Retro is a clean, minimalist language with roots in Forth. It supports all major OSes in use today, and was designed to be easy to learn, use, and modify for specific needs.
|Tags||Software Development Assemblers Compilers Interpreters|
|Licenses||Public Domain ISC|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux BSD BeOS Mac OS X Haiku|
Release Notes: This release brings a number of minor bugfixes, enhancements to the libraries, and new examples. A new Objective-C implementation of the VM has been added.
Release Notes: This release adds embedded documentation for the core functions, updated libraries and virtual machine implementations, and various bugfixes. New functionality includes user-definable keymaps, unfiltered input routines, and more of the internals exposed.
Release Notes: This release brings numerous changes. The image is now significantly smaller, with new options for controlling string lengths, implementing quotes, and removal of unnecessary padding. Bugs in the libraries and virtual machines have been fixed. The Lua bindings have been updated for Lua 5.2, and the SQLite bindings are now included. Platform support is expanded to include pic32 boards capable of running RetroBSD and Arduino Nano boards.
Release Notes: This release brings a complete rewrite of the Common Lisp implementation and adds support for the Arduino Mega platform. It also brings minor updates to the documentation, an alternative meta compiler, and improved support for big endian platforms.
Release Notes: This release moves the console vocabulary to the library, adds the whend combinator, contains updates to the existing libraries, and has a number of significant corrections to the documentation. There are new examples as well as new HTML5 and Scheme implementations of the virtual machine. A few areas of the core code have been cleaned up.