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Do you have Visual Studio?
I have Xamarin, an equivalent.
@FlagAsSpam If you can run mainform.cs, that should probably do it
From the .sln file
Uhhh... Not sure how to target like that.
(I don't use this language halp)
Compile and run the SLN file with MSBUILD or XBUILD (the latter is if you use Mono as the compiler)
1:17 PM
Welp...woke up to 0.5-1 inch of snow and some ice on the ground and on my car. Definitely wasn't expecting that. But my time in Rochester proved quite useful. :D

/private/var/vtcakavsmoace/Downloads/EsotericIDE-master/EsotericIDE.sln (default targets) ->
(Build target) ->
/private/var/vtcakavsmoace/Downloads/EsotericIDE-master/Src/EsotericIDE.csproj (default targets) ->
/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/4.2.1/lib/mono/4.5/Microsoft.Common.targets (GenerateResources target) ->

	/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/4.2.1/lib/mono/4.5/Microsoft.Common.targets: error : Tool exited with code: 1. Output: Error: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.
(Last winter was the first winter that I had my car with me, and we got a LOT of snow over the course of the winter. Several feet.)
@mınxomaτ Tried, but it didn't like it.
@FlagAsSpam If you know what CS file has the entry point, try mcs file.cs and see if it throws the same error (or just download VS to save trouble)
I doubt though that Mono supports forms if they are used in the project in any compley way.
@mınxomaτ You can use VS Community Edition 2015 to save money also!
1:20 PM
@mınxomaτ How would I find out which cs file has the entry point?
@zyabin101 Yes.
@FlagAsSpam It has the Main(...) method.
I can words good, what are you talking about?
>grep -lR "Main" .
I tried running these, none worked.
The only error I'm getting (so far) is "out of memory".
Well, no, sorry, for the .sln, I'm getting that.
I'm throwing 49 or so errors on the rest.
@FlagAsSpam EsotericIDE.csproj or EsotericIDEProgram.cs is what you need.
1:30 PM
>mcs EsotericIDEProgram.cs
EsotericIDEProgram.cs(2,14): error CS0234: The type or namespace name `Drawing' does not exist in the namespace `System'. Are you missing `System.Drawing' assembly reference?
EsotericIDEProgram.cs(6,22): error CS0234: The type or namespace name `Forms' does not exist in the namespace `System.Windows'. Are you missing `System.Windows.Forms' assembly reference?
EsotericIDEProgram.cs(7,7): error CS0246: The type or namespace name `RT' could not be found. Are you missing an assembly reference?
System.Windows. ಠ_ಠ
@FlagAsSpam Mono doesn't do Forms (so well), cause Forms are not part of the ECMA standard. Use VS.
sigh #cantbuyanything
VSC is free.
Is it?
1:39 PM
When I say VSC I mean Visual Studio Community, not Visual Studio Code.
Link? :P
You can't be bothered, can you...
sigh Fiiiine. xD
Thank you. xD Sorry.
1:41 PM
holy shit 12 flags
yeah, this room:

