Polyglot and CodeRunner
jjs at krutt.org
Fri Aug 2 10:45:00 EDT 2019
i only use PHP now, but mainly to communicate with server/DB and ideal
I started with Kotlin a week ago, a few online lessons for beginners.
Because Kotlin is a java derative, runs multiplatform and natively on
Android. And they say is easy to learn...well i already saw it's not so
easy as Livecode, but just starting. Maybe it can be combined, don't know.
Op 2-8-2019 om 16:00 schreef Sean Cole (Pi) via use-livecode:
> The trouble with this and Peppermint is they are only for MacOS. So it
> doesn't really fall into the LC 'code once for all' bracket. Not that it
> isn't useful for some individual projects. But it would be even better if
> there was a code runner that was PC, Linux and Windows (and even mobile)
> friendly. But I definitely see the advantages for it.
> Sean Cole
> *Pi Digital Productions Ltd*
> 'Don't try to think outside the box. Just remember the truth: There is no
> 'For then you realise it is not the box you are trying to look outside of,
> but it is yourself!'
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> On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 at 14:21, David Bovill via use-livecode <
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> Does anyone combine Livecode with different programming languages - would
>> be interesting to share any experiences. I mainly create wrappers for
>> want to improve my workflow with.
>> I was thinking of of extending the way I work with command line tools -
>> then saw how https://coderunnerapp.com/ does it - so thought I'd see if we
>> can get Livecode to work with CodeRunner first - has anyone done this?
>> *How can I add my own languages to CodeRunner?*CodeRunner's run system is
>> based on simple terminal commands, and therefore if you know the terminal
>> commands involved in running/compiling code in your language, you can
>> easily add it to CodeRunner. To add languages, go to Preferences ->
>> Languages, and click the "+" button. In the "Run Command" text box, enter
>> the command you use to run the language from the terminal. E.g. if the
>> interpreter is called mylang, you would enter mylang $filename here.
>> If your language uses several commands to run, you can use a CodeRunner
>> compile script. Check the box "Language uses compile script" and click the
>> "Edit Script..." button. This will open the compile script in the
>> CodeRunner editor. The script will contain a further explanation of how to
>> use it.
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