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lang/binutils-2.27 (Score: 0.18584134)
Infrastructure for C/Ada Android cross-compiler (ARMv7)
This package is a dependency of lang/gnatdroid. It provides the cross-tools required to build the GNAT FreeBSD->ARM cross-compiler that is gnatdroid, as well as any binaries that it produces.
lang/gcc-4.8.5 (Score: 0.18537772)
GNU Compiler Collection 4.8
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, supports a number of languages. This port installs the C, C++, Fortran and Java front ends as gcc48, g++48, gfortran48, and gcj48, respectively. It can be used interchangibly with the lang/gcc48 port which tracks weekly upstream snapshots whereas this port will be updated less frequently, mostly in sync with upstream releases, and will move to lang/gcc49 and later over time. Gerald Pfeifer <gerald@FreeBSD.org>
lang/sysroot-23 (Score: 0.17661534)
Android sysroots for C/Ada Android cross-compiler (x86)
This package is used by lang/gnatdroid to install the system root of Android 4.4 to 5.0 (API Level 19 to API Level 23) of the x86 architecture. The x86 cross-tools are built using these files, which in turn is required for the GNAT FreeBSD->Android(x86) cross-compiler that is gnatdroid.
lang/sysroot-23 (Score: 0.17661534)
Android sysroots for C/Ada Android cross-compiler
This package is used by lang/gnatdroid to install the system root of Android 4.0 to 6.0 (API Level 15 to API Level 23) of the ARM architecture. The ARM cross-tools are built using these files, which in turn is required for the GNAT FreeBSD->ARM cross-compiler that is gnatdroid.
lang/gofer-2.30b (Score: 0.13971135)
Lazy functional language
------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Gofer is an interactive functional programming environment (i.e. an interpreter) supporting a language based on the draft report for Haskell version 1.2. Gofer is intended as an experimental language, particularly where type classes are involved. Gofer extends the Haskell type class system in several ways. The most significant features of Haskell not currently supported are: modules, arrays, overloaded numeric constants, default declarations, derived instances, contexts in datatype definitions. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ And just in case you wondered: The name "Gofer" is not a trademark, registered or otherwise, and you are free to mention this name in published material, public and private correspondence, or other documents without restriction or obligation. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
lang/abcl-1.3.3 (Score: 0.13971135)
Implementation of ANSI Common Lisp in Java
Armed Bear The right of the people to keep and arm bears shall not be infringed! Armed Bear Common Lisp (ABCL) is an implementation of ANSI Common Lisp that runs in a Java virtual machine. It provides a runtime system, a compiler that compiles Lisp source to JVM bytecode, and an interactive REPL for program development. ABCL runs on platforms that support Java 1.5 (or later), including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
lang/adacontrol-1.17r3 (Score: 0.13971135)
Tool for detecting use or non-use of specific Ada constructs
AdaControl is a free (GMGPL) tool that detects the use of various kinds of constructs in Ada programs. Its first goal is to control proper usage of style or programming rules, but it can also be used as a powerful tool to search for use (or non-use) of various forms of programming styles or design patterns. Searched elements range from very simple, like the occurrence of certain entities, declarations, or statements, to very sophisticated, like verifying that certain programming patterns are being obeyed.. Which elements or constructs are searched is defined by a set of rules; the following table gives a short summary of rules currently checked by AdaControl. The number in parentheses after the rule name gives the number of subrules, if any. Considering all possible rules and subrules, this makes 452 tests that can be performed currently by AdaControl!
lang/afnix-2.6.3 (Score: 0.13971135)
Multi-threaded functional programming language
Afnix (formerly known as Aleph) is a multi-threaded functional programming language with dynamic symbol bindings that support the object oriented paradigm. Afnix features a state of the art runtime engine that supports both 32 and 64 bits platforms. Afnix comes with a rich set of libraries that are designed to be platform independent. The Afnix engine is written in C++ and provides runtime compatibility with it. Such compatibility includes the ability to instantiate C++ classes, use virtual methods and raise or catch exceptions. A comprehensive API has been designed to ease the integration of foreign libraries. - Builtin objects - Functional programming - Object oriented - Multi-threaded engine - condition objects.
lang/gnustep-base-1.24.8 (Score: 0.13971135)
GNUstep Foundation library
The GNUstep Base library implements the Foundation portion of the OpenStep specification, jointly developed by NeXT and Sun. It aims to provide compatibility with extensions added by Apple's implementation of this standard: Cocoa. The Foundation framework provides the standard library for Objective-C, including collections, operating system interfaces, and so on. Please contact the GNUstep maintainers at <discuss-gnustep@gnu.org> in case of questions and offers of help.
lang/algol68g-2.8.3 (Score: 0.13971135)
Algol 68 Genie compiler
The development of Algol played an important role in establishing computer science as an academic discipline. The Algol 68 Genie project preserves Algol 68 out of educational as well as scientific-historical interest, by making available Algol 68 Genie; a recent, well-featured implementation written from scratch.