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November 2014
Installing and using Clojure and ClojureScript with Emacs

Clojure is wonderful, being able to use ClojureScript in the browser even more so, however setting up a development environment is a pain in the ass. On top of this what's considered best practice is still changing from almost month to month.

Because of this I intend to document here as accurately as I can the process for getting a working environment in Emacs for both Clojure and ClojureScript. This is going to be a working document where I will update the procedure I use myself on an ongoing basis. In general I will be noting instructions to install the most recent verions of software and scripts. Mostly this is a description of how, not so much of why, but I'll try to include links to more info where relevant.