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Leiningen Managed Dependencies issue: problem resolving following dependencies: [org.clojure/clojure

 
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Newbie here.



I am on Eclipse Luna I installed CounterClockwise for clojure.

On my first project that got automatically created I see a project.clj



and I get an error

Leiningen Managed Dependencies issue: problem resolving following dependencies: [org.clojure/clojure "1.6.0"]

How to resolve this?
 
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Hi Akhilesh,

The most likely reason is that CCW could not download Clojure due to network issues - were you connected to the 'net when you tried this? Do you have a firewall or network proxy that might be preventing downloads?

Can you manually create a new project with Leiningen directly at the command line and try to get that running? You'd see more detailed error messages that way.

You probably also want to join the CCW mailing list and ask there if you're still stuck (I don't know how many CCW users are on the Ranch and I haven't used CCW for years so I'm no longer familiar with how it works or how to debug it - I switched to Emacs and then to LightTable).
 
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Thanks Sean!

Sean Corfield wrote:
Can you manually create a new project with Leiningen directly at the command line and try to get that running? You'd see more detailed error messages that way.



How to do that?

Sean Corfield wrote:
You probably also want to join the CCW mailing list and ask there if you're still stuck



Where can I find that?
 
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You'll need to install Leiningen - see http://leiningen.org - and read the docs. If you're doing Clojure it's really useful to have that anyway and get used to the command line.

As for the CCW mailing list, I assume there will be a link to it on the CCW site. I haven't used it for years so I don't remember and would have to Google it anyway.
 
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