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Matt Iselin

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Site Reliability Engineer at Replit. github.com/miselin
  • BBS Client

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    Made with Go

    This Repl runs a client for a Bulletin Board System (BBS) hosted at https://replit.com/@mattiselin/bbs-server.

    It's a full terminal client - no webpages here. Behind the scenes it uses a websocket to talk to the server (because you can't telnet to a repl).

    If you're logged in to Replit, it should pick up your username automatically. Otherwise you'll be logged in as a guest and have read-only access.

    Have fun!

    Recent comments (44)
    Classfied3D
    Classfied3D
    9 days ago

    wow

    DrDuck2711
    DrDuck2711
    2 months ago

    This is really cool

    Saanvi9
    Saanvi9
    2 months ago

    cool

    DhairyaPatel22
    DhairyaPatel22
    2 months ago

    I want to host my own personnel server and client but how can i do that? I'm new to coding all in all but if someone can help than thx.

    Camofrog
    Camofrog
    2 months ago

    epic app!

  • bazel

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    Made with Blank Repl

    This repl is a quick start for building a project with Bazel, with a C++ example.

    Recent comments (0)
  • C64

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    Made with Nix (beta)

    This is a functional Commodore 64 development environment with demonstration C and ASM programs. A Makefile is provided and the VICE emulator is used to run the system for testing.

    How to Run Programs

    Once VICE loads, at the BASIC prompt:

    LOAD "ASMPROG",8

    Once the program loads, you can type:

    RUN

    to run the program.

    To load the C program, replace the first LOAD with this:

    LOAD "CPROG",8

    Writing BASIC

    You can also type your BASIC programs directly into the emulator, for example:

    10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" 20 GOTO 10 RUN

    Hit the Escape key to stop the program running.

    Save & Load (requires fork!)

    Once you have written a BASIC program in the emulator, you may want to save it.

    The myprogs.d64 disk is loaded as drive 9 in the emulator for this purpose.

    Let's take this BASIC program:

    10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD"

    To save,

    SAVE "HELLO",9

    Once saved, you can load the program again after a restart:

    LOAD "HELLO",9 LIST
    Recent comments (5)
    Spllit
    Spllit
    2 months ago

    I love it!!

    mattiselin
    mattiselin
    4 months ago

    I've added updates today to this version that enable usage of a terminal to access external BBS sites (and other Telnet servers).

    This can be tried out by running:

    LOAD "*",10,1 RUN

    This will load StrikeTerm, a terminal program that you can use to connect to Telnet sites across the internet. The repl also runs a telnetd server so you can log in to your repl's shell from within the emulated Commodore 64.

    Quickstart:

    1. Once StrikeTerm is running, hit M and set the modem to "User Port"
    2. Hit F3 to open the terminal
    3. Type at and hit Enter/Return - if you see ok on the screen, the software is talking to the emulated modem!
    4. Type atdt <server.com>:<port> to connect to server.com:port via Telnet. Many BBS's run on Telnet allowing you to access them via the emulator!

    https://www.reddit.com/r/retrobattlestations/ runs a BBS at bbs.fozztexx.com (atdt bbs.fozztexx.com) that you can try out.

    mattiselin
    mattiselin
    10 months ago

    Update! This is now available in template form here: https://replit.com/@mattiselin/Commodore-64?v=1 - including code intelligence for C code and some other cleanups.

    gbraad
    gbraad
    10 months ago

    Also have a look at the README.md as this offers a build toolchain to deal with asm and and cfiles that get compiled and inserted in a virtual disk.

    You can load the programs with

    LOAD "ASMPROG",8 or LOAD "CPROG",8 followed by RUN to start them...

    ... and all of this without

    READY. LOAD PRESS PLAY ON TAPE LOADING... READY. RUN

    Thanks!

    amasad
    amasad
    11 months ago

    My favorite program to run is the maze: 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10

    Screen Shot 2021-11-23 at 10.50.40 AM

    p.s. don't forget to type RUN after you're done.

