Here are my projects for the future:
- I'm very very lazy, both in designing and in programming. But
since the day an eMac has become my computer, I planned to rebuild
Galaxies for Mac, making it Aqua-styled and maybe more performant.
Of course I had to learn Objective-C, before that (and I discovered happily that Richard Stallman,
one of my favorite thinkers, had developped one the gcc engines for the
Objective-C runtime system). At this time I'm developping the classes
that encapsulate the galaxies behaviour.
- I planned to write two programs for writing and maintaining
software for the HP-11C and HP-15C calculators. These programs should
1) execute any source file (like a UNIX interpreter), 2) output sources
in an embellished form. Their behavior should replicate that
of the original calculators, so that any program may be designed and
implemented with an editor and an interpreter on a computer, and
put into the calculator only when its results are well known and
- I'm writing a program to simulate the DCTS operating system
and the BASIC language as it was in 1966, when Kurtz and Kemeny wrote
their third version of the BASIC programming language for the students
of the Dartmouth College. The DCTS simulator (already written) is in
bash, the BASIC interpreter is in C, and it is complete, lacking only
the DIM/MAT functions. Soon they will be uploaded as software. Look in
the main page...
- Others to come...