labrepl for Clojure
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What is it?
Labrepl is an environment for exploring the Clojure language. It includes:
- a web application that presents a set of lab exercises with step-by-step instructions
- an interactive repl for working with the lab exercises, both on the command line and in the browser
- solutions with passing tests
- up-to-date versions of Clojure and a bunch of other libraries to explore
See the Wiki for getting started with NetBeans/Enclojure, Eclipse/Counterclockwise, Maven, Mac/Linux command line, Windows command line, IDEA/La Clojure, and Emacs.
Setup instructions for most popular editors/IDEs can be found on the wiki
When your environment is ready, you can run the web application as follows:
lein cljsbuild once lein run
Running the Tests
Thanks for contributions and reviews from
- Aaron Bedra
- Mike Clark
- Daniel Solano Gómez
- Rich Hickey
- Shawn Hoover
- Larry Karnowski
- Michael Kohl
- Jess Martin
- Alex Ott
- Laurent Petit
- Seth Schroeder
- Matthew Wizeman