The very first push to the Hexcasting Github repo was made about one year ago, on Christmas. Version 0.1.0 was released for Forge on Minecraft 1.18.2 three weeks later, on January 18th.
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… As taught by someone whose experience with type algebra consists of “figuring it out” and “being drip-fed things by Alwinfy.” This is going to be fast and loose.
I guess I’m renaming this series to TCP now, for “The Current Project.” I’ve updated the tags on the old posts accordingly.
Got some bad news, everyone; I’m putting Foxfire on hiatus.
One thing I realize about Foxfire is that not everybody sitting down to play a roguelike wants to be bait-and-switched into playing Factorio.
First, a bit of bookkeeping stuff; I’ve decided that as another Patreon reward, you can get next week’s FFF, this week! FFF #5 (this one) will be released on 29 July 2022; patrons will be able to read FFF #6 on the 29th too. Non-patrons will get access to FFF #6 on August the 5th, when patrons will be reading FFF #7.
Wow, it is very nice to have an actual text document that doesn’t artificially cap you at 240 characters to write an FFF in. Anyways, for this week the topic is … more backend changes!