• Pascal projects

    From Buckaroo Banzai@INFINITY to All on Friday, March 31, 2017 15:51:51
    If anyone is interested, I have several projects, all available at SourceForge, that I'll willing to take some collaborators on.

    The first on is called Wycker and it is a BBS Log Analyzer, Archiover and Stats generator. https://sourceforge.net/projects/wycker/ THis one is what I am currently working on and it about 75% complete.

    Next is Serenity and it is a TinyTic/Allfix replacement. https://sourceforge.net/projects/sbbs-serenity/ Haven't started coding on this one yet.

    Next is CorpWars. This is a BBS Door game along the lines of ShadowRun with a few twists. https://sourceforge.net/projects/corpwars/ It is meant to be qa console game and I have not yet started coding this one either.

    Lastly is Firefly. It is meant to be a replacement for Argus/Radius/Taurus. https://sourceforge.net/projects/ftn-firefly/ I have the last code release for Taurus and am looking at converting it from Delphi into Free Pascal/Lazarus and then updating an adding to it.

    I can be reached here, or at Split Infiinty (infinity.synchro.net) or at steven.sheeley@gmail.com

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  • From Deavmi@KK4QBN to Buckaroo Banzai on Saturday, April 01, 2017 11:36:21
    On 2017-03-31 09:51 PM, Buckaroo Banzai wrote:
    If anyone is interested, I have several projects, all available at SourceForge,
    that I'll willing to take some collaborators on.

    The first on is called Wycker and it is a BBS Log Analyzer, Archiover and Stats
    generator. https://sourceforge.net/projects/wycker/ THis one is what I am currently working on and it about 75% complete.

    Next is Serenity and it is a TinyTic/Allfix replacement. https://sourceforge.net/projects/sbbs-serenity/ Haven't started coding on this
    one yet.

    Next is CorpWars. This is a BBS Door game along the lines of ShadowRun with a few twists. https://sourceforge.net/projects/corpwars/ It is meant to be qa console game and I have not yet started coding this one either.

    Lastly is Firefly. It is meant to be a replacement for Argus/Radius/Taurus. https://sourceforge.net/projects/ftn-firefly/ I have the last code release for
    Taurus and am looking at converting it from Delphi into Free Pascal/Lazarus and
    then updating an adding to it.

    I can be reached here, or at Split Infiinty (infinity.synchro.net) or at steven.sheeley@gmail.com

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    Convert to Free Pascal from Delphi (If I am not mistaken it should work
    well as the FPC compiler has a Delphi mode.

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  • From Vk3jed@FREEWAY to Buckaroo Banzai on Sunday, April 02, 2017 07:49:00
    Buckaroo Banzai wrote to All <=-

    If anyone is interested, I have several projects, all available at SourceForge, that I'll willing to take some collaborators on.

    Depending on how my relearning goes, I might be interested in taking a look down the track. Bit early now, but in time.


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  • From jagossel@KK4QBN to Deavmi on Saturday, April 01, 2017 20:33:17
    Re: Re: Pascal projects
    By: Deavmi to Buckaroo Banzai on Sat Apr 01 2017 11:36 am

    Convert to Free Pascal from Delphi (If I am not mistaken it should work
    well as the FPC compiler has a Delphi mode.

    Sounds like FreeBASIC as well: has a "QBasic" mode to compile QBasic code.

    I apologize, I am more fond of BASIC than Pascal. I read Delphi Pascal once, only to conclude that it was not the application that was the problem, but the server that was the problem; so, never wrote in Pascal.

    It is interesting to see that Pascal is still being used to this day; even
    with Free Pascal and Lazuras (spell?) IDE.

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  • From Deavmi@KK4QBN to jagossel on Sunday, April 02, 2017 02:17:25
    Re: Re: Pascal projects
    By: Deavmi to Buckaroo Banzai on Sat Apr 01 2017 11:36 am

    Sounds like FreeBASIC as well: has a "QBasic" mode to compile QBasic code.

    I apologize, I am more fond of BASIC than Pascal. I read Delphi Pascal once, only to conclude that it was not the application that was the problem, but the server that was the problem; so, never wrote in Pascal.

    It is interesting to see that Pascal is still being used to this day; even with Free Pascal and Lazuras (spell?) IDE.

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    Code it, script it, automate it!



    Yeah. It's still used. Atleast Delphi is but I know there are many still doing Pascal (but yeah).

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  • From Vk3jed@FREEWAY to jagossel on Sunday, April 02, 2017 16:26:00
    jagossel wrote to Deavmi <=-

    Sounds like FreeBASIC as well: has a "QBasic" mode to compile QBasic
    code.

    Interesting. :)

    I apologize, I am more fond of BASIC than Pascal. I read Delphi Pascal once, only to conclude that it was not the application that was the problem, but the server that was the problem; so, never wrote in
    Pascal.

    I preferred Pascal. At the time, BASIC was still an interpreted language. Compilers came along later, other than a couple of lesser known ones. By the time a BASIC IDE and nice, structured version came along, I was firmly in the Pascal camp.

    It is interesting to see that Pascal is still being used to this day;
    even with Free Pascal and Lazuras (spell?) IDE.


    Yep. :)


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  • From Deavmi@KK4QBN to Vk3jed on Sunday, April 02, 2017 06:14:32
    Interesting. :)

    I preferred Pascal. At the time, BASIC was still an interpreted language. Compilers came along later, other than a couple of lesser known ones. By the time a BASIC IDE and nice, structured version came along, I was firmly in the Pascal camp.

    Yep. :)

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    In the early days of Pascal it was interpreted but that changed (for the better too).

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  • From Vk3jed@FREEWAY to Deavmi on Monday, April 03, 2017 07:26:00
    Deavmi wrote to Vk3jed <=-

    In the early days of Pascal it was interpreted but that changed (for
    the better too).

    Yeah, interpreted Pascal was before my time though, but compiled BASIC came much later. There was an early DOS BASIC compiler (BASCOM.EXE IIRC) that worked, but it wasn't that common, and I can't recall if there were any limitations compared to using GWBASIC.


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  • From Deavmi@KK4QBN to Buckaroo Banzai on Monday, August 07, 2017 20:54:49
    On 2017-03-31 09:51 PM, Buckaroo Banzai wrote:
    If anyone is interested, I have several projects, all available at SourceForge,
    that I'll willing to take some collaborators on.

    The first on is called Wycker and it is a BBS Log Analyzer, Archiover and Stats
    generator. https://sourceforge.net/projects/wycker/ THis one is what I am currently working on and it about 75% complete.

    Next is Serenity and it is a TinyTic/Allfix replacement. https://sourceforge.net/projects/sbbs-serenity/ Haven't started coding on this
    one yet.

    Next is CorpWars. This is a BBS Door game along the lines of ShadowRun with a few twists. https://sourceforge.net/projects/corpwars/ It is meant to be qa console game and I have not yet started coding this one either.

    Lastly is Firefly. It is meant to be a replacement for Argus/Radius/Taurus. https://sourceforge.net/projects/ftn-firefly/ I have the last code release for
    Taurus and am looking at converting it from Delphi into Free Pascal/Lazarus and
    then updating an adding to it.

    I can be reached here, or at Split Infiinty (infinity.synchro.net) or at steven.sheeley@gmail.com

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    Why not GitHub?

    Sourceforge is eh.

    Idk though. Just my opinion.

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