Simple REPL for embedding into applications

Add a REPL into your application.

npm install replize

replize is most useful when attached onto instances (however, it can be used in any way you like).

It exports a constructor that takes a configuration hash:

  • port number (required) Port to listen on. This is how you connect to it
  • host string (default: localhost) Interface to bind to
  • context object To expose something for REPL you attach it to this object. Key name will become the object name you call in the REPL (see example below).

bin folder contains a REPL client you can use:

./bin/repl <port>
var Repl = require('replize')
function Foo() {
  this.repl = Repl({
    port: 20000,
    context: {
      'foo': this
Foo.prototype.log = function(){

Connect to this instance:

$ ./bin/repl 20000

and type

> foo.log()

and you will see foo instance print foo into console.

See example folder.