Let's get programmy!

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Is Assembly the best programming language?

Yes
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9%
Oh God my eyes
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9%
Oh God my brain
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38%
I perform unholy incantations to keep Assembly at bay
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13%
Real men write binaries by hand
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31%
 
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Akonyl » February 10th, 2013, 1:55 pm

unless there's something super specific you're looking for in an Uno bot, I don't see why you'd convert the source anyway rather than just using it as-is

but yeah, that's why you can find Uno bots in so many places, not like a bunch of people just independently made their own Uno bots :P
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » February 13th, 2013, 8:35 am

My new project is finally comming up.
Totally excited about this one.
Porint NetBSD to the processor I wrote the GCC backend for :P
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This will be my masters thesis subject and a subject for some bachelor thesises. And I am in charge of everything *glomp*
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby ranger » February 17th, 2013, 11:52 am

Who can quantum physics in here?
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Akonyl » February 17th, 2013, 12:21 pm

as long as I don't answer, I'm in a state of knowing and not knowing quantum physics at the same time.

(I can't quantum physics :V)

but, what for, anyway?
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby ranger » February 17th, 2013, 12:27 pm

I dun know how to do this one HW problem regarding gamma rays and I wanna watch Nichijou and sleep.
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby ranger » March 5th, 2013, 6:07 pm

I wanna work, no mo school
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Akonyl » March 5th, 2013, 7:34 pm

if I could go to college as a permanent job I totally would, college was pretty sweet.

and on topic I guess: I still hardly ever touch my hobby game, but when I did I got map transitions and stuff working and reworked a few things, which is pretty coo

pity there's that whole "job" thing which makes me not wanna program when I get home :I
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kirbypepe » March 6th, 2013, 9:34 am

Akonyl wrote:if I could go to college as a permanent job I totally would, college was pretty sweet.

and on topic I guess: I still hardly ever touch my hobby game, but when I did I got map transitions and stuff working and reworked a few things, which is pretty coo

pity there's that whole "job" thing which makes me not wanna program when I get home :I


Haha this =X Every day after work I think "oh man I could do this and this, or make this game and work on this mechanic" but then =X "Man that requires me to program which I've done all day, I want lazy time"
Howdy Everyone=]

Things are fantastic. How about for you?

Thats cool.

Wait I just realized, who am I talking to????
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » March 6th, 2013, 12:22 pm

Over the last few weeks I've been up all night and sleeping all day :D
The time I am awake I am (still) porting the Gnu Binutils (The documentation on that stuff soooo daaammnn awesome) /ironie off
The first milestone is already reached (a working GCC for the CPU my professor designed) ~ Why is this so much fun to me while everybody else calls me crazy?
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby ranger » March 7th, 2013, 8:37 am

Akonyl wrote:if I could go to college as a permanent job I totally would, college was pretty sweet.

and on topic I guess: I still hardly ever touch my hobby game, but when I did I got map transitions and stuff working and reworked a few things, which is pretty coo

pity there's that whole "job" thing which makes me not wanna program when I get home :I


If grades didn't matter, sure.  There'll be lot of things to miss in college, but making money and living a life that's a lot less stressful is something all engineers want
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » March 11th, 2013, 12:49 am

Now even the toolchain (assembler, linker and stuff) is working.
I managed to build a libgcc :)
Now ld wants a crt0.o

Hmm…
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » September 24th, 2013, 12:05 pm

Compiler is fully working and a dummy NetBSD kernel can already be build *happy*
Oh this is so damn awesome :)
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » December 4th, 2013, 11:11 am

Anybody around here knows his or her way around with binary file analysis?
I got my hands on the new Kindle Fire HD 2013 - rooted it and am currently trying to make some sense of the bootblocks :)
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Re: AW: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » December 5th, 2013, 1:55 pm

Got a new plan, i will try to find out what the bootloader is loading and will replace that :)
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Re: Let's get programmy!

Postby Kogorou » July 22nd, 2014, 1:09 pm

Seems I am the only one keeping this thread from dieing :)

Well I will get my Masters Degree by the end of September - if anything goes according to plan :) :)

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