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Created April 4, 2021 04:45
A minimum-viable emacs config. for literate programming with Clojure.

Emacs Config


This is a ‘minimum viable config’ built for the purpose of literate programming with Clojure / Clojurescript. It uses MELPA to download and install a few packages that I consider necessary for a good Clojure dev. experience, though that’s of course only my opinion. I use CIDER, a robust and popular REPL tool. It could arguably be substituted for inf-clojure, but I haven’t tried that myself.

This config does assume that you already have emacs installed and that you have at least a cursory understanding of how to navigate and use it. Or, at the very least know a few keywords to search as you try learn things. Emacs can be a daunting tool (I don’t even know most of it myself yet, honestly), but you can do the most critical things without too much difficulty and a bit of patience.

candera /
Last active February 13, 2024 10:04
Clojure config files

A little Clojure configuration reader

This is a handy bit of code I've written more than once. I thought I'd throw it in here so I can refer back to it later. Basically, it lets you read a config file to produce a Clojure map. The config files themselves can contain one or more forms, each of which can be either a map or a list. Maps are simply merged. Lists correspond to invocations of extension points, which in turn produces a map, which is merged along with everything else.

An Example

Consider the following files:


timmc / fact.swear.clj
Last active July 5, 2022 13:34
Factorial in Clojure without using alphanumeric characters
;; It all started here:
(#((% (+(*))) %) ;; call arg 1 with all args
[;; data
(+ (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*))
;; main fn -- simulate 'if' with map lookup and closures
#(({(+) (% (+(*)(*)))} ;; if zero return 'then' clause
(% (+)) ;; dispatch on first arg
(% (+(*)(*)(*)))) ;; call 'else' clause (n not found in map)
(deftheme bubbleberry "bubbleberry")
;; Based on the theme used for LightTable (see: )
'(linum-format " %7i ")
'(fringe-mode 5 nil (fringe))
'(powerline-color1 "#3d3d68")
'(powerline-color2 "#292945")
blacktaxi / const-macros.clj
Created February 7, 2012 15:48
Macros for defining constants in Clojure
(defmacro defconst [const-name const-val]
~(with-meta const-name
(assoc (meta const-name) :const true))
(defmacro defconsts [bindings]
~@(map (fn [[const-name const-val]]
`(defconst ~const-name ~const-val))
blacktaxi / ruby-fmt.clj
Created January 25, 2012 14:42
Ruby-like string interpolation in Clojure
; Ruby has an awesome feature -- string interpolation. Read about it on the internet.
; On the other hand, Clojure only has cumbersome Java string formatting, which can not be
; used without pain after you've tried Ruby.
; So here's this simple macro that basically allows you to do most things you could do
; with Ruby string interpolation in Clojure.
(ns eis.stuff
(:require [clojure.string]))
alexander-yakushev / tetris.clj
Created September 10, 2011 00:28
Tetris implementation in Clojure
(ns tetris.core
(:import (java.awt Color Dimension BorderLayout)
(javax.swing JPanel JFrame JOptionPane JButton JLabel)
(java.awt.event KeyListener))
(:use clojure.contrib.import-static deflayout.core
(import-static java.awt.event.KeyEvent VK_LEFT VK_RIGHT VK_DOWN VK_UP VK_SPACE)
(set! *unchecked-math* true)
(defmacro iloop [[b t n] & body]
`(loop [~@b]
(when ~t
(recur ~n))))
(defn count-primes [^long n]
(let [c (inc n)
prasincs / sha1-hash.clj
Created February 15, 2011 08:36
clojure sha1 hash
(defn get-hash [type data]
(.digest ( type) (.getBytes data) ))
(defn sha1-hash [data]
(get-hash "sha1" data))
(defn get-hash-str [data-bytes]
(apply str
(defn list-classes [bytes]
(with-open [jar-is (JarInputStream. ( bytes))]
(doall (map
(fn [entry] (-> (.getName entry)
(.replaceAll "\\.class$" "")
(.replaceAll "/" ".")))
#(.endsWith (.getName %) ".class")
(take-while identity (repeatedly #(.getNextEntry jar-is))))))))