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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.

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:

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.


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