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]
- Announcement. Pliant Programming Language GPL'ed www
Announcement. Programming Language GPL'ed. [Linux Today] Pliant Programming Language GPL'ed.
- Sample Zhar Industries: Pliant www
Sample code archive, Industries: Pliant, tutorial, a few tips, tricks, hints, other small bits of documentation. Zhar Industries: Pliant.
- 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.
- Multiply-polymorphic Avail www
Multiply-polymorphic modular language with highly flexible syntax. Avail. Unique inheritance model allows multiple inheritance and polymorphism, constrained genericity, covariant attributes via immutability. Due to identityless nature of types, a type can have an infinite number of super- and sub-types. Avail.
- Dynamically Anvil www
Dynamically compiled, Anvil, object-oriented language and environment, especially suited for web applications. Anvil.
- 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.
- 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.
- An CDuce www
An XML centric programming language with higher order, CDuce, semantic subtyping, pattern matching and overloading, and open source implementation. CDuce.
- Lists Functional Programming in the Real World www
Lists functional programs written primarily to perform to real-world tasks. Programming in the Real World. Has pure programs (no side effects) and impure (some use of side effects). Languages: Caml, Clean, Erlang, Haskell, Miranda, Scheme, Standard ML. Functional Programming in the Real World.
- Fast, BRiX: SourceForge www
Fast, SourceForge, single privilege, single address space, preemptive multithreaded, persistent, data-centric, secure, multiuser OS, with safe language, reconfigurable graphical interface. BRiX: SourceForge.
- The Crush/BRiX: An Experimental Language/OS Pair www
Crush/BRiX: An Experimental Language/OS Pair.
- XL XLR: Extensible Language and Runtime www
XL is designed to implement the ideas of Concept Programming. Extensible Language and Runtime. It can apply to many domains and problem spaces, not only a small subset of the problems users must solve. XLR: Extensible Language and Runtime.
- Created ELAN www
Created 1974 by Technical University of Berlin group, ELAN, as alternative to BASIC in teaching, for systematic programming, and related styles: top-down, bottom-up, recursive, modular, syntax-directed. Descriptions, brief resource list, documents. English, Deutsch. ELAN.
- Investigating Iguana Project www
Investigating use of object-orientation, Project, computational reflection, and metaobject protocols (MOPs) to support dynamic customizing of (system) software. Iguana Project.
- Portable ShagOS www
Portable object-oriented microkernel OS, ShagOS, dynamically loaded device drivers, fully redesigned and rewritten many times in C++, runs on VAX, x86. Ongoing experiment in using O-O paradigm as framework for full OS, with distributed computing as main aspect in most design decisions. ShagOS.
- Dictionary Webopedia: Programming Languages www
Dictionary definitions for words in this category. Webopedia: Programming Languages.
- 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.
- Alexa: Pliant Languages
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Pliant Languages
- DMOZ: Pliant Languages
dmoz.org Directory: Pliant Languages