JNode is a Java New Operating system Design Effort. JNode is a simple to use and install Java operating system for personal use on modern devices. Any java application runs on it, fast and safe. See our homepage for additional information.
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 CodeTime platform covers every aspect of parallel software from authoring, through distribution, to run-time. Its goals are: high programmer productivity; write once, run high performance anywhere; and wide acceptance.
Java ME Compatible Environment
SquirrelJME is intended to be a Java ME 8 compatible environment for strange and many other devices. The source is written in pure Java and is licensed under the GNU GPLv3+.
webCPU - A virtual processor that runs on both server- and client side, allowing interaction with each other but also features like multi-processing, creating a virtual machine web-basis to build upon.
Java bytecode to native code compiler striving for small, standalone executables.
A multi purpose scripting language
The nap scripting language is an object oriented scripting language which brings together the best features of various scripting languages found on different platforms. The nap-script is a C like programming and scripting language with the following characteristics: - compiles into bytecode - it runs in a virtual machine - can be executed standalone or embedded in C/C++ code - has a well defined assembly language - can do runtime compilation - has a syntax very similar to C without pointers ... and it is still under development :) Check out the mercurial repository to get a glimps on the code.