So, now you may feed the quine.
UPDATE: Ishan made a github repository for his chemlambda.js. I suggest you follow his work if you are a chemlambda fan, there is big promise there. The github page is live here. See if you can contribute to one of the issues at his repository, or to one of the issues at the chemlambda repository.
For me this chemlambda.js is pure gold, for many reasons: it does all the computation/visualization in one place, it may give a way to recover the work lost from the chemlambda collection, and as a work of art. Not to say that it will be certainly connected with hapax.
If you wonder why I don’t update the chemlambda repo readme with his important contribution, I refrain from touching that repository. Probably a new one which forks all the contributions in one place is better. This autumn.
I’ve also made a second page “feed the quine“, it has
presently more examples (not anymore) and it is compatible es5. Both pages change very often, so at any point one may be more advanced than the other.