[virtmach] Is this thing still on?
Denis N. Antonioli
26 Jun 2000 23:24:49 +0200
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On Mon, 26 Jun 2000 email@example.com wrote:
> Both Forth and Oberon are systems which are written to be compiled almost
> entirely to their own virtual machines.
I have to disagree here.
I've studied CS at the ETHZ, at the time they introduced Oberon for the
students' exercises and have taken a few courses given by Wirth on the
design of the system: Oberon was written to compile directly to native
Or are you thinking of Franz's OMI (or SlimBianries)? But he stores
more or less the AST produced by the compiler. I don't think that
pass as a virtual machine, does it?
X-Windows: It was hard to write; it should be hard to use.
-- Jamie Zawinski
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