Clojure Extension
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Overview

Adds an option to the context menu which allows you to eval selected Clojure code.

Like Clojure and often read blogs about it? Often have to start up a REPL and copy&paste a snippet just to see how will it evaluate? Worry no more! Install this Chrome extension and you will have another option in your browser's context menu - Eval as Clojure. Select a piece of Clojure code, right click it and choose this option and you will instantly get a notification with evaluation results. Look at the screenshot to see how it works or install this extension and try it out yourself! Change log: Version 0.6 2012-01-08 -Added support for evaluation of multiple Clojure forms (including defs) in a single request. -Added extension options page. Users can now choose between desktop notifications and plain old alerts.

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Guillermo IthierJan 5, 2017

Great for testing your code on the browser!

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Mayank JainMay 25, 2013

Really sweet!

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fewfewfew fewefwfweJan 9, 2012

thx for opensource :)

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  • Version
    0.8
  • Updated
    November 21, 2016
  • Offered by
    Big Solutions
  • Size
    118KiB
  • Languages
    English
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