|Some source code to look at firstname.lastname@example.org (Uli Kusterer) (2012-04-15)|
|From:||Uli Kusterer <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Sun, 15 Apr 2012 15:50:38 +0200|
|Posted-Date:||16 Apr 2012 10:58:41 EDT|
I recently decided to open-source the little programming language
project I've been working on in my spare time for the last couple
years. It is a scripting language based on HyperTalk, compiled to a
custom byte-code that is then interpreted. You can find the source for
the host application Stacksmith and the Forge parser/compiler and the
Leonie interpreter at
I thought it might be interesting to someone to see how someone else
approached their programming language, particularly one that is rather
high-level like HyperTalk.
I'm working on this on a Mac, so you'll only be able to build it out
of the box and run it if you're running Mac OS X, but Leonie and Forge
are written in portable C/C++, so at least the source code should be
familiar, and if someone made a Makefile, it would probably build.
I'm still dithering on what license to put it under, so if you have
suggestions, or have used a particular license before and want to
recommend it or speak against it, that'd be great.
-- Uli Kusterer
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