Objeck 3.1.8_2

Modern platform independent OO language with a native JIT compiler

The Objeck computer language is an OO computing language that has ties with Java, Pascal and indirectly Ruby. In this language, all data types are treated as objects. This language contains all of the "basic" features of a general-purpose (Turing complete) programming language with an emphasis placed on OOP simplicity.

The language consists of a compiler and virtual machine with associated garbage collector and JIT compiler. The compiler emits binary byte code that is executed by the runtime system.

The runtime system has the ability to translate the byte code into IA-32 or AMD64 native machine code. The engineering goal is to have basic optimizations (peep hole) performed by the source code compiler and advanced optimizations performed by the JIT compiler. 
Here are some key features of "Objeck":

· Support for object-oriented programming (virtual classes, interfaces, enums, functions and methods)
· Functional support (high-order functions)
· Support for polymorphic methods and functions
· "public" and "private" methods classifications
· Class library support (console, strings, files, threads, sockets, directories, vectors, linked lists, b-trees, http, xml, etc.)
· Interactive debugger
· Automatic memory management (mark and sweep garbage collection)
· Native runtime JIT support for IA-32 and AMD64 architectures
· General compiler optimizations (short-circuit logic, method inlining, constant folding, strength reduction and instruction simplification)
What's New in This Release:

· Minor bug fixes (minor)
· Added some additional code examples

Publisher:Randy Hollines
Size/OS::4.5 MB / Windows XP / Vista / 7
Date:February 20th, 2013


:Objeck 3.1.8_2