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)
Edit ./brepl to set your CLOJURESCRIPT_HOME, which is just the dir that ClojureScript in it.
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.
Copyright (C) 2011 Chris Granger
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.