How to run a gist in gistrun


#1

I have looked for this and there seems to be no information on how to run a gist in gistrun. If I work on a gist how do I run it? Surely I dont copy and paste everything into gistrun from the gist…


#2

I have stumbled onto this. Found that you can simply put the URL of the gist into gistrun at the top and that links them.


#3

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#4

Hi Alex and others… As you might have guessed I am having a crack at re-creating my problem in gistrun. So I have edited the gist. Fine. Now when I run it, it will only run the original forked gist and not include any of the changes I have made. You can see I have made changes… how do you run a gist with the changes in Gistrun?

My other problem is that all my code is in Typescript and I am having to write this in JavaScript with no typing… Not sure if it can handle Typescript…


#5

you can feed gist run the address of your gist… the forked one (https://gist.github.com/si2030/9d47425701d2f4721b94cd646b764c8e)
and paste it here:
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you will get to this url then:

typescript it cannot handle, I guess.
I’m glad that you are still trying to figure it out


#6

I have to. Its the very last thing I need for an end to end proof of concept. I am also working two full time jobs which is hampering me a bit.


#7

Don’t give up
We’ll figure it out


#8

Have a look at the demo app http://aurelia-ui-toolkits.github.io/demo-materialize/
Gists there support typescript with materialize-css. If you need another framework you will have to build your own jspm bundle. Source for that demo app will give you hints on how to do that


#9

pretty soon we’ll have stackblitz support I hope.
then it’ll require less fiddling from the newcomers to get things going