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Does Repl run Pascal?
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Alishahid1

If not, where can I find a good pascal runtime environment online?

Answered by theangryepicbanana [earned 5 cycles]
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theangryepicbanana

Not directly, but you can! First, make a polygott repl, which can be made by going to https://repl.it/languages/polygott . Next, go into the file tree and add a file called main.pas. Finally, you can run the program. Hopefully this helped

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Alishahid1

@theangryepicbanana To an extent, this worked! Thank you very much!

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@Alishahid1 Yay no problem (make sure to mark this post as :best answer" if it helped!)

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DaCuteRaccoon

@theangryepicbanana They removed Polygott... now how do you do this?

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DaCuteRaccoon

@theangryepicbanana Also, not that it has to do with any of these posts, but is it still possible to run Polygott?

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theangryepicbanana

@DaCuteRaccoon Only for legacy repls currently. Eventually, we'll figure out a way to port Polygott to Nix and all Polygott repls will become Nix repls that include it (somehow, idk don't take my word for this yet)

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DaCuteRaccoon

@theangryepicbanana Well, in Replit's GitHub, there are lots of languages that I can just put in the .replit file. I just found out about this today! But idk why they discontinued polygott, I feel like it was good.

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@DaCuteRaccoon Polygott was hard to maintain, and wasn't extensible by replit users. with Nix, it's a lot easier to maintain and can be configured by users, plus it's significantly smaller (polygott could take over an hour to build/deploy!)