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PostPosted: May 15th, 2012, 1:00am    Post subject: ViviFire FAQ Reply with quote

  1. Where does the name ViviFire come from?
    It is a blend of "vivify" (to give life to) and "fire"(an homage to Liberty BASIC).
  2. Which paradigms does/will it support?
    Object-oriented programming (OOP)
    Modular programming
    Generic programming
  3. What language is ViviFire written in?
    Standard C++
  4. What tools do you use to develop ViviFire?
    Coco/R translates a grammar specification into C++.
    LLVM provides a cross-platform compiler backend.
  5. Is source code available?
    Yes. http://www.b6sw.com/ViviFire/src
    or https://github.com/BrentDT/ViviFire
  6. Under what license is the code released?
    Creative Commons/CC0 http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode
  7. What does Hello World look like?
    Code:
    Program Hello
    Require IO #io
    #io.PrintLine "Hellow world!"
    End

  8. What stage of development is ViviFire currently in?
    As of mid-2015, it is at a late-alpha or pre-beta level.
  9. Where is the ViviFire home page?
    It's at http://www.b6sw.com/ViviFire.

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