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Libraries for Category 'Editing'

swank-clojureIDE-like environment for Emacs and Clojure
VimClojureA Vim filetype plugin for Clojure
CounterclockwiseCounterclockwise is an Eclipse plugin helping developers write Clojure code.
EnclojurePlugin for Netbeans for developers to help write Clojure code.
La ClojureProvides Clojure language support: syntax and error highlighting, completion, navigation and refactorings for IntelliJ Idea
align-cljlet'align-cljlet' is an emacs addin for aligning let-like forms.
RitzRitz is a swank server for running clojure in slime.

Ritz was originally based on swank-clojure and was originally called swank-clj. The last swank-clj release is 0.1.6.

This is alpha quality.
slimv.vimSlimv is a SWANK client for Vim, similarly to SLIME for Emacs. SWANK is a TCP server for Emacs, which runs a Common Lisp, Clojure or Scheme REPL and provides a socket interface for evaluating, compiling, debugging, profiling lisp code. The SWANK server is embedded in Slimv, but you can also use your own SWANK installation.
SevenriSevenri is a Swing-based, interactive Clojure environment written in Clojure.

In Sevenri you can run application called slix. Sevenri comes with bunch of slixes, such as REPL, Clojure editor Ced, and Incanter front-end Incantea. With help of these slixes and powerful Clojure libraries you can learn and study Clojure, try out your ideas and run your projects, and even develop your own slixes, all in Clojure interactively.
swank-cljRefactored swank-clojure, with jpda debugging support.
cloojclooj is a small, simple IDE (integrated development environment) for the clojure programming language, available for free download. clooj is written entirely in clojure and uses a swing-based GUI. It is cross-platform (assuming Java 1.6 has been installed on your operating system), and runs as a standalone application or as a clojure editor embedded in another java or clojure application. The standalone version (containing the clojure core) is a single jar file that can be launched by double-clicking its file icon or by running java -jar clooj-XXX-STANDALONE.jar from the command line.