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An interpreter for the ABaCus esoteric programming language. It is a component for a larger project (gpl-gameprogramminglibrary), but I am developing it independently of the rest of the GPLGPL team so it is being stored here as well as with the GPLGPL code. Repository may be out of date. v1.0 "/": Turing-complete, but definitely a Turing tarpit. Comments supported. Commands can be found at the ABaCus v1.0 wiki page. Completely deprecated; everything from this has been thrown out at this point fo
Piedit is a Graphical IDE and integrated interpreter for the Piet programming language. Piet is an esoteric programming language inspired by Piet Mondrian, where the programs look like abstract art. The colours and arrangement of the pixels control the program flow and operation. For a more detailed explanation, see the Piet Homepage. Written in Python with a GTK interface designed in Glade. Features Create, edit and save Piet programs easily using the UI Run programs using the command line inte
Allows the GNU Image Manipulation Program to read and write Valve Texture Format files on Windows. A relatively simple save options screen is used. To access VTF's more esoteric features make your textures with VTFEdit. There are two GIMP-specific features. You can: Specify a layer to use as the VTF's alpha channel. This bypasses most problems with GIMP's readiness to destroy the RGB data of fully-transparent pixels. Export each layer group to a different VTF file. Store related textures in one
Written by a kid inspired by brainfuck language. The goal was to assist coding brainfuck-like stuff on the go. This is not a strict brainfuck interpreter implementation, but is mainly based on those ideas. As the language itself, the whole project's goal is fun. So have fun!
ZEDED - Nondeterministic Zero Instruction Set Computerâ€” Who's Zed? â€” Zed's dead baby, Zed's dead... ZEDED is an esoteric (read: pointless) nondeterministic zero-instruction VM that interprets at least two raw binary files concurrently. The idea was influenced by nondeterminism, concurrency, ZISCs, the quantum wave function collapse, and Pulp Fiction. ZEDED has no syntax as the language (and machine) has no instructions or opcodes. Essentially, any binary (or hex, for ease of readability) str