pec

pec embedded compiler

Latest on Hackage:0.2.3

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BSD3 licensed and maintained by Brett Letner
Introducing the pec language and pec embedded compiler.

The intent of pec is to provide a drop-in replacement for C, but with
modern language features. Pec is a procedural language with a
functional/declarative feel. Programming in pec is very similar to
monadic programming in Haskell. The primary use case for pec is to
provide a productive environment for writing safe, efficient, embedded
applications.

Feature list
- Easy C integration
- No garbage collection
- Strong typing with Hindley-Milner type inference
- Safe pointers, no indexing out of bounds
- Variants, arrays, tuples, records, arbitrary sized integers
- User defined, polymorphic data structures
- Parametric polymorphism, limited ad-hoc polymorphism
- Modules
- Compiles to C and LLVM
- Haskell-ish syntax/layout
- BSD license

Building
- type 'make'
- resolve all hackage dependencies
- type 'make' again
- go and get a cup of coffee :)

Pec (the language and the compiler) is in the alpha stage of
development. The compiler is implemented in Haskell and has a very
small codebase (thanks to several existing Haskell tools/libraries).

You can download and install pec via cabal or access the git
repository on github (git@github.com:stevezhee/pec.git). You'll need
to have a c compiler installed to build the examples.

Any feedback on the design and/or implementation of pec would be
greatly appreciated :)

Thanks,
Brett
brettletner at gmail dot com

Changes

Changes since the last release:
- eliminated inline Haskell code in pec syntax (that was an ugly idea :)
- rewrite to better support multiple backends
- added C backend support
- now using grm instead of bnfc
- added stack, queue, deque container types to pec lib
- more test cases including some project euler
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