Herpderp is a logic-based monitoring and testing framework. It leverages Clojure's core.logic to enable reasoning about the temporal behavior and control-flow of your software. The aim is to have a general-purpose reasoner in which one can specify conditions that should always hold while your program is executing, as well as an array of client-libraries to feed this reasoner with data, either in batch-mode via logs, or as messages to a running server.
Herpderp still is in prototyping. I am working out the temporal logic, as well as the general workflow.
Next it would be interesting whether one could integrate herpderp into a debugging-server setup, this should be rather easy for node.js using the V8 debugging protocoll, get further info from the wiki and the node-inspector source.
I am building this partially to gain experience with the core.logic framework. I come more from a Prolog-background, hence I'm unfamiliar with many of the appropriate Clojure core.logic, or even Lisp idioms. Friendly pointers are much appreciated!
Copyright (C) 2012 Gabriel F. Pickard
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