Legacy Code Retreat - Trivia Game codebase
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C# Fixed typos in a comment. Oct 18, 2015
C++ Added C++ version of the game Dec 10, 2011
C-oo-style We now have room for multiple C versions, with different styles. Jul 13, 2017
C-structless We now have a C version written in a different legacy-ish style. Jul 13, 2017
COBOL Initial COBOL version Sep 29, 2013
PowerShell removed semicolons Jun 25, 2012
clojure Add Clojure version Mar 30, 2017
coffeescript Add CoffeeScript compilation to README Oct 27, 2012
d added readme with basic howto compile Dec 15, 2013
fsharp Added F# translation Jun 20, 2012
go Minifying and/or uglifying May 5, 2013
groovy Groovy version of trivia Oct 5, 2013
java Added basic dummy JUnit test Oct 18, 2012
javascript Export Game function for testing. Oct 27, 2012
lua trivia: Added lua version of trivia Oct 26, 2013
objective-c Change SDK to OS X 10.7 and seed random value Aug 24, 2012
perl Add Perl port, cribbed mostly from Python. Nov 4, 2013
php Fixed an unintentional syntax mistake in the PHP version. Nov 23, 2011
python Fix some bugs in python version Jul 15, 2012
reference reference files : the random sequences used to generate the moves and… Oct 11, 2011
ruby Fixed unfair "Chet starts in Penalty Box" bug in Ruby example May 5, 2013
rust Folder structure has been adjusted according to Cargo Oct 31, 2015
scala Use SBT for Scala Oct 27, 2015
shellscript Added shellscript port Apr 14, 2012
smalltalk Add Smalltalk code for Trivia game Nov 4, 2011
swift Added Swift version Oct 26, 2015
vb6/Trivia Copy paste bug. Oops! Feb 17, 2014
.gitignore Moved C#-specific ignore patterns into the C# folder. Oct 18, 2015
LICENSE.txt Added a GPL v3 license. Mar 10, 2014
README.md The README is no longer hopelessly out of date. Oct 31, 2015

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