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Lasla is a scripting language for the creation of programs using multiple other scripting languages. A Lasla program is composed of several blocs written in different languages and the interpretor manages global variables throughout the blocs.
"Le Winny" is meant to be translating some plain text information (given a simple syntax called "Le Winny Syntax") to a W3C-valid HTML code. The first implementation is in PHP tested under Linux and Windows XP. Further port will be made in Java and C
NaRP-i (for Not a Real Pseudo Interpreter) is a multiplatform interpreter. His goal is validate analysis of problems made in a pseudolanguage called NaRP. Narp and Narp-i are so interdependent that they should be regarded as a single project.
SDLAGE stands for SDL-Adventure Games Engine. It will be a engine, just like SCUMM wass, to develop easily 2D Adventure Games on any platform. It will use the SDL librairies.
A simple graphical game. Write a program in the Tortuga Jay language to control a turtle that must collect eggs on an island, thereby going around obstacles.
The UniXML library is intended to be an extremely portable XML DOM parser library, completely OS and C compiler independent.
Xmind is a XUL-like technology enabling you to design simple but fancy interfaces with XML tags. It can be used wherever you have an Apache server with enabled PHP module. It will render a professional look and feel, compatible with Mozilla and IE.
This is a .NET implementation of a small (French) language. The intent is to provide a language that even kids can learn. Yet, the only understood language is the French, and the interpreter is not ready for other, since it's a quick and dirty dev.
ETS will be a system where you will make your computer talk to you. By entering specific sequences of characters from different source files, you will be able to give your computer a sense of the world and discuss about the world with your computer.
An open source version of Flashback game engine.
php "class set" to convert anything into anything