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|From:||Per Bothner <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||8 May 2002 00:19:49 -0400|
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James Willans wrote:
> I'm working on implementing an interpreter (in Java) for a small
> object-oriented prototype language (based on Abadi's and Cardelli's
> sigma calculus, but with a larger syntax). ...
You might consider using the Kawa toolkit. Kawa (no connection with
the now-defunct IDE) is best known as a Scheme implementation, but it
is also a toolkit for implementating higher-level languages and
compiling them on-the-fly to Java bytecodes.
Here is an article (not quite up-to-data, alas) on how Kawa works:
The general Kawa site:
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