Firescript is written in Node.js and partially in Firescript. It already has a syntax highlighter and linter integration for Atom IDE.
Firescript is under developing, we recommend to not use it for production yet!
import Fruits from './fruits' export class Banana extends Fruits constructor () super() this.name = 'Banana' this.color = 'yellow' getName () return this.name setName (str name) return this.name = name
import Banana from './banana' const banana = new Banana() print(banana.getName())
The docs page is not ready yet. If you're interested in the planed syntax, please have a look at the
Firescript requires Node.js 12 or higher.
There are two options to install firescript. The most common option is to install it globaly using npm.
npm install -g firescript
We recommend to install firescript localy. This installs an executable in
./node_modules/.bin which makes Firescript accessable for NPM. Use
npx firescript [subcommand].
npm install firescript
Firescript is accessable on commandline by using the
Firescript comes with a commandline. If you've installed Firescript globally, you should have access to it by the
firescript command. Run
firescript help to get an overview of all available sub-commands or run
firescript help <command> to get a command's help page.
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Create a Firescript project by using the
init command. Create a project folder, change into it and run
firescript init to initialize a Firescript project.
mkdir ~/Projects/myfsproject cd myfsproject npm init npm install firescript firescript init
You'll find a
.firerc.json file within your project folder. This file contains build and feature configuration.
.fire as file extension. The
build command transpiles all
.fire files found in the source folder and writes the output to the destination folder. All other files are being ignored during the build process.
Use the Firescript Example project to play a little with it.
firescript build to build the project. The
firescript watch command re-transpiles files when their content changes. Both commands overwriting existing files without prompting.
Andi Heinkelein firstname.lastname@example.org
Firescript is licensed under the MIT license.