Standalone Leiningen packages and use in environments w/o Internet
- Michael Klishin
- 2014-06-04 @ 12:56
I'd like to start a discussion about how Leiningen is distributed.
I need to "embed" Leiningen in a closed-source tool (as something callable from
the command line, not a Clojure library) which may be used on networks
that have restricted Internet access.
For that, I've been using  for some time. Unfortunately, that's not completely
standalone: some nREPL (I think) dependencies need to be downloaded separately.
In addition, I feel like this is a hacky solution. Is there any interest
standalone Leiningen releases (that still require a JVM to be available,
can be unpacked and used even w/o Internet access).