 You Are Here

Chat room for Travel.SE travel.stackexchange.com
@mınxomaτ I have Mac...
And how should I have known that?
1:45 PM
This is true. Sorry. :P
Is there a Mac alternative? I didn't see one on the page.
Visual Studio Code
and some config workarounds
@Quill That's not a compiler.
Will this work on Windows 10?
I have a Virtual Machine with that on it.
He has to use MSBUILD or Mono to compile, and Mono doesn't support Forms in the extent needed. So he has no option.
@FlagAsSpam Do you have parallels?
@mınxomaτ No, VirtualBox.
(I'm extremely cheap)
1:47 PM
@FlagAsSpam Good enough.
> Goof enough.
That made me cry a little.
So, that'll work, then?
Of course, why wouldn't it?
Install Windows -> Install VSCommunity -> Live happily ever after
I think they were trying to promote their chatroom.. an SE wide promotion..
@mınxomaτ no, but there's compiler workarounds like I said... VSCode just has a better C# resolver
(YAH peeps)
1:59 PM
Look what I found.
where did you find that
the page source didn't show it for me
The Chat page.
Do a text lookup for Cthulu functions. :D
why would someone do that?
this is weird
← Star this if you want another user to thank bots instead of @zyabin101.
2:01 PM
the code references superuser, gaming
I'm asking meta.
@FlagAsSpam It's Cthulhu!
are we having another stack egg?
window.ASTEROIDS || (window.ASTEROIDS = {
            "enemiesKilled": 0
        }), Vector.prototype = {
            "cp": function() {
                return new Vector(this.x, this.y)
and they want super user and CR to not graduate in there at least?
try the konami code!
2:03 PM
var eventKeypress = function(t) {
    return t = t || window.event, -1 != indexOf([code("up"), code("down"), code("right"), code("left"), code(" "), code("W"), code("A"), code("S"), code("D")], t.keyCode || t.which) ? (t.preventDefault && t.preventDefault(), t.stopPropagation && t.stopPropagation(), t.returnValue = !1, t.cancelBubble = !0, !1) : void 0
8 directional presses N! Not b!
Which buttons act as the B and A buttons here? Kappa
there's a reference in here to that SO question on Regex and HTML
here's the unminified version:
@Quill How to run it?
idk yet
2:08 PM
there's a Wheel Of Blame function in there
Q: What on EARTH is this eggs.js thing?

FlagAsSpamSo, whilst perusing the src for the chat.Travel.SE page to see if the background of the bottom chat bar showed where you were in the world (which would be cool, feature-request), I found a handy little JS file called eggs.js. It had some pretty interesting stuff in it, such as Eggs.Asteroids and...

@Optimizer Wat.
wheel of blame Geobits theme song
in Tavern on the Meta on Meta Stack Exchange Chat, 1 min ago, by Quill
@balpha care to comment on eggs.js?
we'll see ^
its actually a nice song
is it original?
Run before it's too late! The <center> cannot hold it is to-- Kappa
2:11 PM
insert coin
uh guys
Q: What Easter Eggs do the chat sites have?

MosheAccording to balpha, the SE chat sites may have individual Easter eggs, depending on the site. If you find them, please post. Edit: Because it's so easy to make this stuff up, a screenshot as proof would be nice. (Although Photoshop ain't that hard either...)

@FlagAsSpam {F1}1
Oh, eggs.js isn't here.
we don't deserve eggs
2:14 PM
@Optimizer We have no unique styling as we are still in beta.
@FlagAsSpam even if you paste it into console, nothing seemed to be happening
the onebox loader animation happened, but then nothing after
@Quill [status-open]
Oh, I'm posting a reply.
2:20 PM
Oh, hey, can anybody help me with a little Philosophy homework? I have to interview someone, anyone, on their opinions on a few philosophy things. Shouldn't take too long.
@FlagAsSpam you talking philosophy like Plato, Kant?
like asking me what I consider to be moral?
No, asking what you consider to be the meaning of life and related things.
"THE HARD QUESTIONS" was literally the title of this unit. Caps included.
2:37 PM
So... anyone for some philosophy?
As long it is no spam.
It is no spam.
@zyabin101 [tag:status-open] =
[meta-tag:status-open] =
2:47 PM
@flawr [meta-tag:status-quo] is not valid. :P
is valid
A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

Nathan MerrillIterating through Doubles This challenge is relatively simple: You are passed two floating point numbers, a and b; you must print every floating point in between in order. I don't care if your output includes a or b. You can choose to include/exclude them if you wish. For my examples, I wil...

