At this point, we're working on integrating Wisp into Lounge (Leisure's environment). Wisp is a lightweight alternative to ClojureScript that (besides just being lightweight, which I like) I believe integrates somewhat better with in-browser execution environments than ClojureScript does. ClojureScript has an offline compilation model and I wasn't able to create or switch namespaces ClojureScript in the browser. When it compiles "ns" forms, it generates Google Closure require/provide calls and wasn't obvious to me how to change this behavior to use a simple JS object to manage local name spaces.

Wisp, on the other hand ...
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C Bill Burdick  — 1 year ago

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