RetroTxt is the WebExtension that turns ANSI, ASCII, NFO text into in-browser HTML.
I have been using Go since its pre-v1.0 beta-releases days, initially attracted to its minimalism, built-in tooling, strong, statically types, compile, and operational speed. It is the polar opposite of the vast flexibility, expressiveness, and confusion offered with native JS, Node.js, TypeScript, Deno, and their ever-evolving frameworks.
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DOSee is a DOSBox based, MS-DOS emulator for the web.
Snips and code used in entries for The Developer's Tidbits blog.
RetrotxtJS correctly displays legacy ASCII and NFO text on a modern UTF-8 HTML page.
Zipcmt is the super-fast, batch zip file comment viewer and extractor.
Handle legacy text files in a modern, UTF-8 terminal.
Dupers is the blazing-fast file duplicate checker and filename search tool.
Determine your Internet-facing IP address and location from multiple sources.
A tool to dynamically generate the HTML and CSS in use by RetroTxt for The Oldschool PC fonts.
Package bbs is a Go module that interacts with legacy text files encoded with BBS color codes.
Go ports of a few selected CFWheels helpers.
Package sauce is a Go module that parses SAUCE metadata.