The assembler is written in about 400 lines, it's designed to help bootstrap the Uxn ecosystem and to demonstrate the concept of a personal one-page computer concept. The goal is for Driflim's source code to be released as a print-friendly document, along with its assembled hexadecimal data and the napkin definition of the Uxn virtual machine.
# from uxnasm uxnasm src/drifblim.tal bin/drifblim.rom # from drifblim.rom uxncli bin/drifblim.rom src/drifblim.tal
If do not wish to assemble it yourself, you can download drifblim.rom.
LISTDisplays a list of all available routines.
PRINT/PRINT2Prints the value at the top of the stack.
MOD/MOD2Pushes the modulo of X and Y, onto the stack.
ABS/ABS2Pushes the absolute value of X, onto the stack.
RAND/RAND2Pushes a random value between 0 and X, onto the stack.
QUITTurns off the system.
mouse2Inject mouse position into input.
Drifblim is strong enough to lift Pokémon or people but has no control over its flight. This causes it to drift with the wind and end up anywhere.