Install it yourself using:
$ gem install whitespace-ruby
You would now have access to an executable called
$ whitespace --help
to learn more.
Let's say you've written a Whitespace program and stored it in the file
program.ws. Then, to execute that program, type:
$ whitespace program.ws
For example, here's the factorial program and a sample execution (assuming you're in the examples directory):
$ whitespace fact.ws Enter a number: 40 40! = 20397882081197443358640281739902897356800000000
Thanks to Edwin Brady and Chris Morris for developing this programming language (also developers of the Idris programming language). I've had lots of fun playing with it and writing interpreters (in Racket, Haskell and now Ruby) for it.
Copyright (c) 2016 Dwayne Crooks. See LICENSE for further details.