There's a REPL in fireplace, but you probably wouldn't have noticed if I hadn't told you. Such is the way with fireplace.vim. By the way, this plugin is for Clojure. First, set up cider-nrepl. (If you skip this step, fireplace.vim will make do with eval, which mostly works.) Next, fireplace.vim doesn't provide indenting or syntax highlighting, so you'll want a set of Clojure runtime files if you're on a version of Vim earlier than 7.4. You might also want salve.vim for assorted static project support.