Oops, forgot to mention that episode 92 of the Jeff Reads His Book #podcast is available! Our heroes have a buffet-style dinner! Now that's high fantasy!
I released my company's internal replacement for Python's buildbot. Built entirely in Fortran, it's designed to replace what we "need" from buildbot. It communicates via #gemini and the titan protocol.
Implemented an inventory window during my Twitch stream today. Not fully functional yet, but a nice addition nonetheless! #rainbow
I had thought my ancient Bt848 capture card was just a bit crappy when trying to capture a DEC #rainbow video signal, but it turned out the video cable I had been trying just sucked.
I'm rather pleased with my request handling in #Fortran for this build service. The convenience functions for pulling out one path component from the url, all wrapped up in a "request" derived type, is making life easy.
I need to use a graphical client in these screenshots. I think they'd be prettier.
Day 4 of writing a replacement for #python's buildbot in #Fortran. Turns out the database module I had planned on using yesterday was drastically insufficient, and I ended up writing a minimal SQLite wrapper in Fortran.
Now I've realized I need at least a minimal template system if I want web (or #gemini) access. So now I'm writing a basic template engine in Fortran...
After hunting down a major indexing error in the code, players can finally interact with signs in my #rainbow game!
Caught myself putting "PgDn" and "PgUp" controls in a #rainbow game... Rainbows have "Prev Screen" and "Next Screen" keys, not that IBM nonsense.