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2 projects | /r/C_Programming | 1 Sep 2021
#1: I've built a Brainfuck IDE and interpreter that fits entirely in a boot sector (512 bytes) using x86 Assembly! | 4 comments #2: Me flexing my custom asm/assembler I made for my bytecode VM. | 12 comments #3: Self-replicating, self-modifying Assembly program that can evolve into every possible computer program in the universe | 11 comments
What are some alternatives?
fasmg - flat assembler g - adaptable assembly engine
bfc-rs - Brainfuck compiler for x86-64 Linux implemented in Rust.
fasmg-umbrella - Umbrella libraries for modern windows development (with fasmg).
perceptron-asm - A single-layer perceptron in x86 assembly to distinguish between circles and rectangles.
FutureDOS - A futuristic DOS
optromloader - IBM PC/Clone 8086+ floppy-loading of option roms.
asm-platformer - Very basic platformer game developed in x86 Assembly.
emojifuck - A Brainfuck dialect using emojis instead of ASCII operators.
x86-bootloader - 💻 A very simple x86 bootloader
ASMTRIS - fun with x86 asm
FlameOS-Rewrite3 - A simple 32-bit OS.