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Re: [Bug-apl] Finally turned javascript version to a true REPL interpret

From: Elias Mårtenson
Subject: Re: [Bug-apl] Finally turned javascript version to a true REPL interpreter
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 15:40:06 +0800

The Nable editor should (in my opinion) open a separate editor just like the Emacs mode does. :-)

Also, HTML gives us some great opportunities to create nice array visualisations without having to rely on character graphics. I'm going to whip up a simple example showing what it could look like.


On 31 March 2014 15:37, Kacper Gutowski <address@hidden> wrote:
On 2014-03-30 20:50:31, address@hidden wrote:
> At first glance, it seems to work: http://baruchel.hd.free.fr/apps/apl/i/

> You can know use it as an online interpreter. I will add some colors/themes
> in the days to come, but the most difficult part is done.

Great work!
It's really nice to have usable interpreter without installing anything.
And thanks to being compiled to _javascript_ (and thus reusing browser's
sandboxing) it's much better than, say, Dyalog's TryAPL where a bunch of
features were disabled (e.g. no ⍎).

Things like this work :)
      ⍎s←'''⍎s←'',q,((1+q=s)/s),q←⎕UCS 39'

However, entering nabla editor still falls back to using prompt boxes
like in earlier version.


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