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       clojure-repl - Clojure read-eval-print loop


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


       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.


       A summary of options is included below.

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


       A listing of recognised environment variables is included below.

              Specifies additional classpath elements.


       clojure(1), clojurec(1).


       clojure-repl  is  a wrapper script around a Java implementation by Rich
       Hickey <>.  The wrapper script was written by Peter
       Collingbourne <>.

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

                                January 2, 2009