A while ago I did something rather stupid.
After I added a Brain-Flueue flag to the ruby implementation of Brain-Flak I went ahead and deleted the old Brain-Flueue repository. This made sense at the time because the new Brain-Flueue was better in every possible way, and the old one was preventing me from tab completing in my current directory.
Now I realized this was not a good idea, because I would like to add Brain-Flueue to this challenge at some time. But the new shiny interpreter post-dates the challenge and since it is an answer-chaining question non-competing languages are disallowed.
However, through some convoluted shenanigans I have managed to recover a copy of the interpreter unchanged with all of its git history.
If I publish an unchanged copy of this interpreter online will Brain-Flueue answers still be non-competing?