I am still supporting and working on NAGI! I just feel it's time to release the source code as well. If you are working on a similiar interpreter or a tool to help develop AGI games, then hopefully you'll find some use in the NAGI source code. The original source was released April 18th, 2002.
The current source release supports Linux and some some minor bug fixes! Check it out!
Unless you like delving in old code or are searching for the origins of a bug, it's probably best to start with the latest source release.
Disassembled code - Interactive Disassembler (IDA) files and text files that I used to disassemble.
NAGI's source has been released under the X11 license. This means you can use the source in any project you want and you do not have to provide the source if that is your wish. You have to make sure you acknowledge my copyright and you cannot use my name as an endorsement of something else. No warranties are implied either.
The X11 license has been deemed to be compatible with the GPL license. For the full license, check out of the bottom of this page.
In order to successfully build NAGI from the provided source code, you will need:
Make sure SDL include files are available using #include <sdl/sdl.h>
The mingw tools, sed and make will need to be in the system path. Depending on the operation system you need to type in:
For Windows (since Linux version only has one build)
All files are produced in a directory called "../bin". This is easily changed in the makefile.
These are some things that I planned to work on:
Hopefully that will give you some ideas if you want to hack NAGI.
Also in this package are files I used for disassembling NAGI. Some code, before I started writing straight into C, is available here along with files that are compatible with the early free DOS version of IDA (interactive disassembler). If you have a legal commercial Windows version, it should be able to read them in and convert them.
If any of the disassembled comments looks wrong, it possibly is. I learnt proper C and how to read assembler from this project so my initial guesses may be wrong.
Send me any emails if you want more information on NAGI or how the source code fits together. As long as it doesn't get too demanding, I won't mind answering any questions.
The license in full: (applies to all source code)
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