Finally, I'm putting up what I have for Pair, my script language intended for homebrew game projects. Pair is designed to be a small, embedded, acceptably fast (probably not yet the case) script language that will ultimately allow multiple concurrent VM (and not OS-based) threadlets, generators and continuations.
I don't have a lot of time on my hands, so stuff like this takes quite a long while. Now, there's some messed up stuff going on here. You'll have to forgive me that or wait until it's refined more. For example, scoping isn't right at all. The (let ..) expression isn't how it's supposed to be in a lisp-type language. It defines a variable for the rest of the outer scope which isn't right. I'll fix that. Continuations aren't currently supported, but the underlying machinery is mostly there as well as the mechanism for running multiple lightweight VM threads although this is not accessible from the command line program. Which is probably good, since I'm not sure how well that works with the garbage collector at this point. Also, there's a lot of just general messiness going on. There are a bunch of warnings at compile time and comments are sparse. These things will be fixed eventually. I've compiled these with Visual C++ .NET 2003. There are two parts here.
The Pair Compiler
The Pair VM
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