This adds a couple new tasks (test! and interactive) and the ability to chain
tasks. It also allows for user-level init scripts and user-level plugins, so you
don't have to declare things like swank as a dependency for every project you
use; just install it once and be done with it.
The repl task now acts as a socket server, so multiple concurrent connections
may be used.
Another neat feature is the ability to bundle shell script launchers
with your jar
files. Leiningen will place these in the ~/.lein/bin directory so you can have
an easy way to launch projects from the command-line.
One last "new feature" is the Leiningen stickers: http://twitpic.com/2e33r1
If you've contributed to Leiningen, you can send for one yourself; details at:
Users of 1.1.0 and 1.2.0 can upgrade with "lein upgrade". Otherwise download
the script from http://github.com/technomancy/leiningen/raw/stable/bin/lein,
place it on your $PATH and make it executable, and then run "lein
self-install" to get going. New users should check out the
A complete list of the new features and bug fixes can be found at
I just pushed out a new release of Leiningen, a Clojure build tool,
with lots of help from many contributors.
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Please note that there's nothing inherent in the idea of package.el
that causes it to work poorly with Common Lisp; it's only because
nobody involved in it so far cares about Common Lisp. If you'd like to
improve the slime packages, that would be great.