Russel Davis writes about using Euphoria on the Raspberry Pi. He also has links to an OE build that works on the Pi.
-- Euphoria is simple puts(1, "Hello, World!")
Welcome to OpenEuphoria
Euphoria is a powerful but easy-to-learn programming language. It has a simple syntax and structure with consistent rules, and is also easy to read. You can quickly, and with little effort, develop applications, big and small, for Windows, Unix variants (Linux, FreeBSD, ...) and OS X.
Euphoria was first released as shareware way back in 1993. Nowadays, it is being developed as an open source project that is community driven and maintained. The language has evolved into a sophisticated tool for programmers.
Surprising to many, Euphoria is one of the fastest interpreted languages around however for more speed and ease of distribution Euphoria also includes an integrated Euphoria to C translator. Euphoria provides subscript checking, uninitialized variable checking, garbage collection, and numerous other run-time checks, and is still extremely fast.
Euphoria is a general purpose programming language with a large library base making it usable for a variety of tasks. Its use of simple English words rather than punctuation enables you to quickly read the source code and understand it. Please read some Sample Code for yourself.
LNX UTF8 Dialogs 8K Jean-Marc DURO Jan 7/15
Irv Mullins' Simple Text User Interface ported to Unicode for OpenEuphoria 4.1 on Linux. Added Save/Restore screen to manage popup lists because OpenEuphoria routines (save_text_image/display_text_image) are not Unicode compliant. package libncurses5-dev (Ubuntu/Mint/Debian) is needed (ncurses development files).
WIN Trace utility 2K Phil French Dec 25/14
R.S Williamson's trackvars was just what he wanted, but it needed updating from 2000. He wanted to make it extra convenient. He tried to add a little - He hopes he managed this correctly. It 'logs' events you want to track in your program. 2 files, tracer3.ew and a readme.