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PRACTICAL-CL-CLOJURE
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A port of selected examples from Practical Common Lisp to Clojure.
The purpose of this port is to explore the intersection between
Lisp and Clojure's signature features: access to the JVM and a 
functional programming style base on immutable collections.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO FIRST
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Read Practical Common Lisp. It's great. Buy a copy.
http://gigamonkeys.com/book/

THEN...
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Get yourself some Clojure (http://clojure.org) and take 
a look at the code in this project.

BEGGING YOUR PARDON...
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I wrote this code before I settled on a test framework that I would
use for Clojure code. Such testing as there is is minimal, and has
been added after the fact when dealing with bugs.

For a more representative example of how I think Clojure code should
be tested, check out http://github.com/stuarthalloway/clj-relevance.

IF THIS WAS FUN...
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You might also enjoy my book, Programming Clojure:

    http://www.pragprog.com/titles/shcloj/programming-clojure

LICENSES
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Practical-cl-clojure is licensed under an MIT license, 
see LICENSE.

Peter Seibel, the author of Practical Common Lisp, wrote all
the code that inspired this port. The original is available at
http://gigamonkeys.com, and I have reproduced that license 
and copyright in PRACTICAL-CL-LICENSE.

Stuart Halloway
stu@thinkrelevance.com


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