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effectus 0.3 : pointer.eff not loop.

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yeah, that's just housekeeping. The last actual changes to the compiler itself appear to be from 2016. So is Effectus considered to be complete now, or it's kind of abandoned ?

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Hi,

 

My apologies, I have been out for a while, so my reply is little late. The project is not abandoned, just postponed. I will continue to develop it very soon.

 

Regards

 

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New version 0.3.1 fixes errors above. Basic support for pointers is back again.

 

Download

 

Output information via -i parameter gives you more info about used variables and other structures.

Also, from now on 64-bit version of Effectus is ready for download.

 

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On 11/2/2019 at 10:26 PM, Gury said:

New version 0.3.1 fixes errors above. Basic support for pointers is back again.

 

 

Hi. I attach Linux version (i386, statically linked, works on anything with glibc2). Mads binary is also included (update - mads binary is no longer necessary - it's been integrated with effectus).

 

Cheers,

W.

 

effectus-0.3.1.tar.gz

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Hi, greblus

 

That's great you successfully compiled code for Linux 🍻 It should work now without the use of Mads binary as it does on Win32/64 platform (it is integrated in Effectus). Can you please confirm this? Thank you in advance!

 

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On 11/9/2019 at 9:48 AM, Gury said:

That's great you successfully compiled code for Linux 🍻 It should work now without the use of Mads binary as it does on Win32/64 platform (it is integrated in Effectus). Can you please confirm this? Thank you in advance!

 

Yes, I confirm and I've re-uploaded the tgz attached to the above message #10 ;). Thanks Gury!

 

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Don't worry about that, it is on my queue :)

I plan some other projects first, then I return to Effectus.

 

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On 10/19/2019 at 2:52 PM, Alfred said:

Is Effectus even still being worked on? Website shows last update was 2016.

New version is on the way. Done from scratch, using new approach of executing code. More on that later.

 

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Don't panic. 

Lean back, have a good cup of Java and wait for the good things to arrive. 

😉

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On 4/4/2020 at 2:05 PM, funkheld said:

Hello the new version ?

thanks

While you're waiting, it is a good time to experiment with assembly language.  At a minimum, you will likely find the need for some assembly language subroutines if you choose a high level language.  You might just find you don't need a high level language at all!

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On 4/4/2020 at 8:05 PM, funkheld said:

Hello the new version ?

thanks

 

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