It has excellent tutorial too. Clear, to the point.
- No juvenile unix humor.
- No puerile perl drivel. 〔➤ Perl Documentation: the Key to Perl〕
- No verbosity as GNU documentation, ⁖ emacs manual 〔➤ Problems of Emacs's Manual〕
- No academic mumbo-jumbo, a la Haskell's documentation. 〔➤ Idiocy of Computer Language Docs: Unix, Python, Perl, Haskell〕
so far i've seen, clojure community's doc is top-notch. The official documentation is excellent. The lib/build manager Leiningen's documentation is excellent. 〔➤ Clojure Leiningen Tutorial〕And now the instaparse documentation is excellent.
it appears, a language's community pretty much follows the style of its leader. In this case, it's Rich Hickey. You can see Hickey's writings, his documentation style, in several essays titled “Reference Documentation” at http://clojure.org/documentation. They are, concise, to the point.
meanwhile, python's documentation are pretentious garbage, following Guido's style. Here's a typical one: Python, Lambda, Guido: is Language Design Just Solving Puzzles?.
and perl's drivels are derived from Larry Wall's drivel. Here's a sample: Perl Documentation: the Key to Perl
for much more, see programing doc idiocies collection