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Tiled Grace integrates tiled and textual editing of code To see Tiled Grace in action, go to <http://ecs.vuw.ac.nz/~mwh/minigrace/tiled>. To use Tiled Grace yourself, copy in a minigrace.js file to the working tree root. minigrace.js can be generated from a minigrace.git working tree with: make es and will then be in es/minigrace.js. You will also need to copy in the corresponding version of background.js (which changes only infrequently). You will also need to obtain the ACE editor from <http://ace.c9.io/> and put all of its .js files into the "ace" directory. Any of the sample dialects you want to use should be compiled with the same version of the compiler: minigrace --target es -o sniff.js sniff.grace Some dialects may require modification to be used in Tiled Grace rather than the ordinary web interface. The sample programs themselves are loaded from .grace files and do not need precompilation. Because of browser security rules, Tiled Grace must be served over HTTP to work. Either copy it into your web root, or run an in-place web server such as osws: osws -I index.html -m -M .woff application/font-woff \ -M .json application/json -d . Tiled Grace works best in recent versions of Chrome and Firefox. The transition animation tends to lag for large or deeply-nested programs in Firefox, but the system in other respects tends to work slightly better there. Tiled Grace is distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 3 or later, and without warranty of any kind.