Changes for clojure.core/create-ns

zkim on Sun, 26 Sep 2010
;; Let's create a namespace and check for our result
;; the new namespace will be "my-new-namespace"

;; obviously, it does not exist yet, so looking for it, finds nothing
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace) 
nil

;; let's create it
user=> (create-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>

;; now searching for it again will have a result
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>
zkim on Sun, 26 Sep 2010
;; Let's create a namespace and check for our result
;; the new namespace will be "my-new-namespace"

;; obviously, it does not exist yet, so looking for it, finds nothing
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace) 
nil

;; let's create it
user=> (create-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>

;; now searching for it again will have a result
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>
zkim on Sun, 26 Sep 2010
Let's create a namespace and check for our result
;; the new namespace will be "my-new-namespace"

;; obviously, it does not exist yet, so looking for it, finds nothing
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace) 
nil

;; let's create it
user=> (create-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>

;; now searching for it again will have a result
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>
belun on Sun, 19 Sep 2010
Let's create a namespace and check for our result
; the new namespace will be "my-new-namespace"

; obviously, it does not exist yet, so looking for it, finds nothing
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace) 
nil

; let's create it
user=> (create-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>

; now searching for it again will have a result
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>
belun on Sun, 19 Sep 2010
Let's create a namespace and check for our result

; the new namespace will be "my-new-namespace"

; obviously, it does not exist yet, so looking for it, finds nothing
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace) 
nil

; let's create it
user=> (create-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>

; now search for it again will have a result
user=> (find-ns 'my-new-namespace)
#<Namespace my-new-namespace>