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‘intelliworm’ is a prototype simulation of a Intelligent Species of a common earth worm,which inherits human like decision making capabilities through Neural Network intelligence representation,all developed by integrating .NET with Lisp and Yacc.
The Ivory Programming Language: A modern language for systems programming
Java2C++ is a translator from Java to C++. It makes the assumption that the java program to translate is a properly functioning program, significantly simplifying analysis. Java run-time environment will be provided in a runtime library.
The Jorne project develops software and open standards for linking Lojban text with WWW and Semantic Web metadata (e.g. RDF/N3, RSS, XML). Lojban is an artificial spoken and written language based on predicate logic.
LTPL (lambda text processing language) is a new language created for processing text documents. It relies on a set of functional like definitions used to process a document, producing generic output.
An Open Source Parser Library for parsing Verilog, System Verilog, EDIF and VHDL source files.
Micro BSD is an attempt to get an BSD based derivative onto the embedded domain. It intends to support kernel configurations for both MMU and MMU less processors. It intends to be an micro kernel architecuture with the BSD kernel being restructured.
Okapi is an IR system, built to do experiments in interactive search and investigate theories in IR. The core of Okapi is a Basic Search System (BSS) which allows programmers to build search applications. See http://www.soi.city.ac.uk/~andym/OKAPI-PACK/
PHP++ is a new programming language with a syntax similar to PHP, but it's completly rewritten in C++ and comes with a lot of new features like namespaces and a own, easy extendable object oriented framework.
This is a new object-oriented programming language for PIC micro controllers. The idea behind this is to forget the hardware stuff and concentrate on real work with reusable objects during development.
The Logical OS
This project compiles sql_yacc.yy from the MySQL source using Parse::YAPP and creates a stand-alone pure-perl parser for MySQL statements.
a simple scripting language.
A scriptable math language with a web interface.
This is an open source, open platform video game editor specifically suited for spline based generated terrain, with collision detection, surface types and AI racing lines. It is multi-branched and can branch to and from multiple branches.
Standard ML of Sønder Tranders.
Mastic is a extensible self-modifying programming language. It will be used as a bootstrap for the development of a fully extensible programming environment (called HOPE) governed by the principles of Concept, Intentional and Literate programming.
Make XML less noisy! XEL is handy replacement for XML (and HTML)-like markup languages. Most useful if used instead of XSLT. XEL is designed to be able unambiguously translated to XML and vice versa.
This is a planned project. It's a IRC client with mIRC scripting support. But with perl support and other features.
This is several personal planning projects by czww.
Implementation of the e-calc3 language for CS441.
Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS)using MLM, written in Arden Syntax
Binary file writer.
Turn Apache web server log files into SQLite databases.
Kadiya is a virtual machine developped to teach operating system concepts. It is being used for SCS 2001 Operating Systems course at the University of Colombo School of Computing. Kadiya is released under GNU General Public Licence (GPL).