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A Language Server for Clojure(script). Taking a Cursive-like approach of statically analyzing code.

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The goal of this project is to bring great editing tools for Clojure/Clojurescript to all editors. It aims to work alongside you to help you navigate, identify and fix errors, perform refactors and much more!

You will get:

  • Autocomplete
  • Jump to definition
  • Find references
  • Renaming
  • Code actions
  • Errors
  • Automatic ns management
  • Refactorings
  • Code lens
  • Semantic tokens (syntax highlighting)
  • Call hierarchy

For all available documentation, check the official website.

Also, clojure-lsp doesn't need to run in a editor, for more information check the API documentation section.


Contributions to clojure-lsp are very welcome! You can open an issue or a PR and we'd love to help.

Support the project

clojure-lsp has more than 12.000 lines of code, to keep all of this working, we need to help the community on a lot of issues and implement new features. As a LSP server, this project is the base for Clojure clients like Emacs(lsp-mode), VSCode(Calva), vim and other editors.

You can help us keep going and improving it by supporting the project

:rocket: Thank you to Clojurists Together which is sponsoring this project during Q3 2021 :rocket:

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Special thanks to Eccentric-J for the clojure-lsp logo

Can you improve this documentation? These fine people already did:
Eric Dallo, case, Dave Yarwood, Case Nelson, dcfrankel, Brandon Ringe, dan sutton, Rintaro Okamura, Benedek Fazekas, Devin Walters, Ben Lovell, Niclas Nilsson, Aleš Najmann, Torgeir Thoresen, Søren Sjørup, Ag Ibragimov & David Harrigan
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