  • x64_osdev

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    Made with Nix (beta)

    This is everything you need to get started writing an operating system for x86-64 CPUs - up to putting a "Hello World!" string on the screen.

    Recent comments (2)
    CSharpIsGud
    CSharpIsGud
    1 year ago

    About time replit put something worthy of being in the similar repls on my operating system.

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mattiselin
mattiselin
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BBS Client
BBS ClientThis Repl runs a client for a Bulletin Board System (BBS) hosted at https://replit.com/@mattiselin/bbs-server. It's a full terminal client - no webpages here. Behind the scenes it uses a websocket to talk to the server (because you can't telnet to a repl). If you're logged in to Replit, it should pick up your username automatically. Otherwise you'll be logged in as a guest and have read-only access. Have fun!
#apps
#forum
#bbs
Saanvi9
Saanvi9
cool2 months ago
DrDuck2711
DrDuck2711
This is really cool2 months ago
mattiselin
mattiselin
published a Repl
11 months ago
10
C64
C64This is a functional Commodore 64 development environment with demonstration C and ASM programs. A Makefile is provided and the VICE emulator is used to run the system for testing. How to Run Programs Once VICE loads, at the BASIC prompt: LOAD "ASMPROG",8 Once the program loads, you can type: RUN to run the program. To load the C program, replace the first LOAD with this: LOAD "CPROG",8 Writing BASIC You can also type your BASIC programs directly into the emulator, for example: 10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" 20 GOTO 10 RUN Hit the Escape key to stop the program running. Save & Load (requires fork!) Once you have written a BASIC program in the emulator, you may want to save it. The myprogs.d64 disk is loaded as drive 9 in the emulator for this purpose. Let's take this BASIC program: 10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" To save, SAVE "HELLO",9 Once saved, you can load the program again after a restart: LOAD "HELLO",9 LIST `
mattiselin
mattiselin
Update! This is now available in template form here: https://replit.com/@mattiselin/Commodore-64?v=1 - including code intelligence for C code and some other cleanups.10 months ago
mattiselin
mattiselin
I've added updates today to this version that enable usage of a terminal to access external BBS sites (and other Telnet servers). This can be tried out by running: ``` LOAD "*",10,1 RUN ``` This will load `StrikeTerm`, a terminal program that you can use to connect to Telnet sites across the internet. The repl also runs a `telnetd` server so you can log in to your repl's shell from within the emulated Commodore 64. Quickstart: 1. Once `StrikeTerm` is running, hit `M` and set the modem to "User Port" 2. Hit `F3` to open the terminal 3. Type `at` and hit Enter/Return - if you see `ok` on the screen, the software is talking to the emulated modem! 4. Type `atdt <server.com>:<port>` to connect to `server.com:port` via Telnet. Many BBS's run on Telnet allowing you to access them via the emulator! https://www.reddit.com/r/retrobattlestations/ runs a BBS at bbs.fozztexx.com (`atdt bbs.fozztexx.com`) that you can try out.4 months ago
mattiselin
mattiselin
published a Repl
1 year ago
1
x86_osdev
x86_osdevThis is everything you need to get started writing an operating system for x86 32-bit CPUs - up to putting a "Hello World!" string on the screen.
abirdThePro
abirdThePro
Nice! I’ll try it out! I have tried making an operating system but I never got the emulator to work.1 year ago
mattiselin
mattiselin
published a Repl
1 year ago
1
x64_osdev
x64_osdevThis is everything you need to get started writing an operating system for x86-64 CPUs - up to putting a "Hello World!" string on the screen.
CSharpIsGud
CSharpIsGud
About time replit put something worthy of being in the similar repls on my operating system.1 year ago
mattiselin
mattiselin
published a Repl
1 year ago
15
gba
gbaHere's a quick start using devkitPRO to build a "Hello World" Gameboy Advance game - and then run it in the mGBA emulator.
Xyeiz
Xyeiz
damn very cool i managed to get 2500 fps1 year ago
sojs
sojs
![image](https://storage.googleapis.com/replit/images/1639248354435_427a980b2b48ae83bd3717e92a1e31c7.png) 10 months ago