Clojure is unlike most languages in that you don't generally install Clojure itself; it's just a library that's loaded into the JVM. You don't interact with it directly, you use a build tool and editor/IDE integration instead.
- Tutorials and Exercises
- IDEs and Editors
- Build Tools
- Pages that Need to be Written!
- Getting Started with CLR and Visual Studio
- C vs. JVM world, classpath per app vs. global /usr/local (LD_CONFG) why Clojure (and the JVM) is different from languages that come out of C conventions (ruby, python, etc)
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