Simple command-line clojure scripts · Posted: Mar 12, 2012
You can write short command line scripts in clojure as you would in any other
scripting language. The information on how to do this is however a little hard
to find, where much of the documentation I found through Google suggests using
java command with a call to
clojure.main. See here for documentation on
using the REPL and main
Below is a simpler example made possible through the
clj shebang and the CLI
arguments stored in the
*command-line-args* var. This script prints the first
argument. Make sure to
chmod 755 so you can call this like any other script.
#!/usr/bin/env clj (println (first *command-line-args*))
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