This module builds on top of the shared Lisp Base module.
This module bundles
clojure-mode, a major mode for programming in Clojure,
and some sensible defaults for it.
This module also bundles CIDER, a popular interactive programming environment for Clojure.
Intentionally, Prelude doesn't install by default popular CIDER plugins like
sayid, etc, as those can be overwhelming to newcomers and
are easy to setup if you need them.
Depending on your preferences you might want to use
alongside/instead of CIDER, but you'll have to set them up yourselves.
I'm the author of CIDER and
inf-clojure and the primary maintainer of
clojure-mode. I'm also a co-maintainer of
clj-refactor. I guess I love Clojure! :-)