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- Connection, disconnection and eval state in repl work OK now

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+TODO: indenting in editor
+
+Workflow:
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+Project (or just a file). Can load whole project or just a file into a lisp runtime (swank).
+Can use new already started runtimes. With each runtime we have associated repl (console).
+
+
+Next step: connect swank to console.
+How?
+
+For now assume no errors. Simplest hook up:
+type at prompt, when hit, check if complete expression and send it to lisp,
+wait for lisp to respond and show response. after that can get into edit mode again.
+
+How to start? connect to lisp on first command
+
+so create view with console ... call view: repl view
+
+Continue working on repl and slowly cleanup swankinterface to contain only
+necessary commands. In the end create iswank. 
+
+Also to make things modular: we can have many different replviewer types,
+all of them are viewers that provide access to its iswan.
+
+So modules are:
+
+AbstractReplViewer uses: ISwank
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+ReplView prints 
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