Clojuresque 1.3.0 released

A new version of Clojuresque is available. Read more on what's new...


The following improvements were implemented:

  • Without AOT compilation up to now just nothing happened in the compileClojure step. However now the namespaces are at least loaded into Clojure via require to get reflection warnings and to catch compile time errors.
  • It's now possible to create an überjar similar to Leiningen. It will include all runtime dependencies in a standalone jar.
  • Namespaces can now be included or excluded from processing based on namespace name – not only on file name.


Since I could not find a single Java implementation ssh which works with Clojars I decided to pull the rope. Clojars deployment is now done via shell out to scp. This will only work on Unix style systems like Linux or Mac OS X. Unfortunately not on Windows.


The bug tracker was moved from Bitbucket to Lighthouse. There you can also have a sneak preview on what's planned for the next release.

You can drop me also a personal mail if you don't want to register at Lighthouse.


The new version can be found as usual at Clojars. Eg. via a dependency in the buildscript:

dependencies {
    classpath 'clojuresque:clojuresque:1.3.0'

Published by Meikel Brandmeyer on .