(The only difference compared to nREPL mode is that stderr output in the standalone REPL is not yet highlighted red.)
The original output was: user=> (/ 1 0) #<ArithmeticException java.lang.ArithmeticException: Divide by zero>user=> print-err doesn't print a newline, so use (or print-err print) and print a newline after it.
led to a lack of quotes around strings.) Value-printing in the standalone REPL now matches nREPL mode, where the nREPL remote pr-str's values for us. Add a new option :value-to-string and a corresponding command line option --value-to-string. These can be used in standalone mode to replace pr-str. Clarify --print-value help string.
Output was originally: user=> (/ 1 0) #<ArithmeticException java.lang.ArithmeticException: Divide by zero> user=>