It would be nice to get some c# skills.
What is that? I don’t know what you are talking about. @curkul Can u clarify?
Well, C# is pretty popular, so I don’t see why it couldn’t be supported by CodeCombat in the future. It would speed up the process if someone starts contributing by writing a C# parser for CodeCombat—you can find some instructions in the previous challenge site: https://codecombat.devpost.com/
p.s. I just recalled that CodeCombat is performing drastic changes to the core interpreter, so I’m not sure how much of the previous workflow still holds. I believe the new interpreter will still be fed a JS AST that it will run, so the parsing work should remain mostly unchanged.
@nick @rob Can you confirm?
Yeah, except then there will be many fewer bugs!
We would need to rely on an open-source contributor to spearhead the C# parser project, like UltCombo referenced with our open-source parser challenge we ran at devpost.