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  • Oct 15 2018 18:28
    mugli opened #181
  • Jul 23 2018 08:11
    LoganDark opened #180
  • Apr 22 2018 17:05
    devsnek closed #149
  • Feb 04 2018 03:49
    hems opened #179
  • Dec 15 2017 08:08
    anweshknayak edited #178
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    anweshknayak opened #178
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    alflanagan commented #175
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  • Sep 28 2017 10:56
    adw0rd opened #176
  • Sep 26 2017 17:24
    princejwesley commented #175
  • Sep 26 2017 17:21
    alflanagan opened #175
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    caesar opened #174
  • Jul 05 2017 22:39
    zach-is-my-name opened #173
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    zach-is-my-name opened #172
  • Jun 15 2017 08:47
    danielo515 edited #171
  • Jun 15 2017 08:46
    danielo515 opened #171
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
node's REPL has issues handling multiline commands. You can find some open issues here: https://github.com/nodejs/node/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+repl+label%3Arepl+label%3Aconfirmed-bug+
Mancy addresses those issues and has some interesting features(most of them are requested by the community).
Gajus Kuizinas
@gajus
You might want to put this info way up to of the README.md
woowe
@woowe
hey everyone, how do you add modules to the REPL so i can do const jsforce = require('jsforce'); i see an add module path but doesn't seem to working for me on ubuntu 14.04
nevermind, just had to restart the application :)
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
@woowe Not working without restart?
Björn Tegelund
@bjrnt
Any way to easily open Mancy in the current working directory? mancy . doesn't seem to do anything
Tommy Falgout
@lastcoolnameleft
@princejwesley Thanks for creating this! I've been looking for a good REPL for a long time since starting Node and I think I've found it!
Is there a way to add a bootstrap file? i.e. commands to run upon startup?
Ah, I did just find the "startup script" option; however, I think that might be better to pass as a CLI argument since there could be different startup scripts per project.
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
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we have CLI options
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Michael B
@heptal
if i'm adding a custom language REPL to src/languages, what's the simplest correct way to set the output? i'm using ReplLiveScript.js as a template. i want to feed the input to some external process, get a string back, and put that string in the output. I can get my result within the transpile, and print it to console, but can't seem to get it to the output (tried return cb(null, my_output_string); am i correct in assuming that transpile is for repl-typed code and evaluate is for loaded files?
Michael B
@heptal
nevermind, got it
Michael B
@heptal
lua (hammerspoon) in mancy haha http://i.imgur.com/tyOs0zq.png
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
@heptal Good. Feel free to ping me if you need any help
Denis Stoyanov
@xgrommx
@princejwesley do u plan to add support for elm and purescript?
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
@xgrommx I'll spend time to see the feasibility. I haven't tried purescript before. I'll play with elm and let you know.
Denis Stoyanov
@xgrommx
:+1:
@princejwesley elm, purescript now we can just npm i elm -g, npm i purescript -g
Peter Schussheim
@peterschussheim
@princejwesley what exactly is the notebook mode?
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
@peterschussheim we can edit the executed code and rerun
Naresh Kumar
@devNaresh
var a=10;
console.log(a):
dont print a value
it prints undefine
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
in console window? can you see a pinky bell at the status bar?
Naresh Kumar
@devNaresh
k...got it
Mark Labenski
@marklabenski
Multiple users reporting the same error in the Github issues, no solution yet to be found :(
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
@marklabenski Sorry Mark. I'll address the issues this weekend. Very sorry for not being active
Karlo Luis Martinez Martos
@karloluis
Hi there.
chad-lp
@chad-lp
is anybody using Mancy on mac without getting the kq_init: warnings on the console? same as here: princejwesley/Mancy#170 ?
Prince John Wesley
@princejwesley
sorry guys, for personal reasons, I don't have time to address github issues. I'll be back soon to address them. thanks
pedro
@PedroGao
I failed! Who can help me !
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Ali Ghanavatian
@thg303
hi people
any idea how to use a package with this thing?
i've chosen the node_modules and i try to import the package but it keeps showing "not defined" errors
Ali Ghanavatian
@thg303
@PedroGao looks like you don't have node/npm or it's not installed properly. i suggest installing them with 'nvm'.
follow install instructions here https://github.com/creationix/nvm
Ali Ghanavatian
@thg303
i got it. after setting node_modules i have to do a ctrl+shift+r
Harlan Barnes
@harlanbarnes
Hello all. Mancy is great and thank you for your work on the product. I have a question I can't seem to solve. How do I reduce the window/screen width. I have a 3-monitor display and it opens as a very large window across all three. I can shorten the widith to a point but I can't get it down to a reasonable size for a single monitor. Is there some trick to this?
FWIW, I can change the window height to any level. But the window width seems to have a minimum that is based on the width of the monitor (or virtual monitor in my case).
梁俊仁
@jinCN
If I want to use Node v10, what can I do?
grateful-dev
@grateful-dev
hey guys, how do I set Mancy to run in my package's env?
I tried -p with no success