Hi Jakob,

> This.  And the web framework could even have a "repl" or edit function
> where you could edit a running site live. It could have "Commit" and

In fact, the standard PicoLisp framework already comes with two such

- you can can connect to a running PicoLisp server using "bin/psh",
  giving you a normal PicoLisp repl to interact with the database or
  other resources, parallel and synchronized with other possibly running
  client processes.

- or you can include the 'repl' function from "lib/form.l" into your
  application. Be careful with that, it's a huge security hole. It opens
  a text area with a repl in the browser window.

- Alex
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