• Ok, I haven't been able to get the Web IDE compiled for 32 bit - for some reason I'm just not able to compile working 32 bit binaries for node.js here. However I have uploaded a few extra files, so if you follow the instructions at: http://www.espruino.com/Puck.js+Quick+St­art#command-line

    Then it may work for you... When installing Node, choose the LTS version.

    It is possible that it will still fail (because it won't be able to compile the native node.js modules), but perhaps someone on the forum who either knows a lot about Node.js, or who has a 32 bit PC and Node.js set up with Visual Studio will be able to install the espruino tools and then zip them up and send them to you.

    If that works, you could also try npm install -g espruino-web-ide and then running espruino-server and connecting to localhost:8080 - that would get everything working perfectly for you.

    Sorry I can't be more help at the moment...


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