|TXL Source Transformation System, v7.4 released firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-08-11)|
|From:||email@example.com (Jim Cordy)|
|Keywords:||tools, available, FTP, functional|
|Organization:||Computing & Information Science, Queen's University|
|Date:||Wed, 11 Aug 1993 16:34:56 GMT|
Version 7.4 of TXL, a hybrid functional/rule based language, is now
available via anonymous FTP. TXL is designed primarily for implementing
program source transformations such as language dialects and extensions,
source optimizers and program restructuring tools, but it is also well
suited to a wide range of software analysis, generation, recovery and
reuse tasks as well as many more general computing applications.
TXL 7.4 is available from ftp.qucis.queensu.ca, 220.127.116.11, in the
directory 'pub/txl'. You should fetch the file 00README in that directory
for full information on fetching the TXL distribution. TXL 7.4 comes with
portable ANSI C source, documentation, self-instruction scripts, makefiles
and tools for configuring on Unix-like systems, and several example
applications demonstrating its use in language translation, software
engineering, source optimization and other tasks.
TXL 7.4 is copyright software, but is provided free for the use of
individual, corporate and academic users subject to the details
in the file 00COPYRIGHT contained in the TXL distribution.
Prof. James R. Cordy Software Technology Laboratory
firstname.lastname@example.org Dept. Computing & Information Science
+1 (613) 545 6054 / FAX +1 (613) 545 6513 Queen's Univ., Kingston, Canada
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