A Clojure library to adamantly (or stubbornly) try to run a function.
This library shall help you run functions which may encounter errors or timeout with automated retries. Situations where this might be helpful contain communication with a remote service, which may be unavailable, or dealing with asynchronous file transfer, when you are waiting for a file to show up.
You can pass any clojure function to `adamant-run` along with its arguments and some finetuning options to control how adamant-run will run your function.
The easiest case is calling a function with no arguments using the defaults of `adamant-run`:
(adamant-run (fn  "OK"))
The documentation of the function adamant-run contains a list of keyword options.
The whole idea for this project comes from Robert Bruce written by Joe Gallo. So, kudos to Joe for his nice interface!
Copyright (C) 2011 Stefan Kamphausen
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure. See file COPYING.