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xyfny - a z-machine intepreter
This is based closely upon theinternetftw's
Where that is geared towards an interactive simulation of a good ol'-fashioned Z-machine experience, this is intended to be plugging into event-driven systems (for instance, chat systems like Slack).
All of the terminal handling is stripped out. Rather, the z-machine runs until it attempts to read input from the user. At that point, it'll exit with an interrupt - unless there is user input pending in its buffer.
The basic gist of how this might be used:
# Initialise env = make_env(file) intro = do_step(env, line) # Output the introductory text to the user output(intro) # On receiving an input event from the user: response = do_step(env, event_text) output(response)
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