[its-hackers] Muddle package system
eric at swenson.org
Mon Jan 25 15:45:00 CET 2021
I’d say that because to compile, assemble, and run Zork we need a bunch of artifacts from MIT, and because there are other runtime packages besides the package system that we need for Zork, that it would be neat to get all those dependencies — including the official Muddle package system — from MIT, for Zork.
So I’d say that the main use, in the interim, for the package system is MIGS.
> On Jan 24, 2021, at 23:36, Lars Brinkhoff <lars at nocrew.org> wrote:
> Richard Shiffman wrote:
>> Hi all you muddle users, I am making good progress on creating a
>> temporary Muddle package system up and running.
> Thank you.
> I think the main use cases for this would be to compile Zork, and to run
> MIGS. For Zork we will also need many other things like the compiler,
> assembler, etc. MIGS may be easier; I don't think it has any unmet
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