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For Clojure, I'm now using cider-browse-ns as a compromise, which does a decent job of listing all the vars with their docstrings. It works in a browse-ns mode that offers: RET cider-browse-ns-operate-at-point ^ cider-browse-ns-all d cider-browse-ns-doc-at-point n next-line p previous-line q cider-popup-buffer-quit-function ...


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As I understand it, you basically want to run a command in the REPL. That is, I think you're saying you want to press C-M-S-g and have it execute (go) in the REPL. Emacs interacts with processes through a comint, or command interpreter. For example, Shell mode is a derivative of Comint mode, a general-purpose mode for communicating with interactive ...


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