A remote namespace system for Clojure
Clojure Python


net-ns : A remote namespace system for Clojure

TODO: Description

Usage and Examples



With Leiningen


Via Source



Using TMUX or screen

If you want to start a new tmux server, cd to the project root dir, just type: script/starttmux otherwise you can start a new session: tmux cat netns.tmux.newsession You can also use screen: screen -c netns.screenrc -S net-ns

VimClojure tips

Start a nailgun (which will also open a repl), run the following command from the project root: script/nailgun

Here are helpful commands * \rt - run tests in the given namespace * \lw - lookup word * \li - lookup interactive * \gw - goto word * \sw - source lookup word * \el - eval line * \ep - eval paragraph * \me - macro expand * \m1 - macro expand1

Paredit.vim tips

I also make use of the paredit.vim file from the slimv.vim plugin. * :call ToggleParedit - toggle it on and off. * \W wrap in paren (works with visual selection too) * \J join paren - (a)(b) -> (a b) * \O split paren - (a b) -> (a)(b) * \S splice paren - ((a b)) -> (a b)


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