This section lists sites related to the Pliant programming language: software, documentation, conferences, more. Pliant is a reflective language (aware of its own implementation) which allows programming at any abstract level between meta-instructions and code generation. Pliant Languages Programming Computers.
- Pliant www
Goal: new generation programming language. Pliant. Main idea: instead of making a new language with a few new interesting features, make a very tiny, highly modular language with a trivial syntax, where most advanced features can be written in the language, as modules. Integrated FullPliant OS. [Open Source, GPL]
- Sample Zhar Industries: Pliant www
Sample code archive, Industries: Pliant, tutorial, a few tips, tricks, hints, other small bits of documentation. Zhar Industries: Pliant.
- Announcement. Pliant Programming Language GPL'ed www
Announcement. Programming Language GPL'ed. [Linux Today] Pliant Programming Language GPL'ed.
- Brief Linux, Without Unix www
Brief article, Without Unix, long forum discussion of FullPliant operating system. [Slashdot] Linux, Without Unix.
- Proposal Guile mailing list: Pliant www
Proposal for Pliant-based Guile implementation, mailing list: Pliant, and discussion of some related issues. Guile mailing list: Pliant.
- Experimental Kapsel www
Experimental object-oriented language. Kapsel. Looks and feels much like original Smalltalk, adds features to specify access to object detail. Kapsel.
- Dynamically Anvil www
Dynamically compiled, Anvil, object-oriented language and environment, especially suited for web applications. Anvil.
- Stanford A Caching Model of Operating System Kernel Functionality www
Stanford Cache Kernel, Caching Model of Operating System Kernel Functionality, supervisor-mode component of V++ OS; caches system objects (threads, address spaces) to raise performance; microkernel alternative, performance equals normal monolithic OSs, yet gives application-level control of system resources, more modularity, scalability, smaller size, means of fault containment. A Caching Model of Operating System Kernel Functionality.
- Suggests Using Kernel Extensions to Decrease the Latency of User-Level Communication Primitives www
Suggests solving networking and distributed systems latency via operating system extensibility; University of New Mexico Technical Report. Using Kernel Extensions to Decrease the Latency of User-Level Communication Primitives.
- Functional Cat www
Functional stack-based language inspired by Joy; main differences: Cat has static typing with type inferencing (like ML, Cat, Haskell), and term rewriting macro language extension language, MetaCat. Open-source, public domain. Cat.
- Brief The Rise of Functional Languages www
Brief article, Rise of Functional Languages, explains what they are, and how and why their popularity is growing; with links and reader comments. Linux Journal. The Rise of Functional Languages.
- Fast, BRiX: Advanced Computing Environment www
Fast, Advanced Computing Environment, no-kernel, single address space, data-centric, preemptive multithreaded, persistent, secure, multi-user operating system, with Crush function-based programming safe-language. Some code available. [Open Source, Artistic] BRiX: Advanced Computing Environment.
- The Crush/BRiX: An Experimental Language/OS Pair www
Crush/BRiX: An Experimental Language/OS Pair.
- Presented An Object Model for Multiparadigm Programming www
Presented at OOPSLA 1994. An Object Model for Multiparadigm Programming.
- Makes Kx Systems, Inc. www
Makes K, Systems, Inc., advanced vector oriented, functional language, one of the fastest application development environments (according to Bell Laboratories Benchmarking), and allows very fast processing of large datasets. Kx Systems, Inc..
- Mach MK++ www
Mach compatible microkernel; gives one code base able to support high assurance, MK++, scalability, realtime, distribution, SMP, fault handling, performance; all built in an object-oriented B3 evaluable fashion. MK++.
- Research Choices Object-Oriented Operating System www
Research OS coded in C++, Object-Oriented Operating System, architecture organized as frameworks of objects hierarchically classed by function, performance; customized by replacing subframeworks, objects; application interface is kernel objects exported via application/kernel protection layer; kernel and application objects examined via application browsers; runs on bare hardware on distributed and parallel computers. Virtual Choices (VChoices) also runs under Unix System V. Choices Object-Oriented Operating System.
- A An Introduction to Programming Languages www
A neutral conceptual analysis for those who know one language and want to learn about others. An Introduction to Programming Languages.
- Dictionary Webopedia: Programming Languages www
Dictionary definitions for words in this category. Webopedia: Programming Languages.
- Alexa: Pliant Languages
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Pliant Languages
- DMOZ: Pliant Languages
dmoz.org Directory: Pliant Languages