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04:13:20 <puzzlet> http://pandora.sapzil.info/dev/obfuscation/file/md5calc.bf
07:57:47 <fizzie_> Heh, uses "Orthogonal Easement Library", can't remeber what that did, but it's got a great name.
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08:16:58 <puzzlet> md5 requires bitwise operations, which are implemented in ORTH.
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17:02:22 <nooga> nah... -.- i will make one tommorow
17:03:12 <calamari_> i worked a little bit on that bf operating system last night
17:03:26 <calamari_> I'm not sure how well my original idea will work
17:05:04 <calamari_> essentially what is needed is a bf where there is memory access to the code space
17:05:42 <nooga> see you next time ;/
17:05:57 <calamari_> otherwise, loading new programs becomes impossible. a side effect is self-modifying code
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18:07:00 <calamari_> puzzlet: are you familiar with brainf***?
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19:15:17 <mtve> calamari: sure he is, he wrote (partial) bf in befunge.
19:16:40 <mtve> http://puzzlet.org/puzzlet/Funge~PuzzletChung/Brainfuck
20:30:43 <calamari_> well, I have a bootable brainf*** interpreter.. now what?
20:31:34 <calamari_> adding instructions to bf seems to be looked down upon
20:32:07 <calamari_> for example, I could add ( ) for previous and next disk byte, and @ to switch between screen/kybd and disk I/O
20:32:53 <calamari_> or I could disguise the addition of new instructions with output sequences
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