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@ingvij: 0.1 sounds great. The nrepl has a lot of moving parts. Until recently even tools like figwheel didn't handle message id's properly. Sessions are another part to make sure that function. Feel free to pester me with any questions! I haven't released a version to pypi, as my solution is to include the library via git submodule.


I do this mostly for convenience. Ideally it would be simple to have a portable virtual env. This isn't real life though. The way I handle it is easy for the user I figure. Especially when it comes to upgrades, as I can update the submodule on their behalf.


@dominicm makes sense.. Im making some tests with pythons asyncio and will probably require nrepl-python-client to support async for syntax from python 3.5+. This sounds like a sane strategy.