I’m adapting some if games to Ubuntu Touch. It’s very simple to anything that can be run in a html5 (specially to great works as Parchment and Quixe).
But, as the first if games I played were the ones from Level 9 I wanted to give it a go, even the C interpreter is a bit old, I could compile the glk code (even I succeeded through emscripten) but trying to run it produces no result.
Now, you can guess I’m not a programmer, and I’m lost. I’m probably confused with concepts.
My idea is to be able to run Level 9 games in a html and it looks it’s possible through glk/glkote but I have no idea what’s the strategy or were to start.
Could someone show me the way? Or confirm that it is possible?
This is interesting for porting to Ubuntu Touch also.
I was looking in the glk port of the Level 9 interpreter and I thought that was already done.
So, I didn’t understand how this port works. What it does then? Convert the interpreter into a standard form?
I imagined that it will be not easy, but maybe I can do a little step closer for someone else.