Date: Tue, 20.07.21 02:21
strong like bull, smart like tractor
BP> and vim have lua ?, then whole fidonet package could be writed
BP> in lua
According to google there is a couple versions of lua for termux. I'll install
it the next time I fire up the tablet. Personally all my fidonet scripts are
bash including the two msgs I sent your way from the tablet. I also managed to
add the Old English taglines to the tablet as well so I know my stuff does work
without much modifications -> mostly paths. x86_64-motorshed-linux-gnu is a
regular linux system rather than a cheap knockoff like
MK>> I believe this beats gopher.
BP> not yet
Prove it. I have yet to see a msg coming from your gopher feed. That means
that as things stand today WeBeBashing is VASTLY superior as this reply will
attest to. You have a long ways to go just to catch up, nevermind beat.
BP> make it on termux
Agreed. So far I've ported my bash scripts from x86_64-motorshed-linux-gnu to
aarch64-unknown-linux-android so I am happy that I appear to be knowing what I
am doing. Also using binkd on both to upload/download pkts to/from so that is
covered without any harm to any other transfer protocol such as ftp.
read/write access to those in the know ... just like mom used to do.
Life is good,
... Muþa gehwylc mete þearf, mæl sceolon tidum gongan.
Every mouth needs food; meals should come at the right time.
--- GNU bash, version 5.1.8(1)-release (x86_64-motorshed-linux-gnu)
* Origin: Little Mikey's Brain - Ladysmith BC, Canada (1:153/7001)