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Clojars Project


A Clojure and ClojureScript library that uses tools.reader to parse clojure code into maps that describe each token. The results come in one large map that organizes them by line number. Example use:

(code->tags "(+ 1 1)")
; => {1 [{:begin? true, :column 1, :value (+ [1] [1]), :indent 0, :top-level? true, :skip-indent? true} {:delimiter? true, :column 1} {:end? true, :column 2, :next-line-indent 3, :indent 3} {:begin? true, :column 2, :value +, :indent 3, :top-level? false} {:end? true, :column 3} {:begin? true, :column 4, :value 1, :indent 3, :top-level? false} {:end? true, :column 5} {:begin? true, :column 6, :value 1, :indent 5, :top-level? false} {:end? true, :column 7} {:delimiter? true, :column 7} {:end? true, :column 8, :next-line-indent 0} {:end? true, :column 8}]}


You can include this library in your project dependencies using the version number in the badge above.

To experiment with this library in a REPL, you can use the Clojure CLI tool. In this directory, run clj to start a Clojure REPL, or clj -A:dev -m cljs.repl.node to start a ClojureScript REPL. When the REPL is up, enter the main namespace with (require 'tag-soup.core) (in-ns 'tag-soup.core).


All files that originate from this project are dedicated to the public domain. I would love pull requests, and will assume that they are also dedicated to the public domain.

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