I am trying to install libedit using
sudo apt-get install libedit-dev which fails, and running
su -c "yum install libedit-dev*" asks me for a password I do not have. I am unable to actually install this way but it is not seeming to work.
Following this tutorial for context:
Interactive Prompt • Chapter 4 • Build Your Own Lisp
Nix. In this case you can run
sed -i 's/];/ pkgs.libedit.dev\n &/' replit.nix
I get this when I run and I still don’t see any changes in my IDE or when I run. Just saw your edit will look into using Nix
was using nix. Does the library not work now?
It currently does not work, I don’t see the errors in the IDE but when I run I get this failure using the Nix template
So it’s not solved? Could you send a link to the repl?
Do not send join links, please send cover page links, I highly suggest you remove it as someone could break your repl
What would the concern be? It isn’t my system and is a very simple project, I guess they could run my usage up but I created this project as a test for this thread.
Maybe not for this project, but someone could permanently delete your code, here is your actual link:
People could also probably get you banned by turning your repl into something that breaks the TOS
Makes sense, thank you for looking out!
May I ask what
default.nix is there for? Replit will only run it if
replit.nix is deleted.
I just searched nix templates and grabbed the first one, I am realizing now that I should have just made a blank project.
February 10, 2023, 11:31pm
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