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Published on Apr 26, 2017
Traditional editors and IDEs run in their own process and try to understand your code by statically analyzing it. This is in contrast to the Lisp and Smalltalk tradition, where tools often interacted directly with your running program. Nightlight is an editor that attempts to bring that style of development to Clojure by running directly inside your project.
Zach teaches Java and Clojure in Charleston, SC. He is the author of Nightcode, a Clojure IDE for beginners, and various other buggy projects. He hasn’t left the US since he was a baby, and this time it isn’t to avoid the feds.