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Mark Naylor14:01:28

@seancorfield Those are great suggestions. Thanks for the input. After further thought, I've decided that a good course of action is too "stand on the shoulders of giants". There are a lot of Clojure projects available on github. I figured that would be a place to find some examples. Who better to emulate than the Rich Hickey, the author of Clojure? What I've seen in brief browsing is centered on clojure.test. Reading those should give me a foundation; then I can compare to spec.


@mark.naylor.1701 The nice thing about clojure.test is that it is built into Clojure itself so you don't need any other libraries. All of the tooling for all of the editors assumes clojure.test so it's easy to run tests from your editor.