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- Subject: Re: Philosophy ;-)
- From: "Magnus Lie Hetland" <mlh@...>
- Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2001 14:12:22 +0100
> There are currently (at least) two python implementations, on in C
> (CPython, or 'regular' python) and Jython (nee JPython) which is
> implemented in Java, and (I think) generates java bytecodes.
> I think there is a Java implementation of Tcl called either Jacl or TCL
> Blend. I forget which one.
> Another example is prolog -- there are many prolog interpreters -- in
> fact I was searching for a good one for my daughter last night.
FYI: I'm working on a Java implementation of Lua. It's been a while
since I've done any serious work on it, but I have the parser and
a big chunk of the interpreter engine finished... When (or if) I
have something that works, I will post a message here.
(See also http://www.jlua.org)
> -- cary
Magnus Lie Hetland (magnus at hetland dot org)
"Reality is what refuses to disappear when you stop
believing in it" -- Philip K. Dick