I know it would require a lot of work, but I would like to see a sort of new kind of file that users could create. For example, a user could create a new "language" file, and define the code for the language, the syntax highlighting, code-completion, REPL, icon for the language, ect. The user would now have access to using this language in their Repls, and if others wanted to use it too they could fork the "language" file. I understand that this might not be possible with repl.its current code, I just think that it would be a great addition to the program as a whole. Users could even code languages that weren't yet supported in repl.it.
C# is already supported. But it is extremely low quality in terms of linting and colorcoding. As a C# fan, I would love C# to be improved on.
Python with Pandas
Beginners to python who come from data science are used to the concepts behind pandas so having that option would be very useful for them.
x86 or x64 Assembly, Maybe 6502 assembly
I do not know if i typed it wrong but i know a dude with an interpreter that you can use for adding it. (note i do not know the guy but i don't think he will care if we use his JS 6502 emulator). just look up easy 6502 and there you go its basically there
Hello, I was wondering if latex could a possibility here. It is quite useful and not having to setup an environment for writing in it can be greatly helpful in my opinion. Thanks, Ali