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by<br />
<a href="http://www.ociweb.com/mark/" onclick="window.open(this.href,'_blank');return false;" title="Author Bio">R. Mark Volkmann</a>,
Partner <br />Object Computing, Inc. (OCI)<br />
- last updated on 6/10/12
+ last updated on 7/22/12
</p>
<p style="text-align:center">
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<h2><a name="GettingStarted">Getting Started</a></h2>
- <p>Clojure code for your own library and application projects will
+ <p>
+ Clojure code for your own library and application projects will
typically reside in its own directory (named after the project)
- and will be managed by
- the <a href="http://leiningen.org/index.html">Leiningen</a>
+ and will be managed by the
+ <a href="http://leiningen.org/index.html">Leiningen</a>
project management tool. Leiningen (or "lein" for short) will
take care of downloading Clojure for you and making it available
to your projects. To start using Clojure, you don't need to
install Clojure, nor deal with jar files or
the <code>java</code> command &mdash; just install and use
- <code>lein</code> (instructions on the Leiningen homepage, linked to above).</p>
+ <code>lein</code> (instructions on the Leiningen homepage,
+ linked to above).
+ </p>
- <p>Once you've installed lein, create a trivial project to start
- playing around with:</p>
+ <p>
+ Once you've installed lein, create a trivial project to start
+ playing around with:
+ </p>
<div class="code">
<pre xml:space="preserve">cd ~/temp
lein new my-proj

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