Changes for clojure.core/load-file

Jeff Terrell on Mon, 13 Aug 2012
;; Very useful from a REPL
;; Paths are specified as strings using canonical file path notation 
;; (rather than clojure-style namespaces dependent on the JVM classpath).
;; The working directory is set to wherever you invoked the JVM from, 
;; likely the project root.

(load-file "src/mylib/core.clj")

;; now you can go and evaluate vars defined in that file.
shawnmorel on Fri, 11 Feb 2011
;; Very useful from a REPL
;; Paths are specified as strings using canonical file path notation 
;; (rather than clojure-style namespaces dependent on the JVM classpath).
;; The working directory is set to wherever you invoked the JVM from, 
;; likely the project root.

(load-file "src/mylib/core.clj")

;; now you can go and evalutate vars defined in that file.
gstamp on Tue, 05 Oct 2010
;; Very useful from a REPL

(load-file "<the file you're editing>")

;; now you can go and evalutate vars defined in that file.