Use nRepl?

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Would it be possible to weave into the nRepl tool instead of hand-integrating a VimClojure NGServer instance?

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  1. Meikel Brandmeyer repo owner

    As you might have noticed, there is already a nRepl branch in the repo. However development in that direction stalled due to time limitations on my side. The main reason is - as usual - Windows. I'm looking for a feasible way to get a small, fast client which also works on Windows without further dependencies.

    I recently revived my investigations in this direction. I'm looking currently into Haskell and Factor. Both provide self-contained environments for Windows which are able to build native executables. The OCaml client for jark would also be an interesting point, but OCaml does not come with said self-contained environment. You still have to mess around with MingW and/or MSYS.

  2. Meikel Brandmeyer repo owner

    A short update: the nREPL client is ready. It needs only some polishing. But it works on MacOS X and Windows. I haven't tested Linux, but that work just as well when it works on Mac.

    Now the backend needs some rework to adapt things to nREPL.

    You find the changes in the nrepl branch.

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