Java interpreter with Forth-like syntax, use it for testing java libs
FIJI the ForthIsh Java Interpreter is an interactive environment with a procedural syntax similar to the Forth programming language. FIJI can load, introspect, and execute Java classes and methods. FIJI's main use is for unit and component testing of Java.
The Java Modeling Language (JML) is a behavioral interface specification language that can be used to specify the behavior of Java modules (as in design by contract -- DBC). It has many tools to do assertion checking, unit testing, etc.
Simple language to generate a diagram from a text format Petri Net
This project has been developed as completion of the Language and Compilers course by professor Giuseppe Psaila, Computer Engineering, University of Bergamo, Italy. The purpose of the project is to create a simple language that allows users to generate a diagram of a given Petri net represented in a text format. We created instructions in a pseudo-natural language, very intuitive and simple. Furthermore, the program is able to perform syntactic and semantic checks so as to realize the diagram only if the entered code is completely correct. The end result is the image of the network inserted. To achieve it we relied on a LaTeX engine that has presented itself as the most effective tool to achieve our goal. Please leave a review if you have enjoyed it! Authors: Andrea Quattri firstname.lastname@example.org Antonio Cosseddu email@example.com Giovanni Battista Nava firstname.lastname@example.org Note: source code and documentation are available in the "Files" section
A simple way to create a syntax highlighting editor for a custom language/grammar and/or create custom grammar parsers. This is a .NET project written in C#. See details here: http://acct001.com/wordpress/?p=190
JAC (Java Asn1 Compiler) is a tool for you if you want to (1)parse your asn1 file (2)create .java classes and (3)encode/decode instances of your classes. Just forget all asn1 byte streams, and take the advantage of OOP! BER, CER and DER are all supported
A Java Library for parsing and evalutaing Mathematical expressions, that can deal with Numeric, Dates, Text and Boolean values, and can detect circular references. You can also create your own functions, rename existing functions to your language
A simple, nice and instructive nonrecursive predictive syntactical analyser for LL(1) grammars, just to play with it for fun.
Jo2 (Java Operators Overloading) :: is Javac (Sun Java Compiler) extended by operators overloading. This open java project comes with a specification of operators overloading in Java. The resulting byte code obeys to the java standard specification.
JasminParser is a Jasmin (Java Assembler, .j file) compiler based on the Apache BCEL. JasminParser provides a disassembler and an assembler to convert java classes and jasmin files to each other.
Compile your clarion source code into java runtime environment. Includes the compiler, 100% java based runtime implementation of the clarion runtime environment and other miscellaneous tools.
Ptolemy is an extension of Java whose goal are to enable separation of crosscutting concerns, while retaining our ability to understand separated concerns modularly. It balances modularity and expressiveness for aspect-oriented software development.
C-style, ANT/cmdline preprocessor for java, xml and other files. Designed to run smoothly with IDEs and tools - all directives occur in comments specific to the file's type, making it syntactically valid. Line numbering (debug messages!) is preserved.
JavaGuard is a general purpose bytecode obfuscator, designed to fit effortlessly into your regular build and testing process, providing peace of mind that your valuable Java code is more secure against decompilation and other forms of reverse engineering
ESELC is a interpreter for the Easy Stack Environment Language (ESEL). It is written in ISO C++.
The main goal of BASIC foundry on SourceForge is to gather all developers that works something related to BASIC programming language in order to help creation of fast, stable, cross-platform, OPEN SOURCE BASIC compiler.
Better Modularity, Better Concurrency
This project makes the compiler and tools for the Panini language available. A central goal of the Panini language is to make concurrent programming easier and less error-prone. The main new feature in Panini is called a capsule. A capsule is like an actor but better because it largely retains the traditional approach for reasoning about programs as a sequence of operations, abstracts away all details of thread creation and locking, and supports fully-automatic compile-time analysis of common concurrency hazards. Panini is simple and efficient. We invite you to try it out. Downloads are available from http://paninij.org/download/
openASN.1 is an Open Source Java toolkit for the Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) which consists of a compiler and codec with a low footprint runtime library.
This project is the port of Lua programming language to Java platform. It contains the bytecode compiler and interpreter, that use the same bytecode format as the original version, and partially support standard Lua library.
We extend the Eclipse IDE with tools for development in Haskell, a functional programming language, providing support for a wide range of tools (compilers, interpreters, doc tools etc.) in a coherent, convenient and configurable environment.
Parser Generator based on Coco/R
Coco/S is a compiler generator that takes plain EBNF grammar files and features a SAX style call back API. It is written in Java and produces a Java Scanner (Lexer) and Parser for the language described by the input grammar. Coco/S is a branch of the 2010/11 release of Coco/R for Java. While Coco/R takes an attributed grammar file, Coco/S has a callback API. This has the advantage of a clean separation between grammar (EBNF) and Compiler/Interpreter.
ANTLR Yggdrasil is a variant of the ANTLR toolkit providing a strongly-typed attribute algebra for constructing syntax trees and other data structures for program analysis
GELLO is an ANSI-accredited HL7 standard for creating computable, unambiguous clinical queries. This project creates an open source compiler and client-server IDE. Projects are stored in a subversion repository, and created by the RCP based client.