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Light Table is a new kind of IDE - a reactive work surface for the creation and exploration of our programs.
Light Table is a new kind of IDE - a reactive work surface for the creation and exploration of our programs.
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    1. Kittie U Benjamin Chi on August 13, 2012

      How do we provide feedbacks/bugs?

      I created a lein project with the following codes in the core.clj, and connect to the project:

      (ns test.core)
      (defn x[a]
      (defn y[b]
      (+ a b)))

      When I run this on the light table, the result is incorrect, and it seems to change over time, sometime it's correct:

      (use 'test.core)
      ((x 1) 5)

      the result => 651, and sometimes it'll output some number on the next line... e.g. 51

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      Antizzy Notkizzy on July 30, 2012

      OK, I'm super confused. Is there any way I can use this with javascript?

    3. Stijn Peeters on July 11, 2012

      Never mind, it works. Apparantly I made profiles.clj.txt, but Windows was hidding the .txt grrr
      great work!

    4. Stijn Peeters on July 11, 2012

      Update worked on windows, but i'm confused about how to setup the leiningen plugin on Windows. I use the leiningen batch file and can create a project, but no matter how hard I look, I don't see a way to activate the lein-light plugin. I've added it to my profiles.clj the plugin has downloaded in the m2 folder. But how do I start the light plugin, lein light doesn't work --> unknown Task, Any ideas on how connect to a project in Windows.

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      Dieter Schön on July 11, 2012

      i am working on windows.
      update did not work, i had to clean $HOME/.lighttable
      chrome and firefox catch the Ctrl-L.

    6. Vincent Touquet on July 10, 2012

      It just works (TM). Now version 0.0.8. Thanks !!

    7. Orillian on July 9, 2012

      I know about this .. much Clojure so I'm not getting very far with it, but what I've managed to get working is pretty cool! Definitely looking forward to languages I know better!

      Larry: I understand you might be a bit frustrated but comments like yours don't encourage the developers and make it hard for others to want to help you. Just a thought. Anyways; what system are you trying to set this up on? A bit of an idea as to what your using might allow a few of us to help you get it setup.

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      Larry Shields (deleted) on July 9, 2012

      Just crashes. So far pretty worthless.

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      Craig Payne on July 9, 2012

      I'll avoid the next few updates until Javascript/Python is supported. Currently, I unfortunately have no knowledge of Clojure, otherwise keep up the great work.

    10. Spencer Dailey on July 9, 2012

      This looks great! As someone who knows nothing about Clojure, is there any word on when (V .8 or V.9) you will begin adding language support (Javascript, Python)?