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by alec @ Wed Jul 24 21:17:18 EDT 2019


2021 Update

Last month, I released a Chocolate Doom port for TempleOS. You can view the source here. Over the past few days, I have been working to get HOPPY running in the browser, using the v86 emulator. If you are interested, click here to try out one of the earliest publicly released ancestors to TempleOS.

by alec @ Wed Aug 4 02:49:43 PM EDT 2021


2020 Update

I have rehosted my old git repos here for anyone who might be interested in their contents. For the moment, everything is as it was 3 years ago, aside from a few updates to relocate external links to the new site. In the coming weeks, I will be creating additional repos for previously unreleased and offline content, as well as consolidating the old/new Erythros repos. If there's anything in particular you'd like me to locate, feel free to msg me.

by alec @ Thu Jul 9 09:17:38 EDT 2020


RedSea Explorer v0.6

An updated version of RedSea Explorer is available, which adds the option to select a specific RedSea partition on a hard disk image. RedSeaExplorer-0.6.zip 2019-08-02 (978733 bytes)

by alec @ Fri Aug 2 10:37:50 EDT 2019


redsea-mount for Linux (and maybe macOS)

This is a very quick and dirty hack to my old isoc-mount utility for linux, updated for people like me who just want to mount RedSea partitions from hard disk images to extract files, similar to the RedSea Explorer utility I wrote for win-x64 in C# many moons ago. redsea-mount.tar.bz2 2019-07-24 (4064 bytes) To mount a RedSea hard disk image: # qemu-nbd -c /dev/nbdX image.ext # redsea-mount /dev/nbdX <partition_num> <mount_point> Unmount: # fusermount -u <mount_point> # qemu-nbd -d /dev/nbdX It's read-only. If you're looking for a utility to copy files in to your TempleOS installation, use isoc-mount to create a ISO.C file. You can grab that here.

by alec @ Wed Jul 24 22:32:08 EDT 2019