updating to a new version, check the CHANGES file to see if anything has changed in the API. The releases are on clojars, so you can use your favorite build tool. See http://clojars.org/clj-decline for the spec. Copyright (C) 2011 Joost Diepenmaat, Zeekat Softwareontwikkeling firstname.lastname@example.org Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.