Frost is an interpreted structured programming language based on C and Objective-C. It has dynamically typed variables, named function parameters, implicit memory allocation, and automatic garbage collection through reference counting (for arrays). As any major interpreted language, you can easily create bindings of your C library functions to Frost.
Its interpreter is written in C, and it only uses libC and POSIX system calls (Lex and Yacc are not required). You can easily compile it on Linux or OS X using the included Makefile.
- Dynamically typed variables.
- Implicit memory allocation and automatic garbage collection (for arrays).
- Function pointers and Blocks.
- Easy to create libraries.
- Interpreter written in C, using libc and posix system calls only!
- Reflection (version 0.1.5)
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