Run a ClojureScript REPL within Microsoft Excel.
This is a bootstrapped ClojureScript as shown on http://clojurescript.io/ running within an Office Add-in, which is essentially a browser running within Microsoft Excel. Using Office.js and some JS->CLJS->JS code you can then interact with the Excel document from ClojureScript.
How to install locally
If you just want to try it out I'd recommend following the steps as shown on https://www.cljs4excel.com. When you have that up and running the steps to run with all local files would be these:
1: Build the project with:
lein cljsbuild once lein resource
2: Take the manifest file in target/cljs4excel.xml and change the SourceLocation so that it points to a URL you're in control of.
3: Take the files and folders in the target folder and place them at the location of the URL you selected. There's no need to use https for this URL, and using localhost is also fine.
Note that the manifest XML must always be placed on some network share for Excel to accept it. However, this network share can simply be a shared folder locally, as long as you stick to UNC paths (for example: \\WIN-AABBCCDDEE\Share\cljs4excel.xml). No need for any advanced external file server. It's also technically possible to have the SourceLocation pointing to a network share instead of a web server URL, but I've had issues making that work.
To add the XML manifest from a shared location in Excel, please see below link:
Consider this as beta software at the moment. There are plenty of things I'd like to improve, so I'll put up a list of things we can work on soon.
- Simple proof of concept
- Changed to a proper leiningen project
- Use replumb for REPL
- Added scratchpad editor, open it with (show-sp) in REPL
- Included replumb work-around for (require ..)
- Added (boot ..) function, used to eval content within sheet document
- Added "debug" REPL for running in browser outside Excel (repl-debug.html)
- Added some flexibility on how get-binding-data, get-binding-details, set-binding-data! operate on arguments
- Added a fill-binding-data! function that takes any sequence and fills it into the shape of a binding.
Prepackaged cljs4excel: https://www.cljs4excel.com/.
Office Add-ins: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj220060.aspx.
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