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BruceLi2
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HTML repl's run code?
Hi, I wanted to make an HTML repl that runs a certain console command before actually starting the HTML page. When I add a .replit file, it still does
AmoghTheCool
AmoghTheCool
@BruceLi2, the .replit file is auto-generated an immutable in HTML, CSS, JS repls -- even if you retype it. What you may want to do is make a Flask server and then edit .replit to be like: run = "command; python3 main.py" Go here for flask tutorials.1 year ago
BruceLi2
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I wanted to create a repl that uses both Node.js and Java. I couldn't find how to add both on the create repl page. Does anyone know how to add node.j
ruiwenge2
ruiwenge2
well you can create an index.js file, then create a Main.java file1 year ago
ch1ck3n
ch1ck3n
why do you need nodejs with java1 year ago
BruceLi2
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I have a python app that requires packages that are usually stored in ~/.apt to install one of the modules. The thing is, I have a .replit file that w
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Coder100
Coder100
yes, .replit files exist. https://docs.replit.com/repls/dot-replit1 year ago
BruceLi2
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I took some code that renders images into graphs on desmos. The repl is written in Python, and sometimes when it starts it gives an error install pypo
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Highwayman
Highwayman
have you tried installing the package into the main repl dir that's always saved and linking there instead so that you're not having to reinstall every time?1 year ago