Stateful functions for use in the
ohua macro are being brought into scope with a macro called
ohua-require macro scans the classpath for the specified functions, loads them and makes them available for use with
ohua in the namespace in which it was called.
It supports qualified and unqualified imports as well as aliasing for both namespaces/packages and functions.
Importing stateful functions like this makes them available only for use in the
They will not be available via the standard clojure symbol resolution.
If you must resolve the functions yourself use
The syntax for
ohua-require is intentionally similar to
(ohua-require [my.package] [my.package :as package] [my.package :refer [function]] [my.package :refer :all])
The macro takes a lists or vectors as input.
The first element of each is the name of a package/namespace which should be imported.
Functions from the package are then available qualified as
Optionally you may alias the package using the
:as keyword and providing a new name to bind the package to.
And lastly you may use
:refer to specify functions which should be imported such that they may be used unqualified.
:refer :all makes all functions from the package available as unqualified imports.
These are the only
require semantics which are currently implemented.