We do not yet have any automated build/release cycle for
ClojureScript. If you want to track the latest ClojureScript
development, please continue to use Git.
** Sample project.clj
Leiningen users can use a project.clj file similar to the following:
(defproject foo "1.0.0-SNAPSHOT"
:description "FIXME: write description"
:dependencies [[org.clojure/clojure "1.3.0"]
To start immediately without waiting for Maven Central, add Sonatype
OSS to your public repositories like this:
** About Version Numbers
ClojureScript has no "release" versions yet. Instead we have a
revision number, calculated as the number of commits on the master
branch since the beginning of the project. ClojureScript is currently
at revision 927. In Maven/Leiningen, this is represented as version
ClojureScript depends on four things:
*** 1. Clojure 1.3 or later
Published by us. Not declared as a dependency: add it to your project
Published by Mozilla.
*** 3. Google Closure Compiler
Published by Google. Pulls in a bunch of other dependencies including
Guava, Protocol Buffers, and Ant. You may choose to ignore these or
exclude them in your project build configuration.
*** 4. Google Closure Library
Published by us as org.clojure:google-closure-library, version
"0.0-790", where 790 is the Subversion revision number we are using.
The most recent SVN revision does not currently work with
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Earlier today I updated lein-clojurescript and submitted a pull
request, so that should be available to use soon.