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Getting_Started.wiki

-== Getting Started ==
-
-* Download and install [[http://gradle.org/downloads.html|gradle milestone-3]].
-* Put your clojure sources in {{{src/main/clojure}}} following the usual path
-conventions for namespace translation.
-* Tell //gradle// that you want to use clojure.
-{{{
-buildscript {
-  repositories {
-    mavenRepo name: 'clojars', urls: 'http://clojars.org/repo'
-  }
-  dependencies {
-    classpath 'clojuresque:clojuresque:1.4.1'
-    classpath 'clojuresque:runtime:1.4.1'
-  }
-}
-
-apply plugin: 'clojure'
-
-repositories {
-  // add any other repositories you want here.
-  clojureReleasesRepo()
-  clojarsRepo()
-}
-
-dependencies {
-  compile 'org.clojure:clojure:1.2.0'
-  compile 'org.clojure:clojure-contrib:1.2.0'
-  // add any extra dependencies here
-}
-}}}
-* Build your project – {{{gradle build}}}.
-
-== Adding Swank Support ==
-
-* Add the following to your dependencies section
-{{{
-development "swank-clojure:swank-clojure:1.3.1" 
-}}}
-* Then add the following task to start swank
-{{{
-task runSwank(type: clojuresque.ClojureExec) { 
-    classpath = project.files( 
-        project.sourceSets.main.clojure.srcDirs, 
-        project.sourceSets.main.classesDir, 
-        project.sourceSets.test.clojure.srcDirs, 
-        project.configurations.testRuntime, 
-        project.configurations.development 
-    ) 
-    main = "swank.swank/start-repl"
-    args = [] 
-} 
-}}}
-* Finally connect from emacs using M-x slime-connect
+== Getting Started ==
+
+* Download and install [[http://gradle.org/downloads.html|gradle milestone-3]].
+* Put your clojure sources in {{{src/main/clojure}}} following the usual path
+conventions for namespace translation.
+* Tell //gradle// that you want to use clojure.
+{{{
+buildscript {
+  repositories {
+    mavenRepo name: 'clojars', urls: 'http://clojars.org/repo'
+  }
+  dependencies {
+    classpath 'clojuresque:clojuresque:1.4.1'
+    classpath 'clojuresque:runtime:1.4.1'
+  }
+}
+
+apply plugin: 'clojure'
+
+repositories {
+  // add any other repositories you want here.
+  clojureReleasesRepo()
+  clojarsRepo()
+}
+
+dependencies {
+  compile 'org.clojure:clojure:1.2.0'
+  compile 'org.clojure:clojure-contrib:1.2.0'
+  // add any extra dependencies here
+}
+}}}
+* Build your project – {{{gradle build}}}.
+
+== Adding Swank Support ==
+
+* Add the following to your dependencies section
+{{{
+development "swank-clojure:swank-clojure:1.3.1" 
+}}}
+* Then add the following task to start swank
+{{{
+task runSwank(type: clojuresque.ClojureExec) { 
+    classpath = project.files( 
+        project.sourceSets.main.clojure.srcDirs, 
+        project.sourceSets.main.classesDir, 
+        project.sourceSets.test.clojure.srcDirs, 
+        project.configurations.testRuntime, 
+        project.configurations.development 
+    ) 
+    main = "swank.swank/start-repl"
+    args = [] 
+} 
+}}}
+* Finally connect from emacs using M-x slime-connect
-== Clojuresque – a gradle plugin ==
-
-//clojuresque// is a plugin for [[http://www.gradle.org|gradle]] – on of the
-build system for the JVM land. //clojuresque// extends //gradle// to understand
-also Clojure projects.
-
-It handles dependencies, AOT compilation and uberjar creation. Integrating
-other languages like Java or Groovy is no problem and sources in a project
-can be mixed without problems.
-
-==== Getting Started ===
-
-* The [[http://www.gradle.org/current/docs/userguide/userguide_single.html|userguide]] is a good source for getting started with //gradle// itself.
-* [[Getting Started]] with //clojuresque//.
-
-=== Options ===
-
-* [[AOT Compilation|aotCompile]]
-* [[Reflection Warning|warnOnReflection]]
-* pre-defined [[Repositories|repositories]]
-
-=== Tasks ===
-
-* [[Uberjar|uberjar]]
-* [[Deps|deps]]
+== Clojuresque – a gradle plugin ==
+
+//clojuresque// is a plugin for [[http://www.gradle.org|gradle]] – on of the
+build system for the JVM land. //clojuresque// extends //gradle// to understand
+also Clojure projects.
+
+It handles dependencies, AOT compilation and uberjar creation. Integrating
+other languages like Java or Groovy is no problem and sources in a project
+can be mixed without problems.
+
+==== Getting Started ===
+
+* The [[http://www.gradle.org/current/docs/userguide/userguide_single.html|userguide]] is a good source for getting started with //gradle// itself.
+* [[Getting Started]] with //clojuresque//.
+
+=== Options ===
+
+* [[AOT Compilation|aotCompile]]
+* [[Reflection Warning|warnOnReflection]]
+* pre-defined [[Repositories|repositories]]
+
+=== Tasks ===
+
+* [[Uberjar|uberjar]]
+* [[Deps|deps]]