In the spring of 2018 Chas decided to hand over the development of
nREPL (and key middleware like
drawbridge) to the
team behind CIDER and the efforts to build awesome Clojure dev tools
powered by editor-independent nREPL middleware (e.g.
refactor-nrepl). Important milestones achieved afterwards were the
release of the transitional release nREPL 0.3, which simply changed
the deployment coordinates to
nrepl/nrepl, but is otherwise
tools.nrepl 0.2.3, and the subsequent release of nREPL
0.4 which switched the namespaces of the project to
started delivering on the promise to fix long-standing problems.
We’re really excited to advance nREPL
forward and to build many sweet REPLs on top of it!
Looking forward to seeing you around! We need all the help we can get!
Bozhidar (a.k.a. Bug)