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Re: RFC/RFS: beef - a flexible BrainFuck interpreter

Here I am again, mentors.

I just released a new version of beef, and created a new Debian package.

The package is both lintian and linda clean, and builds correctly using

* Package: beef
  Version: 0.0.4
  Upstream author: KiyuKo <eof@kiyuko.org>
* URL: http://www.kiyuko.org/beef/
  Licence: GPL
  Description: flexible BrainFuck interpreter

   beef is a BrainFuck interpreter written in C. Its behavior is configurable
   using command-line options, so you can run a lot of BrainFuck programs
   written for other interpreters/compilers without modifications.

   beef gets rid of some historical BrainFuck limitations: for example, the
   length of the memory tape has no limits except for the amount of memory your
   computer has.

   beef's aim is not to be incredibly small or optimized, but to be a flexible
   and pleasant-to-work-with interpreter.

The package is available at the following URLs:

	* http://www.kiyuko.org/debian/beef_0.0.4.orig.tar.gz
	* http://www.kiyuko.org/debian/beef_0.0.4-1.diff.gz
	* http://www.kiyuko.org/debian/beef_0.0.4-1.dsc

You can also APT my "repository" by adding

	deb http://www.kiyuko.org/debian ./
	deb-src http://www.kiyuko.org/debian ./

to your sources.list

Any comment is welcome. A sponsor, even more.


KiyuKo <eof AT kiyuko DOT org>
"Like Russian Rulette with six bullets loaded"

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