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jspm 0.17 probably :(
With require('electron').remote.require('jspm') when (jspm installed localy) I fo geta obejct with a lot of functions
require('electron').remote.require('./node_modules/jspm').install('moment')worked, it got installed... it return a promise... was using console
so if you want you could expiriment with JSPM for example (can you communicate with JSPM through nodejs etc)
@JeroenVinke had a wizard
Let me explain this with more words, starting with most important thing first: whenever you see something I wrote, that makes you believe how I need a "simple correction", please think again and try to see whether you may have misunderstood me. @JeroenVinke is aware of my request here, which I named
@adriatic's grand-father syndrome.
If Jeroen had a wizard, I would not find it necessary to write the following text
always be aware that the user's interaction with the monterey will be via a form (or better to say a sequence of forms - known as a wizard), fully supporting forward and backward traversal withing the wizard. This is what makes a Visual CLI a lot more valuable to a plain CLI app, which is a major step backward, when there were absolutely no screen editors available.
So, in our discussion here, you and me had a very difficult mental image of a wizard. I have spent years designing and writing wizards for a very tough crowd (old patients with chronic disease, very little understanding of what to do with computers, no desire to learn that discipline and no patience for what I was building).
So, my point was that I would expect how in our mutual interactions, nobody takes the knee-jerk reaction like "this guy seems to be confused". A lot better approach would be "let me think again what is this about" and if that did not help - ask "what did you mean by "xxxx")
As an example of a wizard design guidance I will mention this.aspx) even if this is not the state of the art anymore.
I hope that you see my "teachnings" as , my desire to make our communications as good as it can be. My ability to do that is my strongest asset polished in decades of work as project leader, director of software development and most of the time as VP development, when I had to do the second line of training my directors how to that.
If anyone finds me doing that unnecessary - just drop me a note and I will stop on a dime :-)