From the series "code & comment combinations that made me say 'what' quietly but still out loud in front of my computer even though I'm alone in the room":
There are a lot of tools that proudly proclaim their accordance with the Unix Philosophy.
But the more tools I use, I feel that most of them focus on (i) and forget about (ii).
The Unix magic is in the combination, not in the single tool.
We now have a BASIC on http://monkeylang.org!
It's called SharpBASIC, was built by Frank Hoogerbeets, and contains _a ton of features_ that you don't find in a lot of Monkey implementations.
This is amazing https://pagedout.institute/
My Scheme to x86 compiler can now compile let-expressions!
This is so much fun that I'm now basically trying to hack on it every time I find myself with 10 minutes of free time
(If you want to follow along, code & resources are here: https://github.com/mrnugget/scheme_x86)
Read this and (in case you don't do that anyway when you're reading) at each subheadline imagine me slapping the table and screaming "yes! yes! oh god, yes! please! yes!":
Aww yiss, my OCaml got merged!
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