It's a ball of Erlang I threw together in a frenzy, and while it's served it's purpose well, I'm ready to move to something a bit easier to edit and grow.
Screencap of WIP:
At least, Nim, as I get used to some of it's quirks, seems to be more fun to write than Go. Granted, I'm probably handling errors less correctly than I would in Go. But, not having to think about them all the time is a nice break.
And, for some reason, following the compiler errors is easier than in Go or Erlang
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