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  • cartesianprogramming 03:22 on 2011/11/22 Permalink | Reply  

    The new C++ 

    The TransLucid interpreter is being written using the new standard C++, called C++11.
    For interesting discussions about C++11, I recommend the http://thenewcpp.wordpress.com blog.
    For a summary of the current C++11 implementation of the GNU gcc compiler suite, go to http://gcc.gnu.org/projects/cxx0x.html

     
  • cartesianprogramming 03:17 on 2011/11/22 Permalink | Reply  

    TransLucid is live and online 

    The TransLucid interpreter is coming alive. It now implements a full functional programming language. It can be used online at http://translucid.web.cse.unsw.edu.au

     
  • cartesianprogramming 09:59 on 2010/09/14 Permalink | Reply  

    Semantics of header entries 

    Since headers are needed for equations to be parsed, and (at least in theory) equations can come from multiple simultaneous sources, there will be a need for multiple simultaneous headers, which should simply be unioned together, no? This means that one should be able to load the same library multiple times and declare the same dimension multiple times, and so on. What is necessary is that everything be consistent, e.g., an operator cannot be defined to have multiple interpretations.

     
    • jarro2783 10:07 on 2010/09/14 Permalink | Reply

      I think this goes with the post 2 down. The header semantics need to be better defined, including the deletion of dimensions, and the parser should be sensitive to time and other context. Currently the header just gets added to and the parser parses by whatever the header says at the time that it was called.

  • Jarryd Beck 12:04 on 2010/08/03 Permalink | Reply  

    Current todo list 

    This is the current list of features that are required to work to make tlcore begin to be useful. The important system at the moment is the reactive one.

    • Load libraries in the header
    • define time and pass it in the context
    • add time : #time .. inf to the definition of equations
    • only begin execution after $$
    • bestfit with priority
    • print uuids
    • add a uuid type to allow the manipulation of equations
    • delete and replace
     
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