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nrepl.bencode

A netstring and bencode implementation for Clojure.

A netstring and bencode implementation for Clojure.

nrepl.cmdline

A proof-of-concept command-line client for nREPL. Please see e.g. REPL-y for a proper command-line nREPL client @ https://github.com/trptcolin/reply/

A proof-of-concept command-line client for nREPL.  Please see
e.g. REPL-y for a proper command-line nREPL client @
https://github.com/trptcolin/reply/

nrepl.config

Server configuration utilities. Some server options can be configured via configuration files (local or global). This namespace provides convenient API to work with them.

The config resolution algorithm is the following: The global config file .nrepl/nrepl.edn is merged with any local config file (.nrepl.edn) if present. The values in the local config file take precedence.

Server configuration utilities.
Some server options can be configured via configuration
files (local or global).  This namespace provides
convenient API to work with them.

The config resolution algorithm is the following:
The global config file .nrepl/nrepl.edn is merged with
any local config file (.nrepl.edn) if present.
The values in the local config file take precedence.

nrepl.middleware.caught

Support for a hook for conveying errors interactively, akin to the :caught option of clojure.main/repl. See the docstring of wrap-caught and the Evaluation Errors section of the Middleware documentation for more information.

Support for a hook for conveying errors interactively, akin to the `:caught`
option of `clojure.main/repl`. See the docstring of `wrap-caught` and the
Evaluation Errors section of the Middleware documentation for more
information.

nrepl.middleware.completion

Code completion middleware.

The middleware is a simple wrapper around the functionality in nrepl.completion. Its API is inspired by cider-nrepl's "complete" middleware.

The middleware can be configured to use a different completion function via a dynamic variable or a request parameter.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and the API is subject to changes.

Code completion middleware.

The middleware is a simple wrapper around the
functionality in `nrepl.completion`. Its
API is inspired by cider-nrepl's "complete" middleware.

The middleware can be configured to use a different completion
function via a dynamic variable or a request parameter.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and
the API is subject to changes.

nrepl.middleware.dynamic-loader

Support the ability to interactively update the middleware of the running nREPL server. This can be used by tools to configure an existing instance of an environment after connection.

It can also be used to load extra namespaces, in addition to the ones that new middleware are defined in, to handle existing middleware that performs deferred loading.

When combined with the sideloader, this could be used to inject middleware that are unknown to the server prior to connection.

Support the ability to interactively update the middleware of the *running*
nREPL server. This can be used by tools to configure an existing instance of
an environment after connection.

It can also be used to load extra namespaces, in addition to the ones that new
middleware are defined in, to handle existing middleware that performs
deferred loading.

When combined with the sideloader, this could be used to inject middleware
that are unknown to the server prior to connection.

nrepl.middleware.interruptible-eval

Supports the ability to evaluation code. The name of the middleware is slightly misleading, as interrupt is currently supported at a session level but the name is retained for backwards compatibility.

Supports the ability to evaluation code. The name of the middleware is
slightly misleading, as interrupt is currently supported at a session level
but the name is retained for backwards compatibility.

nrepl.middleware.lookup

Symbol info lookup middleware.

It's meant to provide you with useful data like definition location, parameter lists, etc.

The middleware can be configured to use a different lookup function via a dynamic variable or a request parameter.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and the API is subject to changes.

Symbol info lookup middleware.

It's meant to provide you with useful data like definition location,
parameter lists, etc.

The middleware can be configured to use a different lookup
function via a dynamic variable or a request parameter.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and
the API is subject to changes.

nrepl.middleware.print

Support for configurable printing. See the docstring of wrap-print and the Pretty Printing section of the Middleware documentation for more information.

Support for configurable printing. See the docstring of `wrap-print` and the
Pretty Printing section of the Middleware documentation for more information.

nrepl.middleware.session

Support for persistent, cross-connection REPL sessions.

Support for persistent, cross-connection REPL sessions.

nrepl.middleware.sideloader

Support the ability to interactively load resources (including Clojure source files) and classes from the client. This can be used to add dependencies to the nREPL environment after initial startup.

Support the ability to interactively load resources (including Clojure source
files) and classes from the client. This can be used to add dependencies to
the nREPL environment after initial startup.

nrepl.misc

Misc utilities used in nREPL's implementation (potentially also useful for anyone extending it).

Misc utilities used in nREPL's implementation (potentially also
useful for anyone extending it).

nrepl.util.lookup

Symbol info lookup.

It's meant to provide you with useful data like definition location, parameter lists, etc.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and the API is subject to changes.

Symbol info lookup.

It's meant to provide you with useful data like definition location,
parameter lists, etc.

NOTE: The functionality here is experimental and
the API is subject to changes.

nrepl.util.print

Pretty-print related utilities. All functions here are simple wrappers compatible with the expectations of nrepl.middleware.print/wrap-print.

Pretty-print related utilities.
All functions here are simple wrappers compatible with the expectations of
nrepl.middleware.print/wrap-print.

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