User talk:Calamari

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Programs

helloum 
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charset 
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echoline 
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Editing problem

I disabled the antispam rule that was preventing you from editing BFBASIC. If you run into any other problems like that, please let me know, as I'm the only one who can fix it. --Graue 04:06, 5 Nov 2005 (GMT)

Thanks. --Calamari 04:55, 5 Nov 2005 (GMT)

Languages in need of historical research

23 Aheui:2005? check #esoteric logs AutoMouse Beatnik:<=2001 Boolf*** Bub:wbm 2001, bf=1993, so 1993-2001 Bullfrog:<=2000 Cvlemar:graue says probably 2005 Fm:2005 by r.e.s.? Fortuna:2005? can't find web reference Iag Iota Jot l33t NegaPosi Network Headache:graue says probably 2005 NULL:not in wbm obfuna:2004? ODDBALL OISC:<=1994 (date in this archive http://web.archive.org/web/19990222134121/http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/retro/oisc.shar.gz) PingPong Q-Bal:<=2003 QUATRE-CALC reMorse:<=2000 Revaver REGXY REVERSE:<=2003 Toadskin True:<=2000 TURKEY BOMB Wait:Writeup says it's not a language? XS *W:199_

Bitxtreme:>=2004 (if BIT=2004) COW:<=2003 F*ckF*ck:<=2003 Hello Nil

Page unreachable

"Connecting to calamari.reverse-dns.net..." tested many times during a period of some months --77.181.255.156 17:09, 10 December 2008 (UTC)

Issues With Page

On your Spaghetti page, all the link that's supposed to lead to some example code and the language specification, only lead back to the Spaghetti page on this wiki. The same is also true for your MinISCule page. All the links lead back to this wiki. Could you fix the page so that the links will lead to the correct location? I'm trying to create a language that has similar properties as yours, and I don't want to copy it. Jussef Swissen (talk) 15:31, 21 July 2019 (UTC)

I've fixed the links on the wiki pages, thanks. Good luck and have fun! Calamari (talk) 05:14, 10 August 2019 (UTC)

I'm unfamiliar with MS DOS COM, so when you say "The interpreter is in MS-DOS COM binary format", do you mean the interpreter is written in MS DOS commands, like how you can make a batch interpreter for Windows? Also, could you give me some good resources on learning MS DOS assembly? Areallycoolusername (talk) 02:41, 11 August 2019 (UTC)

Note that the disk image works great under VirtualBox. Added some additional references at the bottom of MinISCule. Calamari (talk) 20:57, 17 August 2019 (UTC)