Emacs! You can out of the box play all your favorites such as
Great OS, the only thing that's really missing is a decent text editor.
The point of Emacs is that you can build this stuff with its Lisp language. I imagine that you can write a crappy flight simulator with it.
Edit: I see he's added Space Invaders too.
Similarly, arbitrary code execution in Super Mario World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPcV9uIY5i4
It's like transforming a chess game into Mikado just by playing it.
bash: emacs: command not found
(Note: Vim user here)
mymacbook:~ mikestew$ ls -lah /usr/bin/vi
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 3B Jun 7 12:21 /usr/bin/vi -> vim
Nvim tracks all Vim patches. _Only_ the job-control API differs. All other Vim patches are merged into Nvim reguarly, including new Vimscript features like partials, lambdas, etc.
Nearly all 7.4.x patches (except for job-control) have been merged:
Hundreds of 8.0.x patches have been merged also, but they won't be in that report until we finish the last couple 7.4.x patches.
Lots of errors. Most common seems to be:
E117: Unknown function: funcref