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Read-Eval-Print-Loop with a twist: repl.it

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/12/26

Just found out about the repl.it site that allows you to do a Read-Eval-Print-Loop with 15 different languages running from within your browser.

Really: from within your browser. Your browser becomes a console “IDE” by first translating the language to JavaScript then executing it on the browser.

They have all their code in a Git repository, with at the root implementations of those languages.

There are only a few pages on the site to complement the “IDE”:

According to their @replit twitter feed they have been around since about September 2011, but there are still regular updates.

–jeroen

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