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    Full-text search for function, var, namespace, project documentation and descriptions for Clojure open-source projects.
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    Found 74 results in 53 projects.
    tupelo 0.9.76
    Tupelo: Clojure With A Spoonful of Honey
    tupelo.core/nlSourceDoc + Usages
    Abbreviated name for `newline` 

    repl-utils 0.2.15
    Gary Fredericks' repl utils.
    com.gfredericks.repl.bg/throwable->messageSourceDoc + Usages
    Returns a (possibly abbreviated) message.

    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    spec.alpha 0.1.143
    Specification of data and functions
    clojure.spec.alpha/describeSourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    hasch 0.3.5
    Cryptographic hashing of EDN datastructures.
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    clojure-future-spec 1.9.0-alpha9-1
    Backport of clojure.spec for Clojure 1.8
    clojure.spec/describeSourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    superv.async 0.2.9
    Supervised channel management for core.async.
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    dynadoc 1.4.7
    A dynamic documentation generator
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    hoplon-elem-lib 0.2.0
    Tiny element library for Hoplon.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    ez-form 0.8.0
    Forms for the web
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    strictly-specking-standalone 0.1.1
    A Clojure library to help validate edn configuration data, and hopefully more
    strictly-specking-standalone.spec/describeSourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    re-view-hiccup 0.1.15
    Hiccup parser for re-view
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    pretty-spec 0.1.3
    A pretty printer for clojure.spec forms.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    skm-ice-utils 1.0.3
    Utility library developed by the ICE project within the danish ministry of taxation
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    iron 0.4.0
    Front-end utilities and support for ClojureScript and re-frame projects
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    reagent-slider 0.1.2
    Reagent wrapper around react-components/slider
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    fsmviz 0.1.3
    Generate Graphviz diagrams from FSM data.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    budb 0.0.1
    A CRDT Database for Clojure(script)
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    budb 0.0.1
    A CRDT Database for Clojure(script)
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    aramis 0.1.1
    A library providing a Promise.all()-like capabilities for re-frame.
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    lemonade 0.3.0
    High level language for graphical and UI programming. No markup.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    lemonade 0.3.0
    High level language for graphical and UI programming. No markup.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    ventas 0.0.6
    The Ventas eCommerce platform
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    ventas 0.0.6
    The Ventas eCommerce platform
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    skm-ice-gui 1.0.0
    GUI library developed by the ICE project within the danish ministry of taxation
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    anki-cljs 0.1.1
    CLJS interface for interacting with Anki
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    rejax 0.1.0
    A library that creates nicer API for usage of cljs-ajax in Re-frame
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    cmr-client 0.1.0
    A Clojure(Script) Client for NASA's Common Metadata Repository
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    cloth 0.3.1
    Clojure(Script) tools for Ethereum
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    core.storage 20170421.162221
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    tyan-a-bumfit yan.tan.tethera
    Implementation of the Yan Tan Tethera sheep-counting system
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    reagent-quill 0.1.1
    Reagent wrapper around react-quill
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    district0x 0.1.20
    district0x Frontend Library
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    conwip.modules 0.1.0
    Library for dynamically loading ClojureScript modules
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    conwip.modules 0.1.0
    Library for dynamically loading ClojureScript modules
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    pine 0.1.6
    A Clojure/ClojureScript router designed for universal applications.
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    gadjett 0.5.2
    Inspector tools for clojure[script]
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    rui 0.3.0
    UI components based on Reagent and Re-frame
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    kern 1.1.0
    A Parser Combinators Library
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    inspectable 0.2.2
    Tools for clojure.spec
    cljs.spec.alpha/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    editable 0.1.4
    lifecycle events for forms using re-frame
    cljs.spec/describe (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    returns an abbreviated description of the spec as data

    nephila 0.3.0
    Nascent project for visualizing Clojure project structure
    leiningen.nephila/tree->abbrev-mapSourceDoc + Usages
    Take a tree with abbreviations to a map of paths to abbreviated paths.

