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anmonteiro06:07:22

I’m so excited

anmonteiro06:07:27

:upside_down_face:

richiardiandrea08:07:04

This at some point is something I want to do, hopefully soon :smile:

souenzzo10:07:20

With this feature, should be much easier to persuade js developers

dominicm15:07:01

> CheerpJ also provides a choice of filesystem access methods. This includes a read-only filesystem based on HTTP, a local read-write filesystem based on indexDB which is persistent across sessions, and a facility to access JS strings as files, useful to pass input data to target converted Java programs.

dominicm15:07:18

This would need extending

dominicm16:07:31

http://leaningtech.com/cheerpj/ this is possibly the place to ask

dominicm16:07:17

Totally off topic: could clojure run in the browser with this?

richiardiandrea16:07:27

eh that would be a very interesting test to do :wink:

borkdude17:07:27

Has someone got an example how to execute a shell command from lumo with capturing output?

dominicm17:07:15

We do this in mach

metametadata18:07:18

@borkdude here's an example of how I use spawn (async and sync cases): https://gist.github.com/metametadata/0ddcf40d698a27851d29592011e89f06

borkdude20:07:28

@metametadata @dominicm thanks

stbgz21:07:21

I was just thinking of that

stbgz21:07:08

Hopefully it helps