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Sun, 29 Dec 2013 23:51:14 +0100
this project are manyfolds:
- *learning*: it's easier for me to understand (and write to some
barrier of entry for people that want to get a grasp of what epsilon is.
- *comparative*: it will be possible to compare speed with other
- last but not least: people will be able to test epsilon directly in
the browser without the need to install anything!
As of yet, it's not possible to test it without downloading with git
clone https://gitlab.com/gnu-epsilon/epsilon-js.git or wget
https://gitlab.com/gnu-epsilon/epsilon-js/repository/archive as I have
some troubles with my hosting machine... Anyway, like I said you only
have to download, open index.html in a browser.
If you ever happen to succeed to run the application ;) you will quickly
find out that there is not much (!). As of yet, I only implemented a few
e0:* procedures, and no e1:* procedures except e1:define which I'm not
sure is correct.
Anyway, this is a (good?) starting point for future work which I will
continue as soon as I understand better epsilon ;)
Technical note: this is kind of anectodical, the project is not actually
mode of Pythonium https://github.com/pythonium/pythonium
amz3 ~ http://hypermove.net/