Fix repository clone uri in the readme
Add :z suffix to volume for sharing on SELinux
A pre-built binary for cljfmt-runner, created with GraalVM.
Download the latest binary from the releases page.
Make the binary executable.
$ chmod +x cljfmt
Move the downloaded binary to a directory that's on your path, e.g.
Check the formatting of some Clojure code.
$ pwd ~/projects/hello $ cljfmt --check Checked 6 file(s) 1 file(s) were incorrectly formatted --- a/src/clj/hello/core.clj +++ b/src/clj/hello/core.clj @@ -5,5 +5,5 @@ (str "Hello, " text "?")) (defn -main - ( (println (say-hello "world"))) + ( (println (say-hello "world"))) ([text] (println (say-hello text))))
Fix the formatting errors.
$ cljfmt --fix Checked 6 file(s) Fixing 1 file(s)
It is also possible to include additional directories for checking:
$ cljfmt --check -- -d dev
There's a lot of nice Clojure tooling for developers, such as
cljfmt, which formats Clojure code idiomatically. These tools are typically run via
lein) and can therefore take seconds to complete. This is because the Clojure code needs to be compiled to Java bytecode which is then executed in a Java virtual machine.
This isn't a huge problem if you are only running
cljfmt once or twice. However, if you are going to run
cljfmt frequently, such as in a pre-commit hook, then execution time becomes really important.
This project uses the following to create native binaries:
Clone this repository.
$ git clone https://git.sr.ht/~eightytwo/cljfmt-runner-graalvm
Change to the project directory.
$ cd cljfmt-runner-graalvm
Build the Docker image.
$ docker-compose build Building graalvm-builder Step 1/7 : FROM oracle/graalvm-cd:20.1.0 ... Successfully tagged clj-native-graalvm-builder:1.0
Build a native binary of
$ docker-compose run --rm graalvm-builder
The native binary will be placed in the project directory and will be called
cljfmt. Feel free to move this to a directory on your path so you can easily format Clojure code.
You might have noticed the binary size is almost 30MB! Using the Ultimate Packer for eXecutables (UPX) you can drastically reduce the size.
Download the latest release of UPX.
Run UPX on the
$ ./upx cljfmt Ultimate Packer for eXecutables Copyright (C) 1996 - 2020 UPX 3.96 Markus Oberhumer, Laszlo Molnar & John Reiser Jan 23rd 2020 File size Ratio Format Name -------------------- ------ ----------- ----------- 30211888 -> 7122948 23.58% linux/amd64 cljfmt Packed 1 file.
The packed binary is now 7MB. That's still large, but a 75% reduction in size is certainly a nice improvement!
cljfmt: a great tool for developers that helps avoid formatting discussions on pull requests. This project was also a great resource for learning how to deal with command line arguments in Clojure.
cljfmt-runner: making it possible to use
clj.native-image: providing functionality to build GraalVM native images with Clojure Deps and CLI tools. This was also a valuable resource for learning about GraalVM's reflection config which was necessary to resolve a build error. Coincidentally, this discussion was related to a fork of cljfmt-runner for building a native executable.
UPX project: making it possible to not have to lug around a 30MB executable.