All-in-One package with OpenEuphoria 4.1 and wxEuphoria for 32-bit Debian-based Linux systems. An executable installs needed packages and sets environmemnt variables. Target directory can be specified for OpenEuphoria.
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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.
Phix is the alternative to Euphoria for Windows 32-bit systems.
This is the first release with the completely rewritten backend, offering a single 5MB download which should contain pretty much everything needed to develop applications, and even recompile the compiler itself (in about 15 seconds).
A new version of Edita is also included.
Download from http://phix.is-great.org/download.php (5MB, and an optional repackaged MSDN of 48MB)
WIN M- 569K Jalil Jul 19/15
M- is another programming language using a virtual machine to create seemingly fast programs. M- syntax is similar to assembly language.