Is it possible to redefine existing Clojure syntax with macros?

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  • infix

    A Clojure library for expressing LISP expressions as infix rather than prefix notation

    (Such as:

  • tools.macro

    Utilities for macro writers

    This is a pretty naive case, and the context extension is limited to the scope of the macro, rather than changing the rules of clojure itself. There are other libraries like with macrolet and symbol-macrolet that facilitate this style (although I couldn't get them working with if in particular, I think because of clojures protection of special forms).

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  • dataworks

    Hot-swap API endpoints and stream processors using Clojure and Dataworks

    I have an example of doing hacky things like this here. And I have an example of a recursive-replace function here.

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