CINT is a C/C++ interpreter aimed at processing C/C++ scripts.
CINT covers about 95% of ANSI C and 85% of C++. A CINT script can call
compiled classes/functions and compiled code can make callbacks to CINT
user defined functions. Utilities, like makecint and rootcint, automate
the process of embedding compiled C/C++ library code as shared objects
(as Dynamic Link Library, DLL, or shared library, .so). Source files
and shared objects can be dynamically loaded/unloaded without stopping
the CINT process. CINT offers a gdb like debugging environment for
ECL (Embeddable Common-Lisp) is an interpreter of the Common-Lisp
language as described in the X3J13 ANSI specification, featuring CLOS
(Common-Lisp Object System), conditions, loops, etc, plus a translator
to C, which can produce standalone executables.
Elan is an educational programming language for learning and teaching
It was developed in 1974 by a group at the Technical University of
Berlin as an alternative to BASIC in teaching, and approved for use in
secondary schools in Germany by the "Arbeitskreis Schulsprache". It is
presently in use in a number of schools in Western Germany, Belgium, The
Netherlands and Hungary for informatics teaching in secondary education,
and used at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands for
teaching systematic programming to students from various disciplines and
in teacher courses.
Erlang is a programming language used to build massively scalable soft
real-time systems with requirements on high availability. Some of its
uses are in telecoms, banking, e-commerce, computer telephony and
instant messaging. Erlang's runtime system has built-in support for
concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance.
This port contains a standalone runtime environment of Erlang 19
to be used during the development of OTP applications.
This is an elementary introduction to programming in Emacs Lisp for
people who are not programmers, and who are not necessarily interested
in programming, but who do want to customize or extend their computing
Elk is a Scheme interpreter intended to be used as a general, reusable
extension language subsystem for integration into existing and future
applications. Elk can also be used as a stand-alone implementation of
the Scheme programming language.
One purpose of the Elk project is to end the recent proliferation of
mutually incompatible Lisp-like extension languages. Instead of
inventing and implementing yet another extension language, application
programmers can integrate Elk into their application to make it
extensible and highly customizable.
Coco/R combines the functionality of the well-known UNIX tools lex and yacc,
to form an extremely easy to use compiler generator that generates recursive
descent parsers, their associated scanners, and (in some versions) a driver
program, from attributed grammars (written using EBNF syntax with attributes
and semantic actions) which conform to the restrictions imposed by LL(1)
parsing (rather than LALR parsing, as allowed by yacc). The user has to add
modules for symbol table handling, optimization, and code generation in
order to get a running compiler. Coco/R can also be used to construct other
syntax-based applications that have less of a "compiler" flavour.
Coco/R is available in Oberon, Modula-2, Pascal, Delphi, C, Java and C#
versions. This port only builds the C/C++ version.
Go is an open source programming environment that makes it easy to build
simple, reliable, and efficient software.
Basho's patched version of Erlang to install Riak 2.0
A port for Linux Fortran 77 compatibility runtime.