flycheck-joker - Clojure syntax checker (via Joker) for flycheck

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This package adds Clojure(Script) syntax checker (via Joker) to flycheck. Make sure Joker binary is on your path. Joker version 0.9.7 or greater is required. See Joker installation instructions for details.



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