Android runtime for Groovy programming language
JNC means java native compiler. It take the java byte code file as input and translate it to C or ASM format then compile to native format such as elf or pe file. So your java program can run without JVM.
MAnool is Not an Object-Oriented Language
MAnool is Not an Object-Oriented Language MANOOL is a general-purpose programming language suitable for comfortable expression of complex algorithms, like those that can be found in CS research papers where a kind of pseudo-code is normally used. At the same time, it is conceived as a practical language in many situation suitable for running such solutions in production systems by providing decent control over performance characteristics and required computing resources while providing decent means from the software engineering point of view.
The purpose of this project is to modify SmartEiffel to allow it to be used to create applications for mobile device platforms such as Symbian, BREW, and J2ME. Currently the codebase is based on SmartEiffel 1.0, but we are looking into moving over to Sma
ePalm aims to be a general-purpose library for allowing the SmallEiffel eiffel compiler to generate m68k-compatible code, and a series of classes which wrap the palm API such that an Eiffel developer can write a PalmOS application entirely in Eiffel.
HTML and HTTP as single executable file
The idea of the project came from my embedded projects. Almost every embedded device requires that or another management interface. In 99% in all devices runs a http server which hosts mini-site integrated with the system through cgi. My idea is creating an HTML compiler. An HTML code with embedded into it C code compiled, and the final product it is just executable file with incorporites HTML code, all images, and HTTP server. The CGI level disappears in such a scheme, the embedded C code just executed when the page generated by server.
A compiler to improve relation management between mobile users. This compiler will handle data islands for data transportation between a client mobile phone and a server node accesing a cellular network.