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    Very cool! I really like the live updates. I’ll definitely keep this in mind!

    By the way, is there a name for the query language? It might be useful to have such mini-languages as libraries - a parser that produces an AST, and maybe an interpreter skeleton. The actual interpreter code will likely be specific to the app it’s embedded in, but it’s always nice to be able to “port” your knowledge of primitives to another tool.

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      Yeah, I intentionally kept the language totally separate – it’s there as the lang module in the repo. There isn’t a name for it, it’s roughly based on the SumoLogic query language which was roughly based on the Splunk query language.

      The interpreter is currently tied a bit too tightly to the renderer which would make it hard to reuse. It’s on my TODO list though :-)

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      Love the project… although a chainsaw is a more suitable tool for slicing up logs. Angle Grinders are more for stone or metal 😍😋

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        Ahhh how did I miss that!!!