The Transterpreter Project

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Command-line versions available

Despite the death of a hard drive (we use version control, and back up our repositories), we've finally had the time to sit down and get a command-line version of the compiler, linker, and virtual machine ready for download.

http://www.transterpreter.org/documentation/getting_started.html

Both Windows and the Mac versions can now be run from the command line, eliminating the ugliness of the JEdit IDE (which I suspect is responsible for many of the difficulties experienced by Transterpreter users). Both Vi and Emacs have occam modes that can be downloaded from here and there on the WWW.

A quick walk-through for using the command-line version is online as well:

http://www.transterpreter.org/documentation/from_the_commandline.html

I will say this: we're assuming you've kicked occam around before, and are comfortable on the command line. If you get stuck, drop a note to tvm-discuss at transterpreter dot org, and we (or someone else on the list) will try and help get you started.

I hope that helps get people started. Our apologies for the rough take-off.



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  • Posted: May 10, 2005
  • Author: Matthew Jadud
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