The announcement was posted on the Clojure mailing list:
We are pleased to announce today the release of Clojure 1.3:
For maven/leiningen users, your settings are now:
:dependencies [[org.clojure/clojure “1.3.0”]]
This release includes many significant features and performance enhancements, documented here:
In this post we’ll demonstrate the mechanics of using ClojureScript with Node.js and see some programs written with this stack. The information here should provide a good starting point for you to explore using ClojureScript and Node.js in your own applications.
The code for the programs described below is available on Github.
More background info:
> Lacij is a graph visualization library written in Clojure. It allows the display and the dynamic modification of graphs as SVG documents that can be viewed with a Web browser or with a Swing component. Undo/redo is supported for the dynamic modification. Automatic layout is provided for the visualization.
• Uses Tikkba, library for the creation and the dynamic modification of SVG
• Tikkba uses Apache Batik
• Tikkba uses the SVG DSL of the Analemma library