I’m happy that one copy was able to be preserved, and it’s quite amusing to see how “unfinished” the game is.
Hopefully some clever hacking from a group of fans might turn it into a complete game.
It’s a good write-up using Nix[OS] in an unconventional manner for something, despite the subject material maybe being something of a grey area, but I found it a fun read none the less. Hopefully nothing comes back to haunt you about this since the whole decompile drama was seemingly hectic when it first came to light.
I just started flipping through the pages of http://learnyouahaskell.com last night and got hooked in from the first snippets of code. As a Rubyist I’m already in love, can’t wait to keep reading it through.
Learn You a Haskell is a pleasant read. If you need additional reading after it (which I definitely did), check out Real World Haskell which has more in-depth topics as well. Hope you have fun!
Not a very large website, but it’s published entirely with Racket on GitLab CI using the xml library for publishing and my own suite of functions to generate xexpr snippets. I write about code, Linux, games, and I’m trying to work on some voxel art sooner or later.
Curious to give this a try and see how it differs from the other Doom4 conversion mod Doom4Doom.
While I look for work during national emergency, I’ve been creating a tiny MIDI interaction library in Rust for my Novation Launchpad (code). I have a lot of experience working with it from using PureData in the past but Rust opens up some new fresh challenges that I look forward to (MPSC threads for I/O soon).
Hope everyone else is safe and well.
I have two devices I mainly use; one being a Thinkpad T440, and the other being a desktop I built from parts I picked out.
My Thinkpad comes with an older-gen i7 and a 250GB SSD and runs NixOS with 8GB of RAM. Nothing super powerful there, but it feels fantastic to use (aside from a tacky touchpad and not-so-great screen I’d love to replace).
My desktop is an older-gen AMD processor since I built it about 2 years ago. Upon waiting for the Ryzens to come out, I just settled with an FX-8350 which I used to build a friend’s computer with (budget build). I ended up liking the 8350 a lot so I wanted it for myself as it was very cheap. Picked out a mobo, 16GB of ram, 2x240GB SSDs, a 1TB HDD, and my other accessories, and that’s my computer in a nutshell, also running NixOS.