Creating try.scheme.org Lassi Kortela 29 Dec 2020 17:28 UTC
[Starting a new thread since the last one got so big]
> What about if you create repo try.scheme.org in scheme org, and add me
> to the org maybe you can add Marc as well and we will be able to work on the
> page if Marc agree.
That would be great. I asked Arthur to push a DNS record for it, and
will add it to the web server config.
Are you OK with using SSH (with sftp/scp/rsync to copy files) to work on
the site? If so, I can make you a Linux user account. Also for Marc
and/or his students or colleagues if they want to work on the server
directly. We use SSH public keys for access; no passwords.
> I would like if that's possible to use my jQuery Terminal since I can add
> lot of features to the REPL like auto complete (forget to add that LIPS repl
> have it for function/macro names, but only for globals) auto indent and auto
> formatting and syntax highlighting. I can use part of LIPS code for that or
> code into modules, but it was failure, so whole JS code is in one file.
> : https://terminal.jcubic.pl/
It looks like a neat project. I'll let you decide between yourselves
which libraries to use.
At some point, it would be nice to specify a standard interface for
Scheme implementations to communicate with something more advanced than
a terminal (i.e. the implementation would send and receive semantic
information like "this is a Scheme expression input in to the REPL",
"this is a stack trace", "this is one frame in the stack trace" instead
of sending/receiving text and ANSI codes). That would make it possible
to have separation of presentation and content, as HTML and CSS have
them separated. But it's quite an advanced project.