    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    spec.alpha 0.1.143
    Specification of data and functions
    clojure.spec.test.alpha/abbrev-resultSourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    clojure-future-spec 1.9.0-alpha9-1
    Backport of clojure.spec for Clojure 1.8
    clojure.spec.test/abbrev-resultSourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    hoplon-elem-lib 0.2.0
    Tiny element library for Hoplon.
    cljs.spec.test.alpha/abbrev-result (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    nephila 0.3.0
    Nascent project for visualizing Clojure project structure
    leiningen.nephila/abbreviation-mapSourceDoc + Usages
    Map of path strings to fully abbreviated path strings (including
    final segment.)

    pine 0.1.6
    A Clojure/ClojureScript router designed for universal applications.
    cljs.spec.test.alpha/abbrev-result (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    gadjett 0.5.2
    Inspector tools for clojure[script]
    cljs.spec.test/abbrev-result (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    clojush 20110702-kephale.17
    Clojush - Clojure implementation of Push by Lee Spector
    clojush/abbreviate-tagged-code-macrosSourceDoc + Usages
    Returns a copy of program with macros abbreviated as symbols. The returned program will
    not run as-is.

    inspectable 0.2.2
    Tools for clojure.spec
    cljs.spec.test.alpha/abbrev-result (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Given a check result, returns an abbreviated version
    suitable for summary use.

    re-frame-10x 0.3.3
    Become 10x more productive when developing and debugging re-frame applications.
    day8.re-frame-10x.utils.pretty-print-condensed/pretty-condensed (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Render form in abbreviated form, showing content only for keywords/strings/symbols and entering collections to a depth of 1.

    Render form in abbreviated form, showing content only for keywords/strings/symbols and entering collections to a depth of 1.

    re-frame-trace 0.1.11
    Tracing and developer tools for re-frame apps
    day8.re-frame.trace/preview-param (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    Render parameters in abbreviated form, showing content only for keywords/strings/symbols and entering vectors to a depth of 1.

    ittyon 0.11.4
    Manage distributed state for games
    ittyon.core/transition?SourceDoc + Usages
    Return true if x is a transition. A transition is a vector of five values:
      operation, entity, aspect, value and time. These are commonly abbreviated to
      `[o e a v t]`. The operation, o, is either `:assert` or `:revoke`. The aspect,
      a, must be a keyword.

    clj-btce 0.3.0
    API support for BTC-E
    clj-btce.core/get-nonceSourceDoc + Usages
    The BTC-E API requires each request to include a unique and incremented nonce integer parameter.
    
      The nonce is tracked per-API key. If your last request was 100 (24 hours ago), it'll expect the
      next request to be 100+.
    
      This function provides an abbreviated time-based nonce. If you need to run parallel requests,
      then you will need to implement your own nonce-management scheme and call post-data directly.
      

    helpmate 0.1.4
    A Clojure/clojurescript library for templating/emitting SGML (HTML,SVG,XML) fragments.
    helpmate.html/citeSourceDoc + Usages
    The HTML Citation Element (<cite>) represents a reference to a creative
      work. It must include the title of a work or a URL reference, which may be
      in an abbreviated form according to the conventions used for the addition of
      citation metadata.
    
        * A creative work may include a book, a paper, an essay, a poem, a score,
          a song, a script, a film, a TV show, a game, a sculpture, a painting, a
          theater production, a play, an opera, a musical, an exhibition, a legal
          case report, a computer program, a web site, a web page, a blog post or
          comment, a forum post or comment, a tweet, a written or oral statement,
          etc.
    
        * The W3C spec states that a reference to a creative work may include the
          author's name, while WHATWG has declared that it may not include a
          person's name under any circumstances.
    
        * Use the cite attribute on a <blockquote> or <q> element to reference an
          online resource for a source.

    clojure 1.10.0-alpha4
    Core language
    clojure.core/requireSourceDoc + Usages
    Loads libs, skipping any that are already loaded. Each argument is
      either a libspec that identifies a lib, a prefix list that identifies
      multiple libs whose names share a common prefix, or a flag that modifies
      how all the identified libs are loaded. Use :require in the ns macro
      in preference to calling this directly.
    
      Libs
    
      A 'lib' is a named set of resources in classpath whose contents define a
      library of Clojure code. Lib names are symbols and each lib is associated
      with a Clojure namespace and a Java package that share its name. A lib's
      name also locates its root directory within classpath using Java's
      package name to classpath-relative path mapping. All resources in a lib
      should be contained in the directory structure under its root directory.
      All definitions a lib makes should be in its associated namespace.
    
