From: Andy Pryor Newsgroups: comp.lang.misc Subject: Re: Declarations in Algol 68 Date: 21 Feb 1996 17:14:57 +0000 Organization: Praxis plc, Bath, UK Lines: 42
An ALGOL 68 to C converter ("ctrans") is freely available as part of the public domain ELLA (hardware description language) package from DRA Malvern in:
The program is itself written in ALGOL 68, so the package contains a SunOS Sparc binary (or a set of generated C files) to get you bootstrapped.
Ctrans is a portable ALGOL 68 compilation system that allows Algol 68 programs to be compiled and run on most systems for which an ANSI C compiler is available.
Ctrans can be easily ported to most systems that possess an ANSI C
compiler (e.g. gcc), and an XPG3 standard C library.
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Algol68G, an Algol 68 subset interpreter, [www.xs4all.nl/~jmvdveer/][12/2003].
Date: Thu, 13 Jun 1996 17:00:08 +0100 From: Charles Lindsey Subject: ALGOL 68S
ALGOL 68S System
I announce the availability of a compilation system for ALGOL 68S on the following platforms.
They may all be downloaded from:
The system is written using the Amsterdam Compiler Kit (ACK), so some parts of it are copyright by the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and the remainder by myself. Please see the Copyright Notice in the share directory.
The language implemented is most of ALGOL 68 (including virtually the whole of the official sublanguage). The implementation is pedantic rather than fast. See the documentation for full information.
The Sun3 and Atari versions are essentially frozen (but believed to be reliable). I would expect to be able to fix problems in the others as they arise. The system could in principle be run on any UNIX system for which the ACK provides a backend and, in particular, I would be willing to go for a Linux version if someone can offer me facilities to test it.
If you do download and install the system, please let me know. It would be nice to know who is using it and, in addition, you will get on my mailing list for any updates in the future.
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