ReplitCLI is a CLI tool to interact with repls from your local machine. It is built on top of Crosis, the repl.it API, and it allows you to pull from repls, and run and push to them if you have an API key. If you are interested, you can install it on your computer with npm:
npm install -g replitcli. Then, you can use the
replitcli command to run the tool. For more info and a tutorial, see the README on github.
You could save one dependency by removing the
text-encoder-lite package. Instead of
encoder.decode(obj) you can just use the builtin
Buffer.from(obj).toString(). Likewise for encoding you could use
Buffer.from(str).toString("base64"). Just a tip to shave a couple seconds off your install time (I realized this while working on my own crosis project). Nice job!