A big thanks goes out to ClojuristsTogether.org and everyone who
contributed for helping to make this work possible!
This release includes the biggest change that Figwheel has had in
quite a while. After 2 months of work I'm proud to release a version
of Figwheel that has Clojure readline support. Even if you always use
your editor REPL like me, you make want to try the REPL that
launches. You may find that its a handy tool to have around.
You can learn more about rebel-readline at
Don't forget this gets rid of the need for
You can disable the Rebel readline by adding
:readline false to your
This release requires that you use
[org.clojure/clojurescript "1.9.946"] at least.
This release also, adds automatic support for projects that use
Code Splitting. You
should now be able to use code splitting and have Figwheel "just work".
- Figwheel is now using cljs
:preloadsfor figwheel client injection