I bought it. ($6.99 is a ridiculously low price for this kind of thing.)
Awesome. now install TurboC++ and start creating.
I graduated from C++ years ago “The C++ language combines all the power of assembly language with all the ease-of-use of assembly language and adds copy construtors.” (To misquote a quote attibuted to various people)
Moren gave it a good write up.
Random question - do you have a preferred Mac way to emulate DOS?
Both of these support M1
and just to be thorough, these also support the M1
install TurboC++ and start creating
Last week I built iDOS 2 using Xcode and ran a program I created using Turbo Pascal more than a decade ago.
Weird to see that on an iPad…
since all the other emulators aren’t allowed in the App Store.
I was hoping I could run fMSX, an MSX emulator with a DOS port, in iDOS 2, to play MSX games on my iPad…
That (MSX) emulator did actually run in iDOS (an emulator itself), but unfortunately too slow to play games.
To put it another way: C++ sucks.
I don’t know why this app exists, I can’t see any useful purpose for it, outside of being able to ssh to your Mac from your phone
Its a port of Alpine Linux. You can install external packages like neofetch. Some people like Linux. Some people like working in that environment. Some people don’t understand.
It has its uses. For example, you can use it to implement an actually good language with (I’m actually glad that the language exists for those who need it, and equally glad that I’m not one of them)
I know what it is, I participated in the TestFlight. I just don’t see the point. I think, if you like Linux, you’re better off with a Pi.
My Pi taped to my iPhone looks funny.
Honestly the ability to run youtube-dl and ffmpeg alone is worth the effort already.
It’s not about performance. It’s about extending the possibilities of ios/ipados.
In your logic, virtual machines are all useless.
iSH isn’t a virtual machine. It’s an app, and as such it’s trapped inside a sandbox.