So I'm looking for good Clojure editors/IDEs, and naturally Jetbrains is my first choice (love PyCharm and TeamCity). They don't seem to have a suitable editor, so I go with Sublime. After further research, IntelliJ appears to have some support for Clojure: — available via a free plugin, as they say.
I also try to install the Leiningen plugin, but it doesn't work with the current version of IntelliJ, and:
"This project is no longer actively maintained by me. If you’re looking for a Clojure development environment based on IntelliJ and with Leiningen support, check out Cursive."
Further, the "free plugin" is La Clojure, which:
"The project is closed because of Cursive Clojure, which is more stable and feature-rich and it was originally based on La Clojure sources. The last update is available for IntelliJ IDEA 14."
Cursive appears to be a separate commercial IDE on top of IntelliJ - not that it's even available currently. I'm not really interested in buying IntelliJ and Cursive.
Then, there's the fact that the latest post in this forum is one year ago. (Well, English-language post anyway - there's a post by Mykey123sdfsdfsdf that I suspect isn't adding much to the discussion...
So is IntelliJ really a good choice for Clojure development? (Given that I want to have as little to do with Java as possible...)