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(they/them) a whole lot of stuff y'all are gonna see cant promise anything.

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Re: Varvara One 9 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~rabbits/uxn

Woo! I really like the styling of Varvara One vs just a number :> makes 
it sound more... smth :3
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Re: dusk os 11 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

On 29-05-2023 06:15, 0xtrzy@wp.pl wrote:
> Hello
> dusk os can use utf8?
> 
> Marek

Hi Marek! 2 things:
1st, an answer to your question, not yet! The text is currently rendered 
by the bios text mode, so no utf-8 yet.
2nd, you might have meant to send this to the list, which i have CC'ed, :>

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Re: Uxn sound support 1 year, 17 days ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

> Is DuskOS planning to support sound for uxn applications?
> I've been reading through the documentation and the mailing list
> archives and audio isn't discussed much, if at all.

I don't think that DuskOS proper has audio support yet! If you want, you
could theoretically implement it :>

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Re: ANS Forth? 1 year, 3 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

Well, here's the magic of forth. You could implement those words! Just add the necessary definitions into a file, and then if you wanted to use them, theoretically one could just `f<<? /lib/ans.fs` to use them.

Re: My new iterators might be an innovation 1 year, 3 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

This is fascinating! I love it.

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Re: I'm diving in! 1 year, 4 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

good luck virgil!

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Re: Near/post-collapse networking 1 year, 4 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

> NDN uses some cryptography to validate that a piece of data came from an
> authorized source.  Performing the necessary calculations is likely too
> expensive for something like a 6502, but depending on how hostile the
> outside world is, having at least the option to use cryptography might
> be worth it.
> 

I actually, through a grant from hack club <hackclub.com>, am going to 
be working on a super low-computational power mesh networking system.

The primary use-case is probably going to be social, as I very much 
believe in the power of community post-collapse. The current version 
will basically only run on ESP32's, which are not super collapse 
friendly, but the limitations of the platform should allow for easy-ish

Re: [PATCH] Add a reboot word to the 8042 driver. 1 year, 5 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

>Oh, it's true. I hadn't noticed it. I'll fix this and then try the reboot patch
>again.

np! If you need any other fixes, this seems to be the best till we potentially have ACPI

[PATCH] Add a reboot word to the 8042 driver. 1 year, 5 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

Signed-off-by: Arcade Wise <l3gacy.b3ta@disroot.org>
---
 fs/drv/pc/ps28042.fs | 3 +++
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+)

diff --git a/fs/drv/pc/ps28042.fs b/fs/drv/pc/ps28042.fs
index e1c6f79..db9b0c8 100644
--- a/fs/drv/pc/ps28042.fs
+++ b/fs/drv/pc/ps28042.fs
@@ -28,3 +28,6 @@ code isrIRQ1

\ You need to remap the PIC before calling this
: 8042ps2$ ['] isrIRQ1 $21 setISR 0 _ridx ! 0 _widx ! ;

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Re: [PATCH] Add a reboot word to the 8042 driver. 1 year, 5 months ago

From Arcade Wise to ~vdupras/duskos-discuss

> I see you're cozying up, good :)
Haha yeah, dusk is nice to hack on :3

  I don't think resetting through the 8042 is
> that easy though. In QEMU, when I reboot this way, the keyboard stops working
> after the reboot. Doesn't it do the same for you?

Nope! But if you type before the information thingy "Dusk OS XXXXKB used 
XXMB free ok" the keyboard freezes and doesn't work.

> On osdev, I see some references to A20 line caveats.

Hm, I'll look into that.