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Concurrent Object-Oriented Language
COOL is an object oriented programming language specialized for concurrent software development.
Language syntax is similar to C++/C# and Java. For proper documentation please read the diploma thesis (Only available in german yet).
Some of the goals to achieve:
- Embedding some design-patterns on language level (singleton, state-pattern)
- Implementation of a back-end for byte-code generation
- Extending the compiler with an optimization phase for optimizing byte-code
- Optimizing the interpreter to improve runtime performace.
- Implementation of a Hotspot-Compiler for translating byte-code to x86 machine-code for native execution.
- Overall optimizations of the runtime library.
- Windows 7 or above (32/64 bit)
- x86 processor architecture
COOL is designed and developed by Christian Weis since 2006. Development haltet as of 06/2015 indefinitely.
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