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are there any especially difficult obstacles for implementing an nrepl middleware for clojure-clr, perhaps providing something like what piggieback provides for clojurescript?


@vxe It’s mostly lack of interest and time. It’s doable, but given the fact that few people use CLR it’s not something high up on our to-do list. It also can’t be done the same way as it’s done for Piggieback, as you can’t drive the evaluation from a JVM, the same way you can do it for ClojureScript.


It would be most feasible to have a separate nREPL implementation for CLR or to use reader conditionals in the current implementation to support CLR.


However, this would add some complexity for a marginal gain. According to the State of Clojure survey almost no one uses ClojureCLR…


noted, thx