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Re: Did Flounder's HTTPS Proxy just get a dark mode? 4 hours ago

From alex wennerberg to ~aw/flounder

Flounder has had a dark mode for a while, using the prefers-color-scheme 
css directive 
https://git.alexwennerberg.com/flounder/file/templates/static/style.css.html#l140

supporting this is a relatively new feature for a lot of browsers, so it may be 
simply that your browser recently added support!

Alex

On Wed Nov 30, 2022 at 4:09 AM PST, Andrew Singleton wrote:
> I ask because i went to grab a link for friends (as I'd put a draft of
> my current in progress lite novel on my flounder and noticed rather
> than white background/black text it all looks more... lagrange-y. Far
> more soothing on the eyes.

Re: Tiny Error on Website? a day ago

From Alex to ~aw/public-inbox

Thanks! I fixed the link :)

Alex

> On Nov 28, 2022, at 8:37 PM, Angel Alvarez <Angel.Alvarez@alva.systems> wrote:
> 
> Hey,
> 
> I noticed when I tried to get to this page from alex.flounder.online the href link for "public mailing list" is "vhttps://lists.sr.ht/~aw/public-inbox" with the "v" in front of https, thus making it not work correctly. 
> 
> I do this ALL the time too :p.
> 
> - Angel Alvarez
> 

Hello World a month ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~aw/patches

Welcome to the new public inbox for any changes related to my projects

Re: UF a month ago

From alex wennerberg to ~aw/misc

Looks like that fixed my issue, thanks!

Alex

Re: UF a month ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~aw/misc

include has been working great so far! I had a few questions about dmath.f

1. It looks like the link to 
http://excamera.com/files/j1demo/docforth/nuc.fs.html is broken 
2. I'm having trouble getting m*/ to get the result that I want. I want 
to multiply a double by a 16-bit number but I'm not getting the result I 
expect. The double is 991459 and the 16-bit number is 1980.

8419 15 1980 1 m*/ d.

yields me 1073714682, when I expect 1963088820. 1963088820 shouldn't 
overflow a signed 32 bit number, so I'm wondering why I'm having this 
issue?  I may be misunderstanding m*/

Re: UF 2 months ago

From Alex to ~aw/misc

Thanks, I’ll give it a shot!

Alex

> On Sep 28, 2022, at 4:50 AM, felix.winkelmann@bevuta.com wrote:
> 
> 
>> 
>> Hi Felix -- I created a simple public thread just to share this q+a in 
>> case others had similar questions.
>> 
>> Have you thought about adding an 'include' function to uf.f? I have seen 
>> some forth functions add it and was wondering on your thoughts (like I 
>> said, I'm still relatively new to forth)

Re: UF 2 months ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~aw/misc

Hi Felix -- I created a simple public thread just to share this q+a in 
case others had similar questions.

Have you thought about adding an 'include' function to uf.f? I have seen 
some forth functions add it and was wondering on your thoughts (like I 
said, I'm still relatively new to forth)

Alex

UF 2 months ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~aw/misc

Thread for me to document discussion of the UF project!

http://www.call-with-current-continuation.org/uf/uf.html

Re: UF Version 3 released 2 months ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~rabbits/uxn

Hi Felix --

I had a question about how stdin works in uf. If I have a file like foo.f with the content:

2 2 +

and I redirect it to ufx.rom, e.g.

uxncli ufx.rom < foo.f

I no longer see the prompt afterwards. How can I still see the prompt 
after reading input from the command line?

BTW -- is there a better place than this thread I can ask q's like this?

Re: UF Version 3 released 2 months ago

From Alex Wennerberg to ~rabbits/uxn

Hi Felix, I have a question if you don't mind (hope this is the best 
place for it?)

I'm looking to store a byte literal in a uf program, kind of like this 
example in uxntal:

https://git.sr.ht/~rabbits/uxn/tree/main/item/projects/examples/demos/dvd.tal#L61

I notice that most of the examples in your uf code write each byte with 
c, -- eg 00 c, 1f c,

I was wondering if there was some simpler way to use metaprogramming of 
some sort in order to write bytes directly to a word definition. 
something like: