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Re: what is best way to interpret simple smalltalk code in regular js app?

Herby Vojčík
There is an API for that somewhere in Compiler. Either look in Compiler
tests and look for 'evaluate' or 'evaluation', or just evaluate
something like '4 foo' in workspace and find out the call in debugger
stack trace.

Then, just call it from JS just as any Smalltalk call (eg. see how
augmentPage is called in `amber init`-created app's index.html).

Herby

Micael Alastor wrote on 31. 10. 2018 16:34:

> Hi Amber-smalltalkers
> So what is best way to interpret simple smalltalk code inside regular js
> app?
>
> smth like
>
> |x| x := 25. x+75
> or
> |myvar| myvar := 9001.(myvar> 1.2e4) ifTrue:[-1] ifFalse:[42]
>
> Can I somehow use Amber for this task or is there any better solutions?
> Of course it's possible to write another simplified smalltalk
> interpreter but I think it's not the smartest choice.
> Help me pls =)
>
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