Arghonaut is an interactive interpreter, visualizer, and debugger for Argh! and Aargh!, which are Befunge-like esoteric programming languages by Sascha Wilde. Arghonaut is written in Python and includes an ncurses interface.
- Python 3
- curses (for the visualizer)
To install Arghonaut, simply clone the repository. To use the UI, make sure you have ncurses or a suitable equivalent installed.
To run Arghonaut, execute the following command, where
src.agh is an Argh! or Aargh! source code file:
python3 arghonaut.py src.agh
For more detailed usage information, run:
python3 arghonaut.py --help
Arghonaut supports the following keybindings:
.or Enter: step through execution
- Space: automatically step through execution (0.1 second delay) or pause
c: continue until next input
hjkl: move the editing cursor
b: return the cursor to the instruction pointer
g: jump the instruction pointer to the cursor
i: enter insert mode (the next character you type will be written into the code at the cursor position)
o: open a new line
r: reset state (excluding unsaved code changes)
n: reset program (including unsaved code changes)
s: save current code changes to program state (does not modify source file)
qor Escape: quit
Arghonaut can be run in batch mode by adding the
--batch flag. In this mode, the ncurses interface will not be displayed, and input and output will be performed via standard input and standard output. Programs can be run interactively with standard input from the keyboard, or with redirected or piped input.
This repository includes some sample Argh! and Aargh! programs written by me (Aaron Friesen). For more examples, refer to the Argh! Mercurial repository.
If you want to submit a pull request, please follow these guidelines:
- Run the project on some samples to test for bugs.
- Copy the license notice into any new source files.
- Run the
flake8linter to check for and fix any coding style issues.