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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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Light Table 0.4!

Hey Everyone,

I'm proud to announce that as of today, Light Table has Python eval and one of the best JS workflows out there: http://www.chris-granger.com/2013/04/28/light-table-040/

Cheers,
Chris.

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    1. Creator Orillian on May 14, 2013

      I'm really enjoying just playing around with Light Table right now. So many cool things to play with and try. I'm going to have to start a full project with it soon.

      On a side note: If your are excited about Light Table and want to talk about it, along with the official google groups channels I've started a G+ community at https://plus.google.com/communities/111785623351561306132

      It's a little quiet right now, but hopefully we can start some conversations there as well. :)

      Regards,
      Orillian

    2. Creator Spencer Dailey on May 10, 2013

      Now that I'm using it as my primary editor, I'd say one feature implementation really comes to forefront: - When you restart, it would be very nice to have the option to reopen the closed files. Especially useful in light of the quick update cycle.

    3. Creator Chris Granger on May 1, 2013

      @larry LT doesn't use Java anymore unless you eval Clojure. Can you give us more information about what's happening?

    4. Creator Larry Shields (deleted) on May 1, 2013

      It immediately throws a java case exception. Each release is worst than the previous!

    5. Creator Samuel Batista on May 1, 2013

      This is starting to become really impressive. Any chance of adding TypeScript support (maybe impossible since that goes through an MS compiler).

    6. Creator Ron Au on April 30, 2013

      Congratulations and great work- LT just keeps getting better and better :)

    7. Creator rayslava on April 30, 2013

      I had to install Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jce-7-download-432124.html to make it work on Windows though 0.3.9 worked with default policies.

      Did you integrate some kind of backdoor there? :)

    8. Creator Matt Barrio on April 30, 2013

      This is a great update!