No, you’re not. It’s just that prybar (The thing that runs the interactive Console) is no longer a part of the default tempate. You could either make a new Repl with prybar, or change your Repl’s .replit file to match a Repl with prybar.
sorry to bother u again!
it seemed to be working on that public repl i linked. i then went into my private one, made the same changes, but over there i didn’t get the same result i got at first with the public repl. i clicked Run and it just runs indefinitely, with no end in sight (unless i click Stop). went into my public one again, and now i had that problem over there as well:
If you see that orange prompt, it means your program has ended.
It does still stay “Stop” but that’s because it’s not really running prybar as an interpreter (which is why you have to “Run” before it starts). This is to work around friction with interpreters experienced on modern, multi-language repls, such as this
however, once i click Stop, whatever i input into the Console doesn’t work anymore (see the 2nd “a < b” that returns “bash: 2: No such file or directory”, that one was after clicking stop; the previous one was when it was apparently still running ). is that normal?
i’ve been using Replit for a couple of weeks now and never had any issues such as this