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Apr 2015
Prashant Singh
@prashtx
Apr 01 2015 04:12
@Gozala &co: wisp looks super cool. I finally got around to doing some hello-world-ish stuff in it the other day
But I'm having some trouble with the repl, which is slowing my learning curve
It looks like none of the standard functions/macros are present in the repl (wisp or wisp -i)
So I get a ReferenceError: sum is not defined for (+ 1 1), for example
ns also seems to be undefined, so I'm unable to bring functions into the namespace to use in the repl
Irakli Gozalishvili
@Gozala
Apr 01 2015 08:21
@prashtx ns should work and you should be able to import all of these using it
@prashtx you can also play around with http://www.jeditoolkit.com/interactivate-wisp/
Prashant Singh
@prashtx
Apr 01 2015 17:22
@Gozala: hmm, just tried installing wisp on another machine, and it seems to work. Possibly an issue with node 0.12 (the machine where the repl didn't work)?
also a quick note: I was unable to import references from the wisp.sequence namespace when I was running from a random directory with globally-installed wisp
but when i made a new dir and installed with npm install wisp, it worked out (still running repl via globally-installed)
Irakli Gozalishvili
@Gozala
Apr 01 2015 17:24
@prashtx that’s strange, would you mind submitting a bugs for those & I’ll try to look into that
@prashtx or if you wann try to track down it’s even better
@pirosikick BTW ns will be undefined as it’s a macro so that could have confused you as well
Prashant Singh
@prashtx
Apr 01 2015 19:23
the undefined did confuse me, but I had tried copying and pasting a working namespace import from a working .wisp file
If I get a chance, I'll try tracking it down, otherwise will definitely file a bug