|Subject:||Re: [Chicken-users] new egg: nrepl|
|Date:||Thu, 22 May 2014 10:37:38 +0200|
I like it. I've wanted one of these for ages, but never gotten around toOn 21/05/14 13:26, Kristian Lein-Mathisen wrote:
> I've created a very simple egg that exposes a simple REPL over TCP
> connections. I've called it nrepl. Naming conflicts with Clojure's
> deprecated nrepl hopefully won't be a problem.
> I'm thinking this may be handy enough for debugging that it might be
> part of the official egg index. Have a look here:
writing my own.
Feature request: parameterize what it uses for "eval" so people can
supply special environments, sandbox, sanity-check the sexprs, log them,
etc. with suitable wrapping procedures :-)
TLS support, and an optional "connection authentication" parameterized
procedure to handle a login process (given the tcp socket on
current-input/output-port and able to return #t to continue or #f to
close the connection and abort), would be the next feature request for
use in less trusted environments!
Good work that man,
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