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GameGround - multiplayer platform for strategy games.

Java web start is needed to install GameGround client. Java web start comes with newer versions of java. Once you have Java Web start installed, you can just follow the link below to install GameGround client. After GameGround is installed, Windows users can add it to their start menu. Note to Linux/Unix users: Java web start is broken on many unix systems.

GameGround client for Java Web Start


If clicking on the link doesn't start the client, then try typing
"javaws http://codestation.org/jnlp/gg.jnlp" at a command prompt.

And for those pure souls behind brain-damaged proxies there is an alternative start location.

(HTTPS based) GameGround client for Java Web Start


If clicking on the link doesn't start the client from alternative location, then try typing
"javaws https://codestation.org/jnlp/gg-ssl.jnlp" at a command prompt.

huginn - język programowania bez psikusów, tak prosty że każde dziecko może go opanować.
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git clone https://codestation.org/repo/huginn.git
git clone https://github.com/AmokHuginnsson/huginn.git
git clone https://bitbucket.org/huginn/huginn.git

Huginn is a computer programming language with following traits:

  • interpretedmultiplatform, what you type is what you got
  • imperativeuse statements to change a program's state
  • functional stylefunctions, lambdas and closures are first class citizens
  • object orienteduser defined types, composition, inheritance, exceptions
  • introspective, non-reflective type systemuser defined types are fixed and immutable at runtime,
    no monkey patching
  • strongly typedabsolutely no implicit value conversions and no implicit type coercion
  • dynamically typedfinal type consistency checks are done at runtime
  • duck typinga set of members determine the valid semantics of a type
  • no quirks guaranteesemantics is consistent across types in all contexts
  • support arbitrary precision calculations per built-in type precision is restricted only by the amount of hardware resources
  • interpreter/executor trivially embeddable in C++ code
    #include <yaal/tools/hhuginn.hxx>
    void foo( HStreamInterface& src_ ) {
    	HHuginn h;
    	h.load( src_ );
    	h.preprocess();
    	if ( h.parse() && h.compile() && h.execute() ) {
    		cout << "ok" << endl;
    	}
    }

Example program written in Huginn language:

Editor (vim) - pow.hgn (Try it online!) [+line no]
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#! /bin/sh
exec huginn -E "${0}" "${@}"
#! huginn

/* First Huginn program. */

import Algorithms as algo;

main( argv_ ) {
	print( "Hello World!\n" );
	argc = size( argv_ );
	print( "number of arguments: {}\n".format( argc ) );
	for ( i, arg : algo.enumerate( argv_ ) ) {
		print( "argv_[{}]: {}\n".format( i, arg ) );
	}
	if ( argc >= 3 ) {
		base = number( argv_[1] );
		exp = number( argv_[2] );
		print( "{} ^ {} = {}\n".format( argv_[1], argv_[2], base ^ exp ) );
	} else {
		print( "Not enough arguments to calculate power.\n" );
	}
	return ( 0 );
}

Output:

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[amok@vegeta](2/1)~/$ ./pow.hgn 3 333
Hello World!
number of arguments: 3
argv_[0]: ./pow.hgn
argv_[1]: 3
argv_[2]: 333
3 ^ 333 = 76098802313205980972042586726503278072789635637207786511701003\
703579163143930619961304414564937852255793535157094995201000183376930256\
6531786879537190794573523