This gh question <> was 
redirected to this list, but I don't see anything related here.  So asking: 
It's fairly straightforward to get webpack <> to 
work with Babel <> to do compiling of JavaScript to 
targets such as ES2015. 
So, how could the LightTable in-editor eval functionality be run through 
the Babel compiler first so that a user could successfully evaluate ES2015 
statements such as `import foo from 'bar'`, and so forth?

There would be two parts to this: The language-level part (Babel) and the 
filesystem access such as needed with an `import` statement.

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