Namespace declarations can be complicated. They manage all of the dependencies of one namespace on another. There are a lot of options. In this course, we go over how to make best use of them.
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This lesson teaches a subset of the namespace declaration to make ns forms that are readable and easily correct.
The `ns` form is for declaring namespaces in files. However, `ns` forms aren’t appropriate for the REPL. This lesson talks about the very few things I use to load namespaces and change namespaces when I’m in the REPL.
Although clojure.test can be used in any namespace, some conventions are widely used by IDEs and other frameworks. We learn those conventions to help us work well with them.