The Tool Command Language implementation
Tool Command Language (Tcl) is an interpreted language and very portable interpreter for that language. Tcl is embeddable and extensible, and has been widely used since its creation in 1988 by John Ousterhout. Bug reports to http://core.tcl.tk/tcl/ Follow code development at http://core.tcl.tk/tcl/
Psyco showed that it is possible to execute Python code at speeds approaching that of fully compiled languages, by "specialization". The project is now dead and replaced by PyPy: http://pypy.org/
The Saxon XSLT and XQuery processor, developed by Saxonica
Sourceforge is the home for open-source versions of the Saxon XSLT 3.0, XQuery 3.1, and XPath 3.1, processor, for Java and .NET platforms, which has been maintained and upgraded continuously since 1999. See also http://www.saxonica.com for Saxonica's home page, and http://saxonica.plan.io for bug trackers and discussion forums.
A tool for learning programming basis with a simple spanish pseudocode
PSeInt is a pseudo-code interpreter for spanish-speaking programming students. Its main purpose is to be a tool for learning and understanding the basic concepts about programming and applying them with an easy understanding spanish pseudocode.
Home of the Open Object Rexx Project. ooRexx is the open source version of IBM's Object REXX Interpreter. It is upwardly compatible with classic REXX and will execute classic REXX programs unchanged. The project is managed by the Rexx Language Assoc.
Plex86 is an OSS virtual machine project for x86. It can be used on its own to run Linux VMs using lightweight VM technology, or in conjunction with the bochs emulator as an accelerator to run non VM-friendly OSes.
A Graphical Developement Environment based on a Basic Interpreter with object extensions.
XMLStarlet is a set of command line utilities (tools) to transform, query, validate, and edit XML documents and files using simple set of shell commands in similar way it is done for text files with UNIX grep, sed, awk, diff, patch, join, etc utilities.
Expert System Tool
CLIPS is a forward-chaining rule-based programming language written in C that also provides procedural and object-oriented programming facilities.
tcllib is a Tcl-only library of standard routines for Tcl (no compiling required). This project also houses the CVS modules for BWidgets, tclbench, mclistbox, tclapps, and tklib. All of these are deprecated in favor of the fossil repositories found at the sites listed below. Bug reports to https://core.tcl.tk/tcllib https://core.tcl.tk/tklib https://core.tcl.tk/tclapps https://core.tcl.tk/bwidget https://core.tcl.tk/tclbench https://core.tcl.tk/mclistbox https://core.tcl.tk/widget Follow code development at the same sites.
BASIC-256 is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach anybody how to program. A built-in graphics mode lets them draw pictures on screen in minutes, and a set of easy-to-follow tutorials introduce programming concepts through fun exercises.
LuaBinaries is a distribution of the Lua libraries and executables compiled for several platforms.
Python port for Windows CE (Pocket PC) devices. Intended to be as close to desktop version as possible (console, current directory support, testsuite passed).
Lightweight, fast, Java-centric Lua interpreter written for JME and JSE, with string, table, package, math, io, os, debug, coroutine & luajava libraries, JSR-223 bindings, all metatags, weak tables and unique direct lua-to-java-bytecode compiling.
CLISP is a portable ANSI Common Lisp implementation and development environment by Bruno Haible. Interpreter, compiler, debugger, CLOS, MOP, FFI, Unicode, sockets, CLX. UI in English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, and Danish.
Server bundle of : Apache2 , MySQL , PostgreSQL , OpenSSL , Xmail , SlimFTPd Software developing triad of : PHP , Perl and Python + Apache2TriadCP , PHPmyadmin , PHPPgAdmin , AWStats , UebiMiau , PHPXMail , PHPSFTPd. All latest stables , all manuals
An implementation of the the ANSI Standard REXX Programming Language, available for most operating systems.
Jython is a Java implementation of the Python language. It allows users to compile Python source code to Java byte codes, and run the resulting bytecodes on any Java Virtual Machine. It is the successor to JPython.
A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
MinGW: A native Windows port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), with freely distributable import libraries and header files for building native Windows applications; includes extensions to the MSVC runtime to support C99 functionality. All of MinGW's software will execute on the 64bit Windows platforms.
Dynamic Python binding for Qt Applications
PythonQt is a dynamic and lightweight script binding of the Qt framework to the Python language. It can be easily embedded into Qt applications and makes any QObject derived object scriptable via Python without the need of wrapper code generation.
JamVM is a new Java Virtual Machine conforming to the JVM specification edition 2 (blue book). It is extremely small - stripped on PowerPC ~110K, Intel 80K. However, unlike other small VMs it supports the full spec, inc. object finalisation and JNI.
JPype is an effort to allow python programs full access to java class libraries. This is achieved not through re-implementing Python, as Jython/JPython has done, but rather through interfacing at the native level in both Virtual Machines.
MacPerl supports the Perl programming language on Mac OS (not Mac OS X). Mac OS 8.1 - 9.x are supported; 7.5.5 is supported by the MPW tool and older versions of the app. 5.6.1r2 is the current version (based on perl 5.6.1); MacPerl 5.8 is in development
ECL (Embeddable Common-Lisp) is an interpreter of the Common-Lisp language as described in the X3J13 Ansi specification, featuring CLOS (Common-Lisp Object System), conditions, loops, etc, plus a translator to C, which can produce standalone executables. ECL supports the operating systems Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris and Windows, running on top of the Intel, Sparc, Alpha, PowerPC and ARM processors.
Speed up perl scripts by running them persistently