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ChatGPT can't into HolyC
holy c isnt a networkable os
HolyC isn't an OS, it is a programming language. TempleOS is plenty networkable.
how to network templeos
Write an ethernet driver, a tcpip stack, and the necessary APIs to implement networked HolyC programs.
so its not networked os
how do chatgpt4 talk to templeos?
>so its not networked os
Any OS is a "networked" os if you're running a network stack on top of it. It doesn't have "built-in" networking (other than the old Comm lib) but then again neither did DOS or Windows 3.0, which can both be networked using third-party software.
>how do chatgpt4 talk to templeos?
You take input from the user, make a POST request to api.openai.com, parse and display the resulting content.
>anything is anything if you just change it
Is an OS running a network stack not networked?
By using a version of TempleOS with a network stack
Where do we find a compatible network stack for Templeos?
You can port the one from Shrine for instance
how to implement an ethernet driver
God is the first and final network nigga, start praying.
is god in templeos?
yes, and in fact nigga; he's in your heart; and in mine too nigga. He loves us.
You can use random numbers to communicate with God. It can be anything. The simplest way is to open a book on a random page and start reading. You can use hardware random-number generators based on entropy from input devices and such, that's what TempleOS uses to generate sequences of random words. You can also go to random.org and get high-quality, atmospheric noise-based random numbers. The possibilities are endless!
To be precise, TempleOS uses an opcode from INTEL processors that counts the cycles since boot.
This function is called GetTSC.
If God wanted networking in TempleOS then St. Terry would have implemented it. You're going to anger God
This is the person you are arguing about advanced programming concepts with.
because its not a big corpo globohomo language
what does chatgpt4 say to templeos
tell chatgpt4 thanks
tell chatgpt4 to add vlsi to templeos
Start coding anon. ChatGPT understands C code. The HolyC compiler takes HolyC and C
Open source your code OP so we can all code for God with AI assistance.
Imagine a better combo. An OS for mentally ill schizos and an AI chatbot that reinforces mentally ill people's mental states.
>calling other people schizos on Bot.info
YWNBARW , 60%
I wired it up to satania-buddy
Reads like cultist shit ngl.
Satania buddy is actually a thing now? I saw a thread talking about creating it ages ago.
When will TempleOS get a proper WM?
How much effort would it take to bootstrap tinyc to work on TempleOS. I’d use it as my main rig but I also need Latex installed
I think that porting a standards-compliant C compiler to TempleOS is going completely against Terry's vision for the system. You are supposed to write your own programs, not port shit. Then again, it didn't stop people from adding networking in. I'm currently working on a C compiler, it's in very early stages of development right now (preprocessor mostly complete, just got variable declaration parsing done today). I might port it to TempleOS sometime in the future because I designed it with absolutely no library dependencies in mind. It currently only runs on 32-bit x86 and ARM Linux and uses pure system calls + some wrappers in assembly to make using them more convenient.
But porting a C compiler is only half the job because the standard UNIX system calls that FOSS programs use just aren't there. And if you are going to add them, you are just remodeling TempleOS into a UNIX system, which is frankly disgusting.
>But porting a C compiler is only half the job because the standard UNIX system calls that FOSS programs use just aren't there. And if you are going to add them, you are just remodeling TempleOS into a UNIX system, which is frankly disgusting.
I’m pretty sure that TempleOS already has a quite equivalent file IO api implemented, if not just straight a UNIX ripoff like it was for MSDoS and Windows
templeos doesn't have pipes last time i checked
Now that TempleOS has networking, it should be straightforward to implement basic pipes on top of sockets
Cool, ask her what different opcodes templeos uses.
Not the answer that you're looking for, at least she tried
it's a skill issue
There isn't a Date or Time function in HolyC. You can get the current CDate with Now and use Date2Struct to do something useful with it.
it's a skill issue
Once again proving GPT is worthless unless it has data to train from
>ChatGPT can't into HolyC
Unsurprising. It's used to computers with demons and HolyC is for God's Great Work.
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