@NewSandboxedPosts Thank you!
2:51 PM
And welcome @zyabin101 to the post of thanking bots!
21 hours ago, by Dennis
← Star this if you want @RikerW to stop thanking bots.
I think RikerW has had been banned from this chat.
@flawr I mean, it's not a valid developer's tag on meta.
@flawr Yes :P
2:56 PM
Is there a way to make linked tags?
@flawr He isn't banned! He's here! PogChamp
I know he's back, but I think he has been banned for a while, ircc.
Nope: Still here... :P
And I beat him in the person disappearment!
Haven't been banned, just busy with chem.
2:57 PM
@flawr It's IIRC!
I've posted a total of 2 answers to challenges that were not my own.
@flawr WTF??????? 16 STARS????
@NathanMerrill 3, beat you. :P
People seem to agree.
Yeah, well the message with the most stars ever in chat has 69, so I just might keep going...
2:58 PM
@RikerW What is that message?
Also, I since then have taken the post of thanking bots.
@flawr It's funny, but I didn't star it so I don't infect the sidebar.
A: The Many Memes of PPCG

DoorknobMeme: chat stars Originator: Unknown Cultural Height: Always Background: Chat (and/or Alex A.) likes to star some strange things: "Also why on earth did 3 people star my message about not seeing replies on mobile? o.O" —Martin Büttner (this message proceeds to get 13 stars) "I see." —Optimiz...

@flawr that's a good replacement for carets. it points right to whatever you want to second!
Oops, 71 stars on that... :P
And everbody stars it when quartat says he is an idiot.
3:01 PM
on my screen, that zalgo is touching the B of The Nineteenth Byte chatroom name
It isn't a zalgo i think...
Does anyone else think we are known to the SE team as "the people who keep bugging them about graduation"?
we dont bug them
we only bug ourselves
Oh god, please unstar.
@flawr please delete?
probably too late
Yes, too late.
3:06 PM
mornin' @Dennis
Good morning!
@quintopia try now
@quintopia Did you see the Jelly answer?
@Optimizer it gets more hypnotic the deeper you make it go by crossing your eyes
@Dennis yes. it was good.
@Mego The "fixed" version is way less cool.
3:08 PM
I learned things
Would have been two bytes shorter with last night's update.
@Dennis I have stopped thanking the bots...
\o/ \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/ \o/
@RikerW that assumes you know who the bots are
@Dennis linky linky?
3:09 PM
@NewMainPosts, @NewSandboxedPosts, @NewMetaPosts, @AlexA. I give one final thank you for all your hard work that is to come.
@RikerW i'll take your place :D
@quartata I like your stackexchangemulticollidermicroavatar! Are you wearing an evolve into nothing hat?
@quintopia dennis's wrath be opon you...
A: 9 Deaths of the Ninja

DennisJelly, 30 28 26 bytes »0o⁴+ ;@ñ\<1S_9«0N“dead”×? Try it online! How it works ;@ñ\<1S_9«0N“dead”×? Main link. Input: e (events), h (initial health) ;@ Prepend h to e. ñ\ Reduce the resulting array by the next, dyadic link. This ret...

@zyabin101 It's just a blended version of a regular glider
3:10 PM
@quintopia Sorry, I've already taken your place D:
@zyabin101 oh okay. fine with me.
@quartata No offense, but I think it looks stupid.
@Dennis nice
-1 too pink.
@RikerW It's supposed to
Also it clearly doesn't look like pink
Or something.
3:11 PM
Oh, and @quartata I didn't burn your house down, I burned Phi's. I fixed it though.
@RikerW oh ok
Where is your house?
It's a trap!
3:17 PM
I don't even remember
I'm not whitelisted anymore though so I suspect it's been dismantled by someone and my junk taken
I should try to play again
What are you talking about?
MC Escher?
I still don't know what that is about.
I still don't know what Minecraft is.
Seriously, I don't.
his junk is taken
some stupid plebian game that somehow managed to become the #1 best selling PC game of all time
@quartata It's a generator for readable hashes of text! Great experiment quartata.
> adderstone
I wonder what that is
An adder stone is a type of stone, usually glassy, with a naturally occurring hole through it. Such stones have been discovered by archaeologists in both Britain and Egypt. Commonly, they are found in Northern Germany at the coasts of the North and Baltic Seas. In Britain they are also called hag stones, witch stones, serpent's eggs, snake's eggs, or Glain Neidr in Wales, milpreve in Cornwall, adderstanes in the south of Scotland and Gloine nan Druidh ("Druids' glass" in Scottish Gaelic) in the north. In Egypt they are called aggry or aggri. Adder stones were believed to have magical powers such...
It gets weirder
3:26 PM
@quartata is this some fancy compression method?
@quintopia No, it probably generates readable hashes for text.
@zyabin101 why would that be included?
I don't know. @quartata!
11 hours ago, by Dennis
My new method uses an English dictionary. It encodes 2-5 letter words, with an optional leading space in 2.12 - 2.32 bytes, and longer words in 2.56 - 2.76 bytes.
@Dennis this is good compression
3:28 PM
Quite golfy and, apparently, rather entertaining.
Jelly now has the shortest, non-cheating Hello World. For comparison, Japt w/shoco gets to 11 bytes.
A: "Hello, World!"

