The Kent Retargettable Occam Compiler is a multi-platform Occam 2.1 compiler that is designed to allow the Occam programming language to be used on non-Transputer platforms. Extensions from a subset of the Occam 3 specification and from pi calculus have been added over time. As a result, the version of the language supported by the compiler is also sometimes referred to as Occam 2.5 or Occam-pi.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Mathematics Software Development Compilers Clustering/Distributed Networks|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Other Solaris|
Release Notes: Assorted code cleanups, bugfixes, and enhancements. Migration to a git repository.
Release Notes: A variety of library and tool updates and bugfixes. Pony (network) support should now be available again.
Release Notes: A major code rewrite was done, breaking lots of code and fixing other portions.
Release Notes: The occSDL library has been added. Documentation errors have been fixed. There are minor bugfixes to the compiler, wrappers, and examples. New examples have been added, including the classic Adventure Game and Space Invaders.
Release Notes: Improved support for 64-bit Linux on the Opteron. Reduced dependencies on specific versions of GCC. Various updates to documentation. A MySQL API has been added to contributed modules.