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10.5: Set up Clojure on Leopard Install
Clojure is a hot new programming language on the Java platform that's getting lots of attention lately, but setting up a development environment on OS X can be a bit of a pain.

To make things simpler, I created ClojureX, a free set of scripts and installation instructions for this task. ClojureX can:
  • Download and build the source code for Clojure, clojure-contrib and JLine (a readline like library for Java)
  • Download editor support packages for TextMate and Emacs
  • Create a symlink for the Clojure startup script in /usr/local/bin
  • Install support for TextMate via the clojure-tmbundle
  • Configure Emacs to use clojure-mode, Slime and swank-clojure
  • Keep your Clojure installation up to date via a simple git submodule update && ant
More info can be found in this blog post.

[robg adds: Just in case the source ever vanishes, I've created a mirror on Mac OS X Hints. However, your best bet for the latest and greatest is via the link to the tree on github.]
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