Update 2017-08-19: This post refers to a time when the blog was hosted in WordPress. It isn’t really applicable anymore. But it may provide some guidance to someone who happens to come across it.
Since this blog is mostly about programming, there are a lot of code listings. To make those listings more easily readable, highlighting syntax in the listings is a good thing.
Although the plugin comes with many “brushes” for different languages, the one for Clojure is a bit simplistic. However, Brian Carper has taken the time to create a more sophisticated highlighter for Clojure. He has even supplied a tweaked theme. The theme doesn’t suit my tastes, but it looks good on his site.
Brian’s Clojure brush even seems to work well with Lisp
(defun verbose-sum (x y) "Sum any two numbers after printing a message." (format t "Summing ~d and ~d.~%" x y) (+ x y))
(define product (lambda (ls) (call/cc (lambda (break) (let f ([ls ls]) (cond [(null? ls) 1] [(= (car ls) 0) (break 0)] [else (* (car ls) (f (cdr ls)))]))))))