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12:37 AM
@BusinessCat Syncing.
@Challenger5 @StepHen I'll take a look tomorrow.
 
@Dennis ok, thanks :)
 
1:05 AM
@Dennis could you please add Shnap? The interpreter is here and hello world is here
 
1:24 AM
@Dennis Thanks!
 
 
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3:32 AM
@Dennis when searching, would it be possible to display language names wider (if the screen supports it) so that it isn't cut off? e.g. 'Visual Basic .NET (Mono)' has the last two characters replaced by an ellipsis even though it's the only language there after typing 'visual' into search, and it looks a bit akward.
 
3:48 AM
Also, @Dennis, can you add F# (.NET Core)?
 
@Pavel @AndrewSavinykh tried that before, but it didn't work.
 
Huh
@Dennis Huh, the particular error I'm getting is "File size limit exceeded"
 
4:06 AM
@Dennis Could you test dotnet new console --language F# && dotnet run, and tell me what happens? Running it in the sandbox causes the File size limit error.
 
@Dennis @Pavel .net core 2 was released a few days ago and F# problem was supposed to be fixed in this release
 
Oooh, cool.
I was a bit concerned because on my system it was erroring out, bot being able to find namespace System.
 
But I I kind of finding myself very busy lately. Not having as much timed as I fish to spend on tio. My current work in progress is re-wamping setup so that you can install only the engine and the subset of languages, but that's of course means untanfling dependencies which is currently all piled up inside a singer dnf install
So I need to go language by language and it's excruciatingly slow
But if I finish then building a docker image won't required 2+ hours and 4+ GB any longer, if we excluded the slowest and biggest languages we can build all that in minutes
I kind of like modularity - upgrade of .net core languages and powershell will also become much simpler
because I won't have 2+ hours testing cycle by it will measure in minutes
anyway, that's all if I have enough stamina to finish that, which is not given
 
4:28 AM
@Pavel when I said f# problem, I mean the one that prevnting us putting it on TIO
I myself have not looked at 2.0 yet
 
4:45 AM
@Dennis can you add Allice ML?
 
 
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10:33 AM
@Dennis Can you pull Charcoal?
 
10:51 AM
Also what's with the "it's complicated" encoding for 7
 
 
4 hours later…
3:01 PM
@Dennis Could you pull Pyke please?
 
3:58 PM
@ASCII-only @muddyfish Syncing.
 
Thanks!
 
 
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5:21 PM
@Dennis Could you add brainbash to TIO? I compiled with gcc brainbash.c main.c -o brainbash
(the master branch, if you're wondering)
 
5:33 PM
@Pavel @ConorO'Brien Added to the list.
 
thanks!
 
That makes ten requests/bug reports. Might take a while.
 
Thanks!
 
so there are 199 esolangs right now. does that make brainbash #200?
 
3 mins ago, by Dennis
That makes ten requests/bug reports. Might take a while.
Looks like something else will take 200
 
5:37 PM
ten requests, not necessarily adding esoteric languages
 
5:48 PM
But at least one is probably a recreational lang.
 
I don't know that, which is why I asked...
 
6:01 PM
At least four of them are recreational. I'm not sure yet what two of them are about.
 
6:23 PM
@Dennis besides hbciht, are there any more languages which need "Hello, World!"?
 
6:34 PM
adjust
emmental
hbcht
i
incident
minimal-2d
snails
spl
surface
tinylisp
trumpscript
woefully
@ConorO'Brien Some of them may be impossible.
 
minimal 2d shouldn't be too hard
 
7:20 PM
@Dennis Incredibly ungolfed Hello, World! in SNUSP: Try it online!, I don't really know what I'm doing or what it's doing so I don't know what's in the tape
 
 
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9:20 PM
codegolf.stackexchange.com/a/106885/69655. Better way to do constants in SNUSP.
@StepHen
 
@StepHen That's alright, I'm not looking for golfed code. Thank you!
 
9:35 PM
@Dennis A normal Brainfuck Hello, World! should work for agony.
 
Is that idiomatic though? I don't really know Agony.
@StepHen @ChristianSievers I've changed the Crystal wrapper to use crystal build. Arguments now work as expected, compiler flags can be passed as such.
 
Maybe a shorter one can be found using the register, I don't know. Being able to address the nybbles individually probably doesn't help.
Wait, looking on esolangs it appears to be self-modifiying, maybe that creates a better Hello, World!
@Dennis Here is an self-reading agony `Hello, World!` I got from esolangs:
https://tio.run/##S0zPz6v8/98mWs8mVkVFRae6ts6mTlO7uk7LQbtapU6rThMIHWx0//8HAA
 
9:55 PM
Yes, that's the one TIO uses. It's missing the comma.
 
10:16 PM
@Challenger5 tio.run/##SylKTUxJLUpN@/8/… Your looping Hello World prints a trailing null byte btw.
@StepHen That's not working for me.
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/opt/width/width.py", line 305, in <module>
    "2100": stack.append(min(stack)),
ValueError: min() arg is an empty sequence
 
11:04 PM
@Dennis Fixed, forgot to add lambda: in front of some new commands. Thanks.
 
@Dennis Yeah, I just realized the thing about the null byte today. It looks like TIO is using the simpler one, though, which I don't think does that (unless my interpreter is broken)
 
11:22 PM
@Challenger5 The simple one works just fine. That's why I picked it.
 
OK.
 
@Dennis Sweet, just in time :)
 

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