      'require loads a lib by loading its root resource. The root resource path
      is derived from the lib name in the following manner:
      Consider a lib named by the symbol 'x.y.z; it has the root directory
      <classpath>/x/y/, and its root resource is <classpath>/x/y/z.clj, or
      <classpath>/x/y/z.cljc if <classpath>/x/y/z.clj does not exist. The
      root resource should contain code to create the lib's
      namespace (usually by using the ns macro) and load any additional
      lib resources.
    
      Libspecs
    
      A libspec is a lib name or a vector containing a lib name followed by
      options expressed as sequential keywords and arguments.
    
      Recognized options:
      :as takes a symbol as its argument and makes that symbol an alias to the
        lib's namespace in the current namespace.
      :refer takes a list of symbols to refer from the namespace or the :all
        keyword to bring in all public vars.
    
      Prefix Lists
    
      It's common for Clojure code to depend on several libs whose names have
      the same prefix. When specifying libs, prefix lists can be used to reduce
      repetition. A prefix list contains the shared prefix followed by libspecs
      with the shared prefix removed from the lib names. After removing the
      prefix, the names that remain must not contain any periods.
    
      Flags
    
      A flag is a keyword.
      Recognized flags: :reload, :reload-all, :verbose
      :reload forces loading of all the identified libs even if they are
        already loaded
      :reload-all implies :reload and also forces loading of all libs that the
        identified libs directly or indirectly load via require or use
      :verbose triggers printing information about each load, alias, and refer
    
      Example:
    
      The following would load the libraries clojure.zip and clojure.set
      abbreviated as 's'.
    
      (require '(clojure zip [set :as s]))

    lambdacd 0.14.1
    A library to create a continous delivery pipeline in code.
    cljs-time.format/formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      Map of ISO 8601 and a single RFC 822 formatters that can be used
      for parsing and, in most cases, printing.
      
      Note: due to current implementation limitations, timezone information
      cannot be kept. Although the correct offset will be applied to UTC
      time if supplied.
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
    ```
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
        cljs-time additions:
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        o       ordinal suffix               text          st nd rd th (E.G., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th)
    ```
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of `y` is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** `Z` outputs offset without a colon, `ZZ` outputs the offset with a
      colon, `ZZZ` or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of `['a'..'z']` and
      `['A'..'Z']` will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like `:`,
      `.`, `<space>`, `#` and `?` will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    lambdacd 0.14.1
    A library to create a continous delivery pipeline in code.
    cljs-time.format/formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      Map of ISO 8601 and a single RFC 822 formatters that can be used
      for parsing and, in most cases, printing.
      
      Note: due to current implementation limitations, timezone information
      cannot be kept. Although the correct offset will be applied to UTC
      time if supplied.
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
    ```
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
        cljs-time additions:
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        o       ordinal suffix               text          st nd rd th (E.G., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th)
    ```
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of `y` is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** `Z` outputs offset without a colon, `ZZ` outputs the offset with a
      colon, `ZZZ` or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of `['a'..'z']` and
      `['A'..'Z']` will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like `:`,
      `.`, `<space>`, `#` and `?` will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    hatti 0.4.0
    A cljs dataview from your friends at Ona.io
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    hatti 0.4.0
    A cljs dataview from your friends at Ona.io
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    rejax 0.1.0
    A library that creates nicer API for usage of cljs-ajax in Re-frame
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    cloth 0.3.1
    Clojure(Script) tools for Ethereum
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    ona-viewer 1.1.30
    Ona viewer that connects to the Ona API.
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    ona-viewer 1.1.30
    Ona viewer that connects to the Ona API.
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    district0x 0.1.20
    district0x Frontend Library
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.

    misaeng 0.1.0
    한글 클로저 실험
    미생.기본/필요SourceDoc + Usages
    Loads libs, skipping any that are already loaded. Each argument is
      either a libspec that identifies a lib, a prefix list that identifies
      multiple libs whose names share a common prefix, or a flag that modifies
      how all the identified libs are loaded. Use :require in the ns macro
      in preference to calling this directly.
    
