Why? Because, why not
Install EvalScript globally from npm
npm install -g evalscript# also old version of evalscript is availablenpm install -g evalscript@old [evalold instead of eval2 command]# you should really not use that! :D
If you already installed EvalScript, now you can use eval2 command in your command line
eval2 filename# eval2 ./test/test.es
File you want to compile must have .es extension!