PEARL Compiler and Runtime System
PEARL is a high level procedural programming language, which was especially designed for the demanding need to have an expressive and comfortable language for solving multitasking problems when controlling technincal processes. PEARL is an abbreviation for "(P)rocess and (E)xperiment (A)utomation (R)ealtime (L)anguage". It was designed around 1975 at the IRT Institute of the Leibniz University in Hannover with the idea in mind to have an easy to learn programming language for realtime problems. For more, also historical information please visit (http://www.pearl90.de/). In 1998 PEARL-90 was standardized by the Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V. in DIN 66253-2. PEARL provides the standard data types and structures known from other procedural languages like e.g. PASCAL. Additionally PEARL brings special language constructs for managing real-time and multitasking tasks.
Compiler for a subset of K&R C to SC/MP object code
This is a test and evaluation version of a small C compiler. The supported C dialect is a subset of the original K&R C. The compiler generates object code for the SC/MP emulator. For simple operations, SC/MP machine code is generated; more complicated operations (I/O, math) are handled by library calls. The necessary libraries are outlined in the emulator main project. !! CAUTION !! This is NOT a production stable C compiler.
Java-based Dialect of the Unicon Programming Language
Junicon is a Java-based implementation of Unicon, a very high level object-oriented goal-directed programming language that lives at Unicon.org. Junicon features seamless Java object access, interactive interpretation, and numerous cleanups and enhancements while retaining Unicon's core expression-evaluation semantics. Please see the Junicon Project Web Site for publications about Junicon.