All development is taking place on GitHub. You can see active development by checking the open pull requests—even my own work is done in running pull requests, to ease review before merge and ensure that I don't destabilise master.
Here's how to get started quickly:
$ git clone git://github.com/rouge-lang/rouge Cloning into 'rouge'... […] $ cd rouge $ bin/rouge user=> (+ 1 2 3) 6 user=> RUBY_VERSION "1.9.3" user=> (var RUBY_VERSION) #'ruby/RUBY_VERSION user=> (require "irb") true user=> (.start IRB) 1.9.3p194 :001 >
Here's a small example of using Ruby's Mechanize library in Rouge.
The combination of Ruby interop forms and Clojure macros can be seen, as well as how we call a Ruby function with a "block".
(ns test (:require mechanize) (:use rouge.core ruby)) (def agent (Mechanize.)) (def page (.get agent "http://github.com")) (.each (.links page) | [link] (puts (.text link))) (def page (-> (.links page) (.find | [l] (= (.text l) "Explore GitHub")) (.click))) (puts (.inspect page))