Very interesting idea. However, if it is a prized and timed limited competition, then shouldn’t all external help considered cheating? Imagine someone at the chess tournament and bring out their phone to consult an engine …
actually after going through the link i was only able to understand some part most of the part was going over head, but I again tried to understand it but but didnt getting it.
what i did isn’t enough or I have to do somthing more complicated things?
Running normal scripts of elixir on vs code is easy but
what i just need is to install Evision library and use it in a script.
I know, it is part of the reason I brought it up. It is one thing to help people with their work related problem; although there is money involved, at least no one is being disadvantaged. However, if this is a competition, and there are honest people spending time learning all the stuff from publicly available resource, yet someone asked the person who knows and gain an advantage, that is not fair.
I went through some installation process provided by our mentor and i think i have done my installation.
but problem is they showed us how to use it in : iex -S mix
not how to run it in a script.
So I run the command : mix help
and Got this
mix release # Assembles a self-contained release
mix release.init # Generates sample files for releases
mix run # Starts and runs the current application
mix test # Runs a project's tests
mix test.coverage # Build report from exported test coverage
mix xref # Prints cross reference information
iex -S mix # Starts IEx and runs the default task
Here what is the diffrence between normal iex and this iex -S mix
i have shared a video link provided by our mentor regarding this : Link of video