I tried using Replit for a few days now. I’m really stuck at running my currently open file. Neither Ghostwriter or I can figure out how to do it.
I use it mostly for coding in Windows and watching workshops. Currently I watch a workshop about Concurrency in Go. To try a lot of different things and have some sort of documentation I create a single folder for every task.
From VS Code I was used to have a run button where I could run the current file, just for a quick test to see the output. So I was wondering if something like this is possible with Replit? And if so… HOW?
Welcome to the community! Replit does not currently have a feature to do this. You can manually edit a specific Repl’s config files or (in some languages) link the files together in certain ways but there is no way to run the current file in Replit. Sorry to disappoint.
Easy way to do it is via the shell, type the command once and then use the up arrow to recalls it
@QwertyQwerty88 I’m first (=
you don’t get the point, with VS Code you can use a keyboard shortcut to quickly run the code.
And as we all are telling you, this is not possible. You have two alternatives so use one of those or ask for a new feature.
No no, I saw it last night but didn’t bother correcting it.