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> Euphoria Programming Language, Compiled for pdaXrom
mabrown
post Feb 18 2006, 09:26 PM
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Hi everyone.

Some time ago I compiled the Euphoria programming language for use on my C860.
Euphoria is an interpreted language with a good turn of speed.

You can check out the official versions here:
http://www.rapideuphoria.com

You can get the Z version for pdaXrom here:
http://www.rapideuphoria.com/lin.htm

I have used the Euphoria gtk library to create gui apps on my Z with minimal coding required. All of the examples included with the library work although some require small changes on the Z. I will provide the altered files if anyone is interested. You can get the library here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/eugtk

I can provide a simple euphoria syntax highlighting file for nedit and show how to run your programs from within nedit if anyone is interested. Makes quite a nice development environment.

Please note, these are not packages and require some (simple) installation.

Hope this proves to be useful.

Mark
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VirtusRex
post Jun 9 2006, 07:19 PM
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QUOTE(mabrown @ Feb 19 2006, 12:26 AM)
Hi everyone.

Some time ago I compiled the Euphoria programming language for use on my C860.
Euphoria is an interpreted language with a good turn of speed.

You can check out the official versions here:
http://www.rapideuphoria.com

You can get the Z version for pdaXrom here:
http://www.rapideuphoria.com/lin.htm

I have used the Euphoria gtk library to create gui apps on my Z with minimal coding required. All of the examples included with the library work although some require small changes on the Z. I will provide the altered files if anyone is interested. You can get the library here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/eugtk

I can provide a simple euphoria syntax highlighting file for nedit and show how to run your programs from within nedit if anyone is interested. Makes quite a nice development environment.

Please note, these are not packages and require some (simple) installation.

Hope this proves to be useful.

Mark
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Hello Mark,

I've been looking for a compiler and programming language I can use on my c760. Any advice on how to setup Euphoria and get it running would be great.

Virtusrex
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