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Jakub Holý

$315 USD since Mar 2019

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Norman Richards

$250 USD since Dec 2021

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Terje Sten Bjerkseth

$145 USD since Dec 2021

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Robert Medeiros

$97 USD since May 2019

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Hun Jae Lee

$30 USD since May 2019

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Newton Ogden

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Alessandro Mecca

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Krisztián Szabó

$15 USD since Apr 2019

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dmitryn

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K.A. ter brugge

$5 USD since May 2019

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Michael

$5 USD since Dec 2019

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Triplebyte

$20 USD since Apr 2019

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adgoji

$15 USD since May 2019

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Salesforce

$5 USD since Dec 2019

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$693.21 USD

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$740.81 USD

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nREPL 0.7

nREPL 0.7 is out! You can read more about it here.Thanks for your support!
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Published on March 31, 2020 by Bozhidar Batsov

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nREPL is a Clojure network REPL that provides a REPL server and client, along with some common APIs of use to IDEs and other tools that may need to evaluate Clojure code in remote environments.

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