Re: Embeddable and Extensible Languages

"PlayDough" <petela@gocougs.wsu.edu>
25 Jan 2005 23:23:11 -0500

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Re: Embeddable and Extensible Languages petela@gocougs.wsu.edu (PlayDough) (2005-01-15)
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Re: Embeddable and Extensible Languages jc.lelann@wanadoo.fr (Jean-Christophe Le Lann) (2005-01-22)
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Re: Embeddable and Extensible Languages petela@gocougs.wsu.edu (PlayDough) (2005-01-25)
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From: "PlayDough" <petela@gocougs.wsu.edu>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 25 Jan 2005 23:23:11 -0500
Organization: http://groups.google.com
References: 05-01-04005-01-073
Keywords: interpreter

Jean-Christophe Le Lann wrote:
> Le Wed, 12 Jan 2005 23:00:41 -0500, PlayDough a écrit :
>
> > I've looked at Lua, Python, Pike, Ici, Eic, Ch, Cint, S-Lang, Small,
> > elastiC, Simkin, and even some small, homegrown projects. However,
> > they all have one problem or another. I really like Ch, but it is
> > quite expensive (~$2k).
>
> As far as I know, there are 2 distinct versions of Ch (standard and
> professional). Standard edition seems to be free for both
> non-commercial and commercial applications. Let me know if I am wrong.


There are two versions of the Ch environment. However, we needed
Embedded Ch, and that is not free. Nor is the Ch SDK we would need.


> I don't know if it is reentrant, however.


Also it isn't (yet) reentrant. I've chatted with their sales people
and they have confirmed with me that the current version isn't yet, but
they intend on it eventually being.
For our use however, the cost is currently prohibitive.


Thanks,
Pete


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