Sunday, 3 February 2013

REPL GUI for Clojure-CLR (C# port of Lisp’s Clojure)

Here is a script/tool I wrote a while back (when I wanted to see what Lisp was all about), where I created a REPL Gui based on the amazing Clojure-clr project (which is CLR port of Clojure)

You can download this O2 Platform tool from: Util - Clojure-clr REPL (Lisp) v.2.0.exe

This is a 9Mb standalone exe (only requirement is the .NET Framework 4.0 running on a Windows box):

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which looks like this when executed:

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As with all the other O2 Platform based REPLs, this is a real time execution and compilation environment:

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Since you (like me) are most likely new to LISP, I included in this tool a Samples drop-down menu containing a number of LISP code snippets:

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Note: these code examples were based on the great http://tryclj.com/ online tutorial:

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For reference, here are the LISP Code Snippets  in action:

Tutorial
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Arithmetic
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Division
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Multiple sums
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Our first function
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An anonymous function
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Named function
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A map
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