I'd suggest readline for the REPL, as Chris Webber does in his introduction
I couldn't read the piece on recursion because of missing identation, I can't wait !
also, I appreciate the fact that your stylesheet keeps into accont the size of the window you read the post in
As I shrink the window, the layout switches to a setup for small windows
Thank you so much!
Ah yes, readline! I actually forgot it wasn't active by default! I'll definitely add it in! Thanks for pointing that out. 👌
Yeah I made the text just a bit bigger for smaller screens, but when I accessed the page with my smartphone I realized that the font was a little *too* big! I'll have to fiddle with it a bit 🤔
it's big, yes
I'd leave it lie that 🙃
I agree, readline is a must have if you don't want newcomers running away from the cold basic REPL and don't try to see further. I also add the guile-colorized !
Readline brings history and guile-colorized brings colorization !
I think #guile should come with both by default.
That looks pretty cool! I personally use Geiser inside Emacs, which does a good job with auto-indentation & syntax highlighting, but for terminals I think guile-color would be great! I'll have to install it, thanks 👍
@MutoShack Hey, I worked through your tutorial. Thanks for writing it! I wouldn't have tried guile without it.
I have a few suggestions on the tutorial. I would rather share them in private. For private messages I should reach you through wire, right?
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