PSA: GZDoom, in many respects the leading Doom source port, has a very powerful scripting language called ZScript. It's what 100% of Mr. Friendly was written in. Marrub has documented Zscript extensively and it should be current as of the GZDoom version released just today: https://github.com/marrub--/zscript-doc
Another helpful emacs/elisp trick you might not know of:
Regular expressions are pretty helpful -- but they can be difficult to type and maintain in Elisp, since it requires a lot of escaping.
There's a simple and elegant solution, that's typical to a lisp-mindset: the "rx" macro -- here's an example:
(rx (or ".png" ".jpg" ".jpeg") eos)
Detains can be found under `C-h f rx RET`
"How DOOM fire was done"
After my first few minutes playing around with EXWM, I can confidently say that all of my preconceptions regarding obtrusiveness were unfounded. #emacs really does make a great window manager, and I dig the implementation of simulation keys
@calvin just wanted to say that I really enjoyed reading "Win16 for Fun and (Probably No) Profit" this morning. I've been curious about applications development on older versions of Windows for some time now, and your distillation of the oddities in the Win16 API finally satisfied that curiosity
I prefer AT&T syntax and probably lift more than you do.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko