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Been looking at this (in pharo): Anything analogous? Not sure if REBL lets you play with things this way for example?

Adrian Smith17:01:50

I think the problem is or may be that this kind of thing would struggle to exist outside of one or more of the main editors, there's too much existing value in them, it would have to be plugin implemented or similar, be sure to check other videos in that playlist


ah, it's a smalltalk...


REBL is closed source and seems pretty much abandoned , reveal seems an interesting open source alternative


Not looked at reveal, will take a look, thanks @dev964 😃


@mccraigmccraig yes, sorry if that wasn't clear 😃


it looked like a smalltalk, but i had to dig through the website to find the link to pharo


@folcon I love Reveal. I show it off in my RDD talks (for London Clojurians recently and Clojure Provo last month).


I have a customized view for it in my dot-clojure repo (in the dev.clj script) -- it provides auto-table view for each value tap>'d into the JVM, a bit like REBL shows metadata and data in tables by default.


@folcon Yup, that's the one.


One of the things I do regularly but I don't think I showed in that talk was viewing Java docs and inline in Reveal so I don't need to swap to a browser when looking up documentation.


Hmm, that's handy 😃


Haven't had a chance to watch the talk yet, will try and get through it over the next day or two


Feel free to @-me (or DM me) if you have questions about anything in the talk...


# REPL Driven Development, Clojure's Superpower (by Sean Corfield) ## Questions - Some of these are just stuff you mentioned in the talk, but I thought that I'd just ask =)... ### 1) Tips for extending datafy / nav to raw java stuff, I've been working with java libs a lot and being able to easily unpack what they are would be great! ### 2) Do you have an example anywhere of how your mono-repo deps setup works? The master deps file stuff sounds really interesting.


I don't have anything to point you at for 2) -- it's something I should blog about in depth (at some point). For 1) I would point you initially at next.jdbc.datafy which extends datafy/`nav` to various JDBC-related Java types.


Thanks, I'll have a look at it 😃


Thanks 😃