STOICAL is a modern re-implementation of the classic stack language STOIC. It hosts features not present in the original incarnation, and some not present in many languages today. These include POSIX threading, regular expressions, dynamic memory, associative arrays (hashes), sockets, floating point arithmetic, passive garbage collection, passive type-checking, and more.
|Tags||Software Development Interpreters Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Vim syntax is now generated automatically from documentation. Fixes were made to regular expressions. The output word '%%' was added.
Release Notes: Debian package support was added. autoconf is now used. Minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: A new type-checking system, no warnings with -Wall, more informative error messages, associative arrays, basing all flow control on clauses (code blocks), generation of documentation from source (by STOICAL itself), and inclusion of Vim syntax highlighting files.
Release Notes: Better memory management for vocabulary entries, and fully POSIX-compatible regular expression support.