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We could specify a structured format and a wire protocol for printing/expanding Clojure data structures in a similar way how cljs-devtools work for ClojureScript.
cljs-devtools could then connect to a backend library via websocket and act as a rich logging console for Clojure projects. With support from Dirac DevTools we could turn Chrome's DevTools into a nice REPL + logger for Clojure (not only for ClojureScript).
See this interesting development in shadow-cljs land: https://clojureverse.org/t/introducing-shadow-cljs-inspect/5012