Icon: Icon is a high-level, general-purpose programming language with a large
repertoire of features for processing data structures and character strings.
Icon is an imperative, procedural language with a syntax reminiscent of C and
Pascal, but with semantics at a much higher level. Last modification on December 1 2000.
Phantom: an interpreted language for distributed programming. Last modification on June 8 1998.
ZPL: a portable, high performance parallel programming language for
computations. Last modification on August 26 2000.
SR: a language for writing concurrent programs. Last modification on September 12 2000.
XBasic: 32-bit BASIC compiler with interactive GUI designer. Last modification on December 16 1999.
HotTEA: an implementation of the BASIC language written in Java. Last modification on June 9 1997.
LDL: a language development laboratory. Last modification on February 4 2000.
Maisie: a C-based simulation language for sequential or parallel execution. Last modification on August 5 2000.
Yabasic: Free Basic for Unix and other OSes. Last modification on December 30 1998.
mpC: a parallel language for distributed memory machines. Last modification on October 26 2000.
Orca: a language for parallel programming, based on the shared data-object
model. Last modification on December 17 2000.
BCPL/MCPL: simple typeless languages. Last modification on February 21 2000.
Cilk: an algorithmic multithreaded language. Last modification on December 7 2000.
Parallaxis: a structured data parallel programming language. Last modification on March 5 1998.
Reactive-C: a C based language for reactive programming. Last modification on January 3 2000.
Gorby: a small, stack-based scripting language. Last modification on April 17 1997.
Erlang: Erlang is a programming language which has many features more commonly
associated with an operating system than with a programming language. Features
include concurrent processes, scheduling, memory management, distribution,
networking, etc. The initial open source Erlang release contains the
implementation of Erlang, as well as a large part of Ericsson's middleware for
building distributed high-availability systems. Last modification on December 8 2000.
Pliant: New generation language. Main idea: instead of making a new language
with a few new interesting features, make a very tiny language with a trivial
syntax, where most advanced features can be written in the language itself as
modules. Last modification on December 9 2000.
Egg: Interpreter for the language in Dijkstra's Discipline of Computer
Programming Last modification on November 23 1999.
nasm: 80x86 assembler designed for portability and modularity Last modification on October 30 2000.