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06b9a6b4Phil Hagelberg Add makefile which supports compiling to binary. 1 year, 4 months ago


All you have is what you are, and what you give.

A simple nREPL client.

Shevek should work with nREPL servers regardless of what language they are implemented in. You can use it to connect to Clojure servers started by Leiningen but servers for also Fennel or Racket.

It doesn't have fancy features like documentation lookup or completion, as those tend to not be portable.

Because Shevek currently lacks a way to tell when a given piece of input is a complete form or not, there is currently a serious limitation that multi-line input is not supported.


$ ./fennel shevek.fnl $PORT

Or you can compile a binary with make:

$ make STATIC_LUA_LIB=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/liblua5.4.a LUA_INCLUDE_DIR=/usr/include/lua5.4
$ cp shevek ~/bin
$ shevek $PORT

You will need to set STATIC_LUA_LIB and LUA_INCLUDE_DIR appropriately for the versions of Lua you want to compile with; the examples above are for Debian-based systems using Lua 5.4.


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