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on 10/17/2013 6:06 PM
The lein-try plugin is one of the more stunningly useful "little pieces" of software that you can have available if you're developing in Clojure. Simply add the plugin to your user profile (in ~/.lein/profiles.clj) and then lein try some-dependency will fire up a REPL with the specified dependency on the classpath. Today, I needed a simple HTTP server running for a short while, serving up static assets from a specific folder tree. Instead of messing with my local Apache setup, I used lein-try to fire up a [...]
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