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erwinrooijakkers14:01:44

Did someone get Lumo to work on Raspberry Pi?

souenzzo14:01:10

@erwinrooijakkers On my last attempt there was a bug with ARM (~6months)

mfikes18:01:59

@erwinrooijakkers FWIW, if you want a self-hosted environment on the Raspberry Pi, but don’t really need the Node/V8 stuff that Lumo provides, Planck evidently runs there.

anmonteiro18:01:00

I didn’t know Planck ran on ARM

mfikes18:01:48

Oh that’s interesting. I suppose it just happens to be portable enough to properly compile there and, all the needed libs are available.

erwinrooijakkers19:01:31

@mfikes thanks. Since I want to use an npm library Planck is not suited.

mfikes19:01:18

@erwinrooijakkers Yep. By the way I'm considering adding npm support to Planck, but that would really only work in the case that the libraries used don't themselves depend on being executed in Node.

erwinrooijakkers19:01:08

I love Planck by the way. I set alias p='planck' so that I can quickly calculate stuff in Bash by pressing p. :slightly_smiling_face:

erwinrooijakkers19:01:17

Blazingly fast startup

erwinrooijakkers19:01:26

And colored terminal

erwinrooijakkers19:01:03

Hmm what would be the use case for that?

erwinrooijakkers19:01:04

Answer: being able to use the npm libraries that do not depend on node.

erwinrooijakkers19:01:37

But lots of useful libraries do depend on it, or not?

erwinrooijakkers19:01:06

So it might cause confusion, not sure if it’s worth it

mfikes19:01:33

Yeah, I have not real feel for this. It would only be useful if you liked to use npm deps, found some that are "plain" libraries that can be used in browsers or other non-Node environments and just waned to make use of it from Planck. It is questionable whether it would be all that useful.