It means there is no standalone repl window by default. Instead you create a lein project and evaluate code in-line with Ctrl-Return or the whole file with Ctrl-Shift-Return
CIDER for emacs also shows the results of evaluating code in line, although it automatically clears the result when you move the cursor. Version 0.11 will have an enlighten mode that shows multiple return values, like Ctrl-Shift-Return in LightTable
@jarohen@ctford@philandstuff are you all still willing to give a demo as part of ClojureBridge? If so, please can you share what you would like to demo.
I thought it would be good idea if I demonstrated LightTable. Its a Clojure/ClojureScript tool and the attendees are also going to use it for the workshop. It would only be a short demo, covering the basics so as to not add too much complexity to their learning