- Another good reason to learn clojure, if it makes you write README files like this
(via @yaxu) —
It seems like this project had been dormant for two years and all of a sudden it started gaining massive speed. Mix processing with Clojure and make cool visuals. And indeed, a nice README.
- Marginalia v0.7.0 has been released!
(via @fogus) —
Marginalia is a docco-style literate programming tool that builds a nice website for your code, making the comments very readable. New features are a leiningen plugin, ClojureScript support, 1.3 def docstrings and some other stuff.
- wow! the clojure community moves so fast on this stuff RT: @martintrojer #datomic and #frinj Awesomeness
(via @sofra) —
Stuart Halloway, of Datomic fame, put out some code that integrates the recently announced frinj, unit of measure computation library, with the even more recently announced datomic, an otherwordly database. Not bad, not bad… it took a whole day, even less.