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  1. AttorneyOnline/AO2-Client AttorneyOnline/AO2-Client Public

    An off-the-cuff courtroom drama simulator

    C++ 63 54

  2. AttorneyOnline/launcher AttorneyOnline/launcher Public

    The official Attorney Online launcher

    C++ 1 3

  3. AttorneyOnline/AnimatedChatroom AttorneyOnline/AnimatedChatroom Public

    An engine for role-playing games with complex animated sprites and environments

    Python 4 3

  4. uavaustin/orchestra uavaustin/orchestra Public

    Implementation-level repository for UAV Austin

    JavaScript 2

  5. chrislgarry/Apollo-11 chrislgarry/Apollo-11 Public

    Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code for the command and lunar modules.

    Assembly 56.8k 6.8k

  6. The AO2 Rite of Passage The AO2 Rite of Passage
    For epochs, the secrets of how to correctly compile AO2 was buried in the mind of its creator. After over 12 painstaking hours experimenting, compiling, and pacing around my room aimlessly, I succeeded the rite of passage, and I, too, gained the power to compile AO2 into a single executable of less than 10 MB in size.
    I shared this power with great care. But as my involvement in AO2 dwindles and the community yearns for their own clients and their own features, and I look through ZIP files in disgust as dozens of DLLs are strewn all over, I have decided to divulge the secrets of how to compile AO2 statically.