JAL is a high level Pascal-like language for Microchip 8-bit PICmicros. It supports many variable types, built-in multiplication and division, CASE statements for flow control, and co-operative multi-tasking. An index is allowed in FOR loops, and variables are automatically placed on any page.
The Virgil Programming Language is designed for building robust, flexible, and scalable software systems on embedded hardware platforms such as microcontrollers. Virgil builds on ideas from object-oriented, statically typed languages like Java, providing a clean, consistent source language. Its compiler system provides an efficient implementation for resource-constrained environments.
The PHP Application Distribution Licensing System (PADL) generates keys that control the distribution of PHP applications according to a license. It generates license strings that can bind PHP applications to specific servers, confine execution to a limited time period, or restrict execution to a single server. The time limiting uses a start period (and a given start offset to allow for time discrepancies) and an expiry date if required. When validating a key it is possible to optionally make applications dial home to check the license key on your own server. It is also possible to encrypt additional information into the license key.
DataScript is a language that can be used to describe and manipulate binary data formats as types. It consists of a constraint-based specification language that uses DataScript types to describe the physical layout of data, and a language binding that provides a simple programming interface for scripting binary data. A DataScript compiler generates libraries that are linked with DataScript scripts. In short, it is a yacc/lex for arbitrary binary data.
The JaxMe JavaSource generation framework (a spinoff of the JaxMe Java/XML binding tool) is an object-oriented view to a set of Java classes created by you. For example, there are objects JavaSource, JavaMethod, and so on. Features include automatic generation of import lists, semiautomatic indentation, and the ability to postprocess generated sources. This allows source code generation to be a pipelining process. Additionally, a framework for generating SQL is included.