~sforman

~sforman/Xerblin

An experiment in user interface design.

~sforman/simple_snek

Almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea.

~sforman/joytest

Simple test harness for Joy interpreters.

~sforman/ronrhea

A static "River of News" site generator.

~sforman/EcoLivingCatalog

A catalog of tools and techniques for living in harmony with Nature.

~sforman/PythonOberon

An emulator written in Python for Prof Wirth's RISC processor for Project Oberon.

~sforman/oberonforth

A Forth for the RISC CPU from Project Oberon based on Jonesforth.

~sforman/Thun

Joy in Prolog

~sforman/Bliss

Joy interpreter in Nim

~sforman/Prolog-Junkyard

A collection of code and lore gathered from various sources.

~sforman/Pagemage

Yet another static site generator. This one in GNU Prolog.

~sforman/sv

This is a simple file format for storing tabular content.

~sforman/PrologOberon

Some Prolog code for the Oberon Project.

~sforman/SpaceGame

One Sunday I was messing around with Godot engine doodling and made a kind of "physics toy" (calling it a game would be too much, although it's a lot of fun.) There's a space ship, some asteroids and a little star. And that's pretty much it. You can fly around and bounce off of things. I didn't implement any collision logic, so everything is indestructable. You can herd asteroids, or bounce off the sun!

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