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As an alternative way to compile the source code, a. For compiling the Haxe code above, create a file named Compile. The command below will convert the bytecode Hello. Put the following code in the file Index. Create Compile. If everything goes well, it should create a file named index. This is a portable form of the Haxe code in the sense that it is compatible across different OS and can be run using the Dev WebServer.
On Windows, start the haxeserver. On other platforms run the command nekotools server. This will start the Haxe Development WebServer.
Enter the directory where the index. You can now click the Visit link that will display Hello World with the filename and line number where the trace occured. On windows, for example, the haxeserver. For a more advanced neko. Modify the Index. It will print the parameters sent by the browser. Recompile it by double-clicking the index. It will display the request parameters for the URL that are sent by the browser. There is a lot of useful functionality available in the neko.
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As an alternative way to compile the source code, a. For compiling the Haxe code above, create a file named Compile. The command below will convert the bytecode Hello. Put the following code in the file Index.
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