AFAIK ClojureScript is pretty much feature complete as opposed to Emu,
there's a risk for confusion and perhaps bad PR if an online REPL
based on Emu becomes the de facto way of playing around with PL for
novices, ie "Why can't I do X which the manual seems to imply?!!" or
"This crap sucks, it can't even do Y." when it in fact can do Y.
Some prominent disclaimer should be there, perhaps with information on
what features are not available.
The fact that PL is now apt-get installable makes it trivial to test
out the real thing too.
On Sat, Jan 2, 2016 at 9:40 PM, Christophe Gragnic
> Hi all,
> These are primarily questions for Alex, but I'm interested
> in the answers of other people too.
> I'm a big fan of PicoLisp even if I only scratched the surface yet,
> since I don't use the server or the DB.
> I know most of the heavy PicoLisp users here rely extensively
> on the server and the DB and wouldn't use Ersatz for real things.
> So bear with me for questions about EmuLisp,
> which is even "weaker" that Ersatz!
> 1) What do you think of EmuLisp?
> 2) Would you promote it?
> 3) Would you use it on the futur website for the demo REPL?
> 4) I'm beginning a journey to the understandings of
> Clojure/ClojureScript and would love to see something
> like this for PicoLisp. Does this ring a bell for someone?
> For your information, there is now a NodeJS module:
> http://profgra.org/lycee/ (site pro)
> http://delicious.com/profgraorg (liens, favoris)
> http://microalg.info (langage de programmation pédagogique)
> http://expressions.club/ (structure des expressions mathématiques)
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