|New compiler and language firstname.lastname@example.org (2006-09-28)|
|Re: New compiler and language email@example.com (justncase80) (2006-10-03)|
|Re: New compiler and language firstname.lastname@example.org (Arthur J. O'Dwyer) (2006-10-04)|
|Re: New compiler and language email@example.com (stu) (2006-10-04)|
|Date:||3 Oct 2006 18:16:52 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||03 Oct 2006 18:16:51 EDT|
Doh! I forgot to provide the link, sorry about that.
[ I was wondering if you'd ever notice. -John]
> Hey guys!
> I'm new to the compiler world and I have taken my first step towards
> creating a new compiler. I'm sure it's not the best compiler in the
> world but it seems to be working so far. Anyway I wanted to put a link
> out there for anybody who might be interested in checking it out (so
> far) to see what I've been up to and maybe generate some feedback.
> This project is sort of interesting because its a level higher than
> "object oriented programming" languages. I'm calling it Entity Oriented
> Programming and the language is E#. Essentially it focuses on
> generating business objects, which isn't exactly new, but what is
> interesting about it is that you can do it simply by writing E#. E# is
> interesting because it focuses on Relationships and Business Rules
> rather than data access. All generated code is template driven.
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