Swank/slime support for clojure
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# Swank Clojure

Swank-clojure is an adapter that lets you use SLIME (the Superior Lisp
Interaction Mode for Emacs) with Clojure.


1. Install clojure-mode.el. Either use ELPA[1] or get it manually
   install from source[2].

2. Invoke M-x clojure-install and follow the directions given. This
   will download and configure swank-clojure as well as other

3. If you want to use SLIME with Common Lisp or another Lisp
   implementation, add your default lisp back in:

    ;; Example for sbcl to put in your .emacs:
    (add-to-list 'slime-lisp-implementations '(sbcl ("sbcl")))

4. Start slime!

    M-x slime

  Or if you have alternate implementations configured:

    M-- M-x slime clojure

  You can also start a Slime session for a given project:

    M-x swank-clojure-project

  This will prompt for a project dir and set up the classpath for that
  structure based on some existing Clojure conventions:

  * src/ and test/ - added to the classpath
  * lib/ - all .jars in here are added to the classpath
  * src/main/clojure, src/test/, target/classes,
      target/dependency - added if pom.xml exists (maven-style)

Copyright (C) 2008-2016 Jeffrey Chu, Phil Hagelberg

This file is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public
License as distributed with Emacs (press C-h C-c to view it).

[1] - http://tromey.com/elpa
[2] - http://github.com/jochu/clojure-mode