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Mike Green said...
You don't really have a list of languages. You have a list of implementations of languages.
For example, there is only one FemtoBasic language and several implementations, one for
each of several hardware configurations. The underlying interpreter is the same. Similarly,
there is only one Meta2 language and two implementations, one stand-alone, and the other
using Sphinx's I/O. The underlying compiler is the same.
Don't forget to add "12 Blocks" when it gets released... [noparse]:)[/noparse]
humanoido: What are your criteria for accepting new languages?
Have you actually, for example, done the compilations
of each of all the languages that need compilation to convince your self
that they work?
I think we can easily get to 50 if I start supplying demos and instructions for compilation of all the Z80 compiled languages.
Then we can add the GCC C compiler at some point as it can compile code for the 6809 which we have an emulator for. One can count GCCs C as a different language as it has features not present in other C's. Perhaps then even FORTRAN.