About jscoq, I wonder how it will play with https://github.com/features/codespaces, @Emilio Jesús Gallego Arias ?
AFAICT codespaces are vscode-based
Yes, but it seems to provide a number of similar features, doesn't it?
Sure. It will depend on how much the vscode support for Coq progress.
About Codespaces. I can confirm that the Coq vscode plugin syntax highlighting works. I haven't figured out what the possibilities are to use docker images to run Coq.
Getting Coq to run is actually easy. Open a terminal in github codespaces. Do the regular install, set the path and select "interpret to point".
Thanks @Maxime Dénès @Emilio Jesús Gallego Arias for your work on vscode.
@Théo Zimmermann we spoke about an open alternative to codespaces at some point. Do you recall what it was called/where to find the discussion.
It was called gitpod. I tried to use it without success.
BTW, I'm still on the waitlist for codespaces so I couldn't try them out yet but I recall that you used them through GitHub Classrooms?
I can use it on all repos.
Yes, but what I meant to ask was: did you use it with students? And does this mean that through GitHub Classrooms you get to use it (and your students too) without waiting on a list?
I encouraged the students to sign up, but don't know whether anyone actually did.
I think you reported an issue with gitpod. However, I cannot find the issue.
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