View the documentation for function definitions and other vars, including links to browse the Clojure specification and source code.
Evaluate a namespace to enable Help
Help only works for special forms (
if, etc.) until any namespace from a project is first evaluated.
, ' (
sesman-start) to start or connect to a REPL process
, e f with the cursor on the namespace definition in the source code buffer. This loads the
clojure.core functions and vars and the required namespaces for the current namespace.
Or , e b to evaluate a source code buffer if all source code in that namespace is syntactically correct.
, h d shows the documentation for the current function or var under the cursor, or prompts for a function or var name.
The documentation popup shows * the argument list of a function * meta data (version added, scope, etc) * doc-string describing the function or var * Clojure spec - argument, return specifications * Location and link to source code * Links to related functions
Viewing the source codeλ︎
Enter on the link to the source code will open the source in a separate buffer.
Viewing the specificationλ︎
Enter on the Browse Spec link will open the specification in a separate buffer.
Clojuredocs is a website with the documentation for the Clojure Standard Library. Each entry also contains many code examples of using each function, contributed by the Clojure community.