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@pez i had some contact with chrisoakman about the state of tree-sitter-clojure. iiuc, there was some talk of merging some of the work from Tavistock's repository to oakmac's (chrisoakman) repository: i did a brief pass of merging the corpus (Tavistock -> oakmac) yesterday and think i've found some issues and got some practice modifying one of the grammars. i'm currently trying to digest both of the grammars and understand the tree sitter docs. so afaik neither of the two efforts discovered are a complete clojure grammar for tree sitter, though they both had some level of development put into them. whether a complete one is necessary or how complete a grammar needs to be before it's useful is not clear to me at this point.