DennisJelly, 8 bytes “3ḅaė;œ» Try it online!

@Dennis so it encodes punctuation too?
@Dennis Wouldn't using "«" as the beginning delimiter for compressed strings be better? That way you can leave off the ending guillemet
@Dennis How do you print the alphabet in Jelly?
@Dennis Is it a Huffman code drawn from some large lexicon, or just indexes the dictionary in order?
@Dennis Now your language is called yipee]z aahs! Kappa
3:32 PM
Man these downvotes on my meta answer are confusing. They're basically saying "yes a challenge that said 'recreate the mona lisa most upvotes wins gogogo'" is OK...
@quartata maybe people think that's okay
I think it's more of a "once it has one downvote it needs to be downvoted" thing.
Meta downvotes are not the same as main downvotes though.
@Dennis Pretty good stuff.
3:51 PM
@quartata is your avatar evolving over time? Looks like I missed a few steps...
@trichoplax I don't think it looks as good anymore.
@RikerW There are no rules against going back to a previous avatar (I did...)
@Dennis s/non-/less-/ Would you consider it cheating for an interpreter to include a command H which outputs "Hello" and W which outputs "World" and writes "Hello, World!" as H, W! to be cheating?
@zyabin101 Regarding your comment on that markup language challenge:
@nicael this is intentional, without it the challenge would be way obvious. — zyabin101 Jan 2 at 9:37
I don't think it is as obvious as you think it is.. I could be wrong but as far as I can tell this is a context-sensitive grammar
Regex would be helpful but it wouldn't solve the problem immediately I wouldn't think
@quintopia Yes, you can encode arbitrary strings of printable ASCII.
10 hours ago, by Dennis
@Sp3000 Words are ordered alphabetically and split into dictionaries of short (5 letters or less) and long words. For example, doorknob is at index 56926 in long, so we can encode it as 6 × 56926 + 1, convert to bijective base 250 and look up the corresponding chars of Jelly's code page. For Doorknob, we need to change case, so it's 18 × 56926 + 2.
@Adnan There's no sane way right now. As a rule of thumb, if you think about any feature involving strings, Jelly doesn't have it yet.
@Dennis Why not a single dictionary sorted in shortlex order? wouldn't that result in smaller numbers?
@trichoplax No, the pattern on @quartata's avatar is not a child of the glider. A child of it is as follows.
@quintopia My point is that Jelly doesn't use any hello-world built-ins. “RsẈḄ,#ʠU» prints Greetings, Planet! in only two more bytes.
@quintopia I tried, and it seems to be longer in general.
4:22 PM
@zyabin101 I know :) I was joking, imagining it being a small window on a much larger pattern...
@Dennis it's a very limited definition of cheating ;)
It's only cheating if it outgolfs Jelly.
4:41 PM
Woo! I found a wire crossing!
@PhiNotPi pics or it didn't happen
It might take a couple minutes to get a gif.
@PhiNotPi Boult advised that it take a lot of time.
f$#^ I messed something up
@Dennis I like that “Jelly» decodes to yipee....
4:54 PM
10 hours ago, by Doorknob
Jelly becomes yipee]z aahs. It's like it's saying "when you first discover Jelly, you will think 'Yipee!', but when you first try to program in it, you will think 'Ahh!'" :P

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