Is it possible to use HolyC as shell in linux?

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  • holyc-compiler

    Discontinued Compiler & tool recreation of TempleOS's HolyC language

  • well to use holyc as a shell you will need an HolyC interpreter with jit compiling. Personally i do not know of such a compiler but you would have a bad experience anyways since holyc is quite templeOS specific. If you still want to try look at this project: https://github.com/Alistair-Bell/HolyC-Compiler it is the most advanced HC compler i know but i am not sure weather it has jit(eg. shell capabilities) why not just use python?

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    Discontinued templeos in userspace

  • maybe give https://github.com/nrootconauto/3Days Linux/Windows HolyC compiler a try

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