Brepl is no longer needed, check out the browser repl included with ClojureScript itself :)
The Clojure Script REPL that uses a running browser as its execution context. This lets you run ClojureScript code to drive the browser...
Let the dom appending begin!
- You have to have ClojureScript on your machine and ready to use (you called script/bootstrap)
- You have rlwrap installed (you can technically do without this if you modify ./brepl)
You have to have an environment variable set for CLOJURESCRIPT_HOME, If you don't already have it setup, you can edit ./brepl and uncomment the export line.
lein deps ./brepl
Then just open the included index.html in a browser that supports websockets (only tested in chrome so far). Results are printed to the browser's console, so make sure you have it open.
- ClojureScript doesn't have a (require) function in cljs.core, so I've implemented one for brepl, which I can't guarantee will act the same as (ns some-ns (:require ...)), though I haven't seen any differences.
- Assuming your project follows the standard clj directory structure of proj/src/ns/file.cljs, if you run brepl from the root dir of your project, it will add all of those files to the brepl classpath and load them when you do requires.
- You can now put the brepl dir on your classpath and call brepl from any directory
Copyright (C) 2011 Chris Granger
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.