      Libs
    
      A 'lib' is a named set of resources in classpath whose contents define a
      library of Clojure code. Lib names are symbols and each lib is associated
      with a Clojure namespace and a Java package that share its name. A lib's
      name also locates its root directory within classpath using Java's
      package name to classpath-relative path mapping. All resources in a lib
      should be contained in the directory structure under its root directory.
      All definitions a lib makes should be in its associated namespace.
    
      'require loads a lib by loading its root resource. The root resource path
      is derived from the lib name in the following manner:
      Consider a lib named by the symbol 'x.y.z; it has the root directory
      <classpath>/x/y/, and its root resource is <classpath>/x/y/z.clj, or
      <classpath>/x/y/z.cljc if <classpath>/x/y/z.clj does not exist. The
      root resource should contain code to create the lib's
      namespace (usually by using the ns macro) and load any additional
      lib resources.
    
      Libspecs
    
      A libspec is a lib name or a vector containing a lib name followed by
      options expressed as sequential keywords and arguments.
    
      Recognized options:
      :as takes a symbol as its argument and makes that symbol an alias to the
        lib's namespace in the current namespace.
      :refer takes a list of symbols to refer from the namespace or the :all
        keyword to bring in all public vars.
    
      Prefix Lists
    
      It's common for Clojure code to depend on several libs whose names have
      the same prefix. When specifying libs, prefix lists can be used to reduce
      repetition. A prefix list contains the shared prefix followed by libspecs
      with the shared prefix removed from the lib names. After removing the
      prefix, the names that remain must not contain any periods.
    
      Flags
    
      A flag is a keyword.
      Recognized flags: :reload, :reload-all, :verbose
      :reload forces loading of all the identified libs even if they are
        already loaded
      :reload-all implies :reload and also forces loading of all libs that the
        identified libs directly or indirectly load via require or use
      :verbose triggers printing information about each load, alias, and refer
    
      Example:
    
      The following would load the libraries clojure.zip and clojure.set
      abbreviated as 's'.
    
      (require '(clojure zip [set :as s]))

    rui 0.3.0
    UI components based on Reagent and Re-frame
    cljs-time.format/date-formatters (cljs)SourceDoc + Usages
    **Note: not all formatters have been implemented yet.**
    
      The pattern syntax is mostly compatible with java.text.SimpleDateFormat -
      time zone names cannot be parsed and a few more symbols are supported. All
      ASCII letters are reserved as pattern letters, which are defined as follows:
    
        Symbol  Meaning                      Presentation  Examples
        ------  -------                      ------------  -------
        G       era                          text          AD
        C       century of era (>=0)         number        20
        Y       year of era (>=0)            year          1996
    
        x       weekyear                     year          1996
        w       week of weekyear             number        27
        e       day of week                  number        2
        E       day of week                  text          Tuesday; Tue
    
        y       year                         year          1996
        D       day of year                  number        189
        M       month of year                month         July; Jul; 07
        d       day of month                 number        10
    
        a       halfday of day               text          PM
        K       hour of halfday (0~11)       number        0
        h       clockhour of halfday (1~12)  number        12
    
        H       hour of day (0~23)           number        0
        k       clockhour of day (1~24)      number        24
        m       minute of hour               number        30
        s       second of minute             number        55
        S       fraction of second           number        978
        a       meridiem                     text          am; pm
        A       meridiem                     text          AM; PM
    
        z       time zone                    text          Pacific Standard Time; PST
        Z       time zone offset/id          zone          -0800; -08:00; America/Los_Angeles
    
        '       escape for text              delimiter
        ''      single quote                 literal       '
    
      The count of pattern letters determine the format.
    
      **Text:** If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used;
      otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
    
      **Number:** The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this
      amount.
    
      **Year:** Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled
      specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed
      as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
    
      **Month:** 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
    
      **Zone:** 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a
      colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
    
      **Zone names:** Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
    
      Any characters in the pattern that are not in the ranges of ['a'..'z'] and
      ['A'..'Z'] will be treated as quoted text. For instance, characters like ':',
      '.', ' ', '#' and '?' will appear in the resulting time text even they are
      not embraced within single quotes.