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mrmakeit last won the day on February 12 2015

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  1. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    I've launched an emulator for working on OS/Programs at the link in the first post. While the UI is a work-in-progress, with this "working" I should be able to start on a proper OS to use with the architecture. If anyone ends up using it, let me know how it turned out.
  2. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    It currently uses Mozilla's Rhino engine. Most ES5 features are supported, but for a complete list of features, check http://mozilla.github.io/rhino/compat/engines.html
  3. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    Just released version 0.5. Now with Callbacks! Turns out Rhino's continuations cause quite a few things to be broken, so now computer.invoke is handled with callbacks and an event loop. Check out the wiki for more info.
  4. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    I've started back up on working on this in my spare time. Should have another, better working, alpha soon. I'll update the first post with more information.
  5. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    Yes, that is correct. I haven't done much work to make any ram/cpu limitations. I wanted to have a working OS first, but life has gotten in the way. I should have more time to work on this around December.
  6. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    Documentation now in the post. Checkout the wiki. Good point. Unfortunately, the lack of documentation extends from the lack of implementation. http://ocdoc.cil.li/tutorial:custom_oses should be a good place to start, since that provides the grounds for OS creation, but otherwise, the only real difference from, say Node.js, is the inclusion of the components object, and the computer object. I'll be sure to post a link to better documentation when I get around to making it.
  7. mrmakeit

    Javascript for Open Computers

    EDIT 2: I've opened a Patreon at https://patreon.com/mrmakeit where I'll post updates. I'll try and cross reference those updates here as well, but I do suggest checking it out as I'll have other stuff there as well. The Open Computers JavaScript arch! No longer are you tied to using a single language for your comps. Dominate others with the Power of JAVASCRIPT! Download / Source / Wiki / Emulator Features: Program in JavaScript Default EEPROM. Drop an init.js on a floppy and go. That's it! ToDo: Still no memory or cpu management, so definently not server safe. Needs an OS. No built in code. You'll need to program an eeprom yourself. This is no longer the case. New alpha will have an usable eeprom now.

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