|fs||File system utilities|
|clj-avro||Basic wrapper for avro. Apache Avro is a data serialization system.|
|Clodiuno||Clodiuno is a library that allows you to control Arduino using Clojure allowing Clojure developers to interface with real world using Arduino hardware.|
|serial-port||A simple library for serial port communication with Clojure. Although serial communciation may be considered old tech, it's useful for a communicating with a plethora of devices including exciting new hardware such as the Monome and the Arduino.|
|conch||Conch is a simple but very flexible Clojure library for shelling out to external programs. It is to be used as an alternative to working directly with the java.lang.Process API and as a more flexible alternative to clojure.java.shell.|
|bytebuffer||Library for packing and unpacking binary data. Simplifies working with java.nio.ByteBuffer objects.|
Handles signed and unsigned values pleasantly. Usually reading or writing unsigned fields with ByteBuffers is a pain because Java doesn't have unsigned primitives. The unsigned take-* functions here actually return a type that is one step larger than the requested type, ex. take-ushort returns an int, and take-uint returns a bigint.
|nio||Clojure support for java.nio.|
Extends clojure.java.io’s input-stream, output-stream, and copy functions to java.nio classes.
|byte-spec||A declarative DSL for reading and writing binary file formats in Clojure|
|Gloss||Gloss is a byte-format DSL. It can turn complicated byte formats into Clojure data structures, allowing for easy use of custom network protocols and C libraries. It can also turn Clojure data structures into compact byte representations, allowing for efficient use of bandwidth and disk.|
|Marshal||Library to marshal C style data structures. For use with legacy TCP socket communication protocols and file formats (e.g. dbf file) . Marshaling to/from clojure data structures: maps, vectors, lists, numbers, booleans, and strings using OutputStream and InputStream interfaces. Marshal big or little endian (default is little endian). |