A Pretty Printer for Clojure clojure.pprint implements a flexible system for printing structured data in a pleasing, easy-to-understand format. Basic use of the pretty printer is simple, just call pprint instead of println. More advanced users can use the building blocks provided to create custom output formats. Out of the box, pprint supports a simple structured format for basic data and a specialized format for Clojure source code. More advanced formats, including formats that don't look like Clojure data at all like XML and JSON, can be rendered by creating custom dispatch functions. In addition to the pprint function, this module contains cl-format, a text formatting function which is fully compatible with the format function in Common Lisp. Because pretty printing directives are directly integrated with cl-format, it supports very concise custom dispatch. It also provides a more powerful alternative to Clojure's standard format function. See documentation for pprint and cl-format for more information or complete documentation on the the clojure web site on github.
Pretty printing utility, really nice for looking at larger-ish data structures. See pprint.