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Re: Questions about Development Environments in Emacs (Leiningen, Intero
Re: Questions about Development Environments in Emacs (Leiningen, Intero)
Mon, 10 Feb 2020 16:22:50 -0500
You are correct that Clojure development via CIDER is dependent upon
having at least one of the three Clojure build tools installed and on
your PATH. These are your choices (in order of age):
- lein https://leiningen.org/
- boot https://boot-clj.com/
- clojure https://clojure.org/guides/getting_started
All three are simply shell scripts that download their respective JARs
into $HOME/.lein, $HOME/.boot, $HOME/.clojure, and/or
For lein and boot, I just manually install them into a scripts directory
in my $HOME directory and add that to my $PATH in my ~/.bashrc. For
clojure, I pass the installdir option to its installation script to put
all of its files in $HOME/local (which I add to my PATH instead of using
the global /usr/local).
Creating a Guix package for any of these three tools shouldn't be all
that difficult, but I have unfortunately not yet taken the time to put
them together. If someone does create them though (particularly one for
`clojure`), I would be quite happy indeed.
Pierre Neidhardt <address@hidden> writes:
> Thanks for sharing, John!
> And any one using Clojure?
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