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2 points by hjek 308 days ago | link | parent

> Without the ability to share code easily, it's a lot harder to build on and benefit from community effort.

I've just been dumping my Arc experiments into the Anarki repository. Akkartik manages it by the policy that pretty much anyone can commit anything, so I haven't had any issues sharing my code. I've recently put a Puredata compiler in Arc in there, https://github.com/arclanguage/anarki/blob/master/lib/pd.arc

That said, there is an Arc package manager, Hackinator by awwx. http://awwx.ws/hackinator

Perhaps that is worth a look?

The interactive help in Anarki is great, although there are some undocumented functions. A great improvement, which would be very easy to implement, would be to add the documentation from the various Arc sites to the Anarki interactive help.