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Asmrepl: REPL for x86 Assembly Language
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Nov 2021
JIT makes sense given his other current project: https://github.com/tenderlove/tenderjit
YJIT: Building a New JIT Compiler for CRuby
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Oct 2021
Hacker News top posts: Sep 23, 2021
3 projects | /r/hackerdigest | 23 Sep 2021
Tenderjit – A JIT for Ruby Written in Ruby\ (39 comments)
Tenderjit – A JIT for Ruby Written in Ruby
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Sep 2021
It’s x86-64 only. A quick look at the https://github.com/tenderlove/tenderjit/blob/main/lib/tender... linked from the README reveals heavy references to x86-64 registers. The “Fisk” library used appears to be a x86-64 assembler in Ruby.
I guess that’s to be expected with “pure ruby” — all the cross-insn backends you can use (Cranelift, LLVM) are written in not-Ruby.6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Sep 2021
Write Your Own Terminal
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Nov 2023
I can confirm that writing a terminal is fun, for the reasons mentioned in the article: it’s easy to get “self-hosting”, but then the possibilities are endless :)
In my case, this was about creating the terminal for EndBASIC (https://www.endbasic.dev/). I wanted to mix text and graphics in the same console, so I had to ditch Xterm.js and create my own thing. It was really exciting to see graphics rendering mix with text “just fine” when I was able to render the first line.
Ask HN: Whats the modern day equivalent of 80s computer for kids to explore?
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Oct 2023
I tried to set up a Raspberry Pi and configured it to boot into a simple window manager with DosBox full screen by default. I taught my kids to launch games within that and they learned the very basics… but it didn’t stick: they haven’t really gained any interest in how to do other stuff in the shell.
Anyway: check (my own) https://www.endbasic.dev/ which I’ve written precisely for the situation you describe :) You would actually have to /write/ the games first though!
FLaNK Stack for 25 September 2023
17 projects | dev.to | 25 Sep 2023
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Sep 2023
Slightly buried: Apache 2.0, written in Rust, https://github.com/endbasic/endbasic/
Definitely an interesting attempt to cut through layers of abstraction and make something that lets people make the computer do useful/interesting things. No idea how well they realize that vision, of course, but good idea.3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Sep 20235 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jun 2022
Correct. They go up to 256. The numbers map to the "typical" X11 colors and the table is here:
I've thought about adding other ways of specifying colors, like COLOR "#aabbcc". Would that be useful/interesting?
Does this exist already? A converter from MS BASIC to Rust
2 projects | /r/rust | 14 Jun 2023
Or you could use https://www.endbasic.dev/
TwinBASIC is a modern BASIC compiler
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 May 2023
EndBASIC is a free implementation that is written in Rust. It's more focused on the DOS based BASICs than VB-styled ones.3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 May 2023
Somebody else brought it up in a separate comment, but because you specifically ask about the Raspberry, I'll mention EndBASIC (https://www.endbasic.dev/) here again :)
Supporting this platform has been a primary goal of mine, and in fact, one of the features (GPIO) only works on the Raspberry Pi today :) But there is a long road ahead. My vision is to create a minimal Linux image that boots straight into EndBASIC, and extend EndBASIC to give you more control of the Pi's hardware. The idea is to truly mimic the old C64 experience, but leveraging the power of modern hardware / infrastructure.
Learning BASIC Like It's 1983 (2018)
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Mar 2023
Agree with the author’s thesis of how the folks that “grew with computers” have an advantage over those approaching them now, in terms of understanding the inner workings. I’m not sure that this matters much in terms of solving actual problems though, which is probably a good thing.
But I somehow find it a little bit sad that this is the case, so I’ll plug my own https://www.endbasic.dev/ because it’s very fitting in this context :) I’ve been building it precisely as a way to understand everything that’s going on (although it’s still far from fulfilling that promise).
Also, buried in the article is a reference to the https://10print.org/ book. I recently came across it at HPB and it has been a pretty entertaining read. Couldn’t believe there was so much to write about such a simple little program!
What are some alternatives?
WinREPL - x86 and x64 assembly "read-eval-print loop" shell for Windows
duckduckgo-locales - Translation files for duckduckgo.com
natalie - a work-in-progress Ruby compiler, written in Ruby and C++
mb-sound - A library of simple Ruby tools for processing sound.
cemu - Cheap EMUlator: lightweight multi-architecture assembly playground
mp4 - MP4 library, CLI tool, server
ClassicUO - ClassicUO - an open source implementation of the Ultima Online Classic Client.
Rust-Game-Template - Rust template for a 2d retro type game 🎉🕹
objstor - object store