This plugin hasn’t been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

Run This!

Description

This plugin lets your readers run snippets of code directly from your blog.

Simply add a class “run-this” and a lang attribute to the PRE tag surrounding the code.
The lang attribute should have one of the following values : ada, assembler, awk, bash, bc, brainf**k, c, csharp, cpp, c99, clips, clojure, cobol, clisp, d, erlang, forth, fortran, go, haskell, icon, intercal, java, rhino, javascript, lua, nemerle, nice, ocaml, pascal, perl, php, pike, prolog, python, python3, r, ruby, scala, scheme, smalltalk, tcl, unlambda, vbasic, whitespace

The code is sent over to Ideone to run; results (output, time and language implementation details) are displayed on your blog, in a table underneath the code.

This plugin is free software released under the GNU General Public License.

Release Notes

  • This plugin depends on the WP-Syntax plugin being installed and activated.

  • This plugin uses CORS to send the code source accross to a different domain, recent browsers should work fine (See Browser support)

  • This plugin uses jQuery, which is also included in the plugin archive

  • This plugin relies on Ideone web services API (http://ideone.com/api)

  • This is an alpha release, please send bug reports to runthis.plugin@gmail.com

Installation

  • Unzip the plugin archive in the folder wp-content/plugins.

  • Activate the plugin in admin section.

  • if you need a spinner different from the one bundled with the plugin, make your own at http://www.ajaxload.info/, rename it spinner.gif and copy it into the plugin folder.

  • You are ready to jazz up your code snippets !

Contributors & Developers

“Run This!” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “Run This!” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

0.2 : start using CORS instead of a Flash proxy to do cross-domain queries.