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NAME

       clojure-repl - Clojure read-eval-print loop

SYNOPSIS

       clojure-repl [-cp/-classpath classpath] [script.clj ...] [-- args ...]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the clojure-repl command.

       clojure-repl  provides a read-eval-print loop (REPL) for the Clojure language.  Any number
       of Clojure files can be provided as path arguments; these files are loaded in order, as if
       via  load-file,  before  control  is passed to the REPL.  Script files are loaded into the
       same namespace in which the REPL runs.

       clojure-repl binds *command-line-args*  to  a  seq  containing  the  (optional)  arguments
       provided after the two dashes (--).

       clojure-repl is deprecated; please instead use clojure(1) which includes a REPL mode.

OPTIONS

       A summary of options is included below.

       -cp classpath, -classpath classpath
              Specifies  additional  classpath  elements.   This  option overrides the $CLASSPATH
              environment variable.

ENVIRONMENT

       A listing of recognised environment variables is included below.

       CLASSPATH
              Specifies additional classpath elements.

SEE ALSO

       clojure(1), clojurec(1).

AUTHOR

       clojure-repl  is  a  wrapper  script  around  a  Java  implementation   by   Rich   Hickey
       <richhickey@gmail.com>.    The   wrapper   script   was  written  by  Peter  Collingbourne
       <peter@pcc.me.uk>.

       This manual page was written by Peter  Collingbourne  <peter@pcc.me.uk>,  for  the  Debian
       project (but may be used by others).

                                         January 2, 2009                          CLOJURE-REPL(1)