Cardz! is a card games creator. It allows users to create multiple cards games in a simple way and to distribute them freely. The software uses script files, easily modifiable, and a simple language to build an infinity of card games !
New web scripting language. Old versions are still available, but a new version is being developped upon a more powerful structure. Wait and see
Ceres is an interpreted computer language based on C, that can be used as a script language. Its purpose is to be minimal and simple and it is being developed as a hobby, so do not expect much of it. Its interpreter is written in C/C++.
The Chaos Preprocessor Library is a generative metaprogramming framework for C and C++.
An easy to use interpreted scripting language for Windows, programmed in Visual Basic. The aim of developing the software is for it to be a simple but powerful programming tool, useful for personal software and education purposes.
Cheval is a platform independent GUI shell for Python written with PyGTK. Featuring tabbed sessions, Syntax highlighting, code completion, call tips, history, auto-indentation, load and save sessions and much more
Chimera is an interpreted programming language designed for application development, and aims to provide support for powerful object-oriented features, regexes, and easy thread control.
ChinesePython is a translation of Python scripting language itself into chinese. Not only the variable names, user messages/warnings/prompts but most notably, the reserved keywords and builtin types.
A role playing game engine in Java along with necessary design tools to allow even beginner game designers to start into the world of game development and design. Based loosely on early Final Fantasy engines with enchancements.
Cigol (logic, spelled backwards) is a deductive logic solver. It can be embedded inside a parent program or used from the command line. It has absolutely no relationship to Tom Mitchell's book on Machine Learning.
Console C interpreter.
BCPL was designed by Martin Richards at Cambridge University (1966)
Here you will find a collection of BCPL tools I've gathered from the net, cleaned up and ported to the Atari ST. This involved fixing bugs, reducing stack usage and making the code compile in 16bit via Pure C (Turbo C for the Atari ST). Source credits include: Martin Richards - BCPL Kit http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mr10/ Robert Nordier (Translated interp to C) http://www.nordier.com/ Serge Vakulenko (Translated cg/syn/trn to C) https://github.com/sergev/b I'm sure there are other names, but those are the ones on the source files. The code now compiles clean for the Atari ST, so it should work for anything else.
The fast, flexible parsing engine. Parse anything in 4 steps: (1) define a grammar, (2) load the grammar into ClearParse, (3) call the engine to parse the source, and (4) traverse the parsing tree. You can even change your grammar at run time.
Clipper/XBase compatible compiler with initial support other xBase dialects. Multitasking, OOP,SIX/Comix, SQL and ODBC drivers,a C-API for third-party developers, a few wrappers for popular libraries (such as BZIP, GZIP, GD, Crypto, and Fcgi), ....
Coco/R for Ruby has moved to rubyforge for better support. Click the homepage link above to go there now.
The Cocoon Adaption Kit is a NetKernel module which enables the use of Cocoon Components (Generators, Transformers, Serializer, Actions) from within the NetKernel XML Application Server.
A universal parsing tool and source code generator for generative programming. It extracts useful information by parsing (BNF parser generator) and generates source code by several techniques, by interpreting a scripting language for flexibility.
CodeXpand Engine is a Scripting engine written with C++. It work with COMPILED SCRIPT linked at Run Time with Host Applications. The SCRIPT COMPILER generate the CPU bytecode requested from the Host CPU where the application (& the scripts) will run.
Cola is a simple, weak-typed, object-oriented scripting language and execution library. Easy to learn, easy to implement, easy to read, can be dropped in to practically anything, and carries a very small memory footprint.
The CommGen platform is intended to be a simple, scalable integration platform for small to medium problem sets. The architecture is simple, consisting of a distributed kernel, distributed O/S, agent and application layer.
Tool to parse the command line and configuration files.
Powerful command line and configuration file parsing for C++, Python, Ruby and Java (others to come). This tool provides many features, such as separate treatment for options, variables, and flags, unrecognized object detection, prefixes and much more.
Command Script 4 (CSC4) is an "application control" or application extension scripting language / virtual machine / compiler environment. CSC4 supports object member access, object creation and static calls to the underlying .NET Framework 2.0.
CIT is an command interpreter
CIT CommandInterpreterTool is an advanced command line interpreter like cmd,but with a few new commands. CIT was written in Python 2.7.2 and converted with py2exe 1.6.9 by Area_13 @ EvilZone.org
CSE is similar to Python, it is newly developed, combining the advantages of Python, LISP, Delphi and C# language, it is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. CSE V1 is special designed for VcTester(a white-box test tool)
Common Text Transformation Library of C++ classes and functions to parse and modify STL strings. CTTL substring classes may be compared, inserted, replaced, and parsed with EBNF grammars. Compiled program implements recursive descent LL(INF) parser.