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Hi!

Cloc is a small web app to serve API documentation, packaged as a Leiningen
plugin. The idea is that you run one command, `lein cloc` from any
Leiningen project and it fires up a local web server with all the
documentation you'll need, for your own code and for the dependencies in
your project file. It also has a Lucene-powered search built in.

A first release is available on Clojars, instructions and a screenshot are
on the GitHub project [1] for anyone who wants to give it a try. A ton of
things need improvement, fixing, rewriting... I'll add a comprehensive list
of upcoming features and known bugs to the GitHub issue tracker tomorrow.
Meanwhile, the main problem you're likely to encounter is that it only
works in Chrome -- browser compatibility fixes are on the way!

Feedback and suggestions welcome - feel free to add things to the GitHub
issues page!


Jaley.

[1] http://github.com/jaley/cloc

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  • Shantanu Kumar at Aug 29, 2013 at 8:25 am
    Hi Jaley,

    This is pretty cool, thanks for sharing! The only nit I'd like to pick is,
    you may like to mention the version on README as 0.1.0 instead of
    0.1.0-SNAPSHOT.

    Shantanu
    On Thursday, 29 August 2013 03:34:59 UTC+5:30, Jaley wrote:

    Hi!

    Cloc is a small web app to serve API documentation, packaged as a
    Leiningen plugin. The idea is that you run one command, `lein cloc` from
    any Leiningen project and it fires up a local web server with all the
    documentation you'll need, for your own code and for the dependencies in
    your project file. It also has a Lucene-powered search built in.

    A first release is available on Clojars, instructions and a screenshot are
    on the GitHub project [1] for anyone who wants to give it a try. A ton of
    things need improvement, fixing, rewriting... I'll add a comprehensive list
    of upcoming features and known bugs to the GitHub issue tracker tomorrow.
    Meanwhile, the main problem you're likely to encounter is that it only
    works in Chrome -- browser compatibility fixes are on the way!

    Feedback and suggestions welcome - feel free to add things to the GitHub
    issues page!


    Jaley.

    [1] http://github.com/jaley/cloc
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  • Nils Grunwald at Aug 29, 2013 at 8:34 am
    Thanks, this is very useful! Can't wait for the Firefox compatibility ;)

    Nils Grunwald
    On Thursday, August 29, 2013 12:04:59 AM UTC+2, Jaley wrote:

    Hi!

    Cloc is a small web app to serve API documentation, packaged as a
    Leiningen plugin. The idea is that you run one command, `lein cloc` from
    any Leiningen project and it fires up a local web server with all the
    documentation you'll need, for your own code and for the dependencies in
    your project file. It also has a Lucene-powered search built in.

    A first release is available on Clojars, instructions and a screenshot are
    on the GitHub project [1] for anyone who wants to give it a try. A ton of
    things need improvement, fixing, rewriting... I'll add a comprehensive list
    of upcoming features and known bugs to the GitHub issue tracker tomorrow.
    Meanwhile, the main problem you're likely to encounter is that it only
    works in Chrome -- browser compatibility fixes are on the way!

    Feedback and suggestions welcome - feel free to add things to the GitHub
    issues page!


    Jaley.

    [1] http://github.com/jaley/cloc
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  • Jaley at Aug 29, 2013 at 8:59 am
    @Shantanu - ah good spot, thanks! Maybe next I should make a tool to make
    sure README.md files are up to date :)

    @Nils - I'll fix Firefox at the weekend I hope. It's probably completely
    obviously from looking at the ClojureScript code, but I have absolutely no
    idea what I'm doing when it comes to web development. Someone who knows
    about this kind of stuff can probably see what I'm doing wrong immediately,
    but hopefully it's something fairly trivial.


    Jaley.
    On Thursday, 29 August 2013 09:34:25 UTC+1, Nils Grunwald wrote:

    Thanks, this is very useful! Can't wait for the Firefox compatibility ;)

    Nils Grunwald
    On Thursday, August 29, 2013 12:04:59 AM UTC+2, Jaley wrote:

    Hi!

    Cloc is a small web app to serve API documentation, packaged as a
    Leiningen plugin. The idea is that you run one command, `lein cloc` from
    any Leiningen project and it fires up a local web server with all the
    documentation you'll need, for your own code and for the dependencies in
    your project file. It also has a Lucene-powered search built in.

    A first release is available on Clojars, instructions and a screenshot
    are on the GitHub project [1] for anyone who wants to give it a try. A ton
    of things need improvement, fixing, rewriting... I'll add a comprehensive
    list of upcoming features and known bugs to the GitHub issue tracker
    tomorrow. Meanwhile, the main problem you're likely to encounter is that it
    only works in Chrome -- browser compatibility fixes are on the way!

    Feedback and suggestions welcome - feel free to add things to the GitHub
    issues page!


    Jaley.

    [1] http://github.com/jaley/cloc
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