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Clojure REPL


This is a Clojure REPL for your Android device that supports version 1.4.0 of the language.

Also included is a VimClojure server, which enables integration with an editor via the Nailgun protocol.

Please send feedback and ideas for further development.

Recent changes:
1.0beta4:
• Fixed post-splash screen crash

1.0beta3:
• Upgrade to Clojure 1.4.0
• Upgrade to VimClojure 2.3.3
• Allow installation on devices without a touchscreen.
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File size
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About Clojure REPL
This is a Clojure REPL for your Android device that supports version 1.4.0 of the language.

Also included is a VimClojure server, which enables integration with an editor via the Nailgun protocol.

Please send feedback and ideas for further development.

Recent changes:
1.0beta4:
• Fixed post-splash screen crash

1.0beta3:
• Upgrade to Clojure 1.4.0
• Upgrade to VimClojure 2.3.3
• Allow installation on devices without a touchscreen.

User reviews of Clojure REPL
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A Google User
Sep 20, 2014
Crashes immediately after splash screen.
A Google User
Sep 3, 2014
Crashes At startup on a Nexus 5 with ART enabled, at least
A Google User
Aug 4, 2014
Very convenient! Very nice for checking the occasional algorithm while reading a book about the language. I do wish that it had instructions (or at least a link) on how to hook up the VimClojure server to an editor though. I assume that it's not overly difficult, but we are sort of left to guess or research for ourselves... Would also be nice to see it updated to a newer version of the language. Thanks for the good work though.
A Google User
Jul 30, 2014
I'm impressed with what it handles! I am wanting to use spare moments in my day to get exposure to Clojure. I don't want to rush it; not competing against time. I just want to test my understanding of small, example-sized expressions whenever it happens to be convenient for me. Gotta admit, it's working really well so far. I'm really pleased! Many thanks!!
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
Best language