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The work done so far is a quick hack, there would be place it could be optimized. Feel free to contribute, when I make the project available on GitHub.
The web interface for editing the files is for the judges of this competition; else, they'd have to log on to my shell account and fire up the vim editor :)
Thanks a lot! The speech recognition definitely is the weak link, but given time, I think we will start to see real improvements on that front.
Thanks for the vote! The reason our app asks for write permission is so it is able to create our web hook in the repo. Unfortunately, Github's api doesn't currently offer a scope to cover only hooks.
I would say that this is more of a demo of the concept of the direct integration of C++. I agree that getting a client side Emscripten is the next step, but that was too much for the weekend. The 1's are harsh, but hey, thanks for checking it out!
Ok, I see how its ok for the purpose of demo -- maybe I was a bit harsh, but I would say that client siding should be the #1 priority if you keep on working on this.
I definitely agree. Clang has already been ported to js, so it should be possible https://github.com/kripken/clangor
Thanks again for checking out the project