Message from C, C++ talks

June 2019

— I have a solution already, it will compile it and sent the compiled file back to the user.

— That’s the only way I can see it work

— Don't worry men

— I found a way

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That doesn't work in general case with telegram, unless you can build for any platform it can be runned on (including Android and iOS).

— Ok, well I am just try to put ideas out there

— You got any idea

— No, sorry.
Actually Docker sounds promising, if you can limit cpu and memory that consumed by one instance, and won't allow to run some long calculations.

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— Ok, I was kinda thinking of having a python bot and that you would send a code file like example “test.c” and then it would get downloaded and compiled then added to share file on virtual machine and make a simple program to check the shared file on the virtual machine every 2 seconds and then send a temp link to display output.

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— Also there can be some libs for online compilers that have some sandboxes with them

— Yeah because we don’t want it running in the actual machine

— Because is a security risk

— Sanboxes?

— Sandboxes, that was a typo

— Ohk