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@denik: There isn’t at the moment, no. In general, I’d like to be able to do several things here: eval and replace original text, eval and copy to clipboard etc, but you end up with a combinatorial explosion of different actions since you’re also evaling top form, previous form etc.


Vim’s editing style works much better here: I’d like to select this text and do that to it.


I’m still not sure what to do here. Perhaps another command to copy the last result to the selection, so you could eval and then copy result to clipboard?


@joshg: Once you have that option set, you have to reformat - just correcting indentation doesn’t help since that only adjusts the initial line indent.


I’m going to add a “Reformat current top level form” action for this sort of thing, and I’m toying with the idea of auto-formatting after a second’s delay, or something similar.


@cfleming: thank you for the response


@cfleming I'd be okay with a check box to always copy eval results to my clipboard. Then I can search through results using Alfred. REPL history on the OS level would be very useful for me.


Even further, and I know this is getting specific, I'd like send stuff to the REPL from Alfred


The Alfred slack workflow inspired that line of thinking