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= Verilog =

Verilog like VHDL are hardware description languages. These may be used for programmable hardware like [[FPGA]] for which a completely free toolchain has emerged, see [[FPGA/Lattice]].

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For programming applications, see here.


Note: GTK, QT are not languages, they are gui toolkits.

Ada

  • GNAT is an Ada compiler. It supports all versions of the language, i.e. Ada 2012, Ada 2005, Ada 95 and Ada 83 (however at the time of writing there are troubles with compiling Ada 2012 code)

Algol 68

  • i386 binary Debian package available at

BASIC

  • FreeBasic (libfreebasic already packaged, fbc not yet. Very Microsoft QBasic compatible (graphics))

  • Scriba

  • YaBASIC

C / C++

Erlang

Fortran

Free Pascal

GTK

Java

JavaScript

Objective-C, Objective-C++

  • gobjc (from GCC)

OCaml

  • OCaml (i.e. Objective Caml)

Perl

PHP

Python

Ruby

Qt

Tcl/Tk

Verilog

Verilog like VHDL are hardware description languages. These may be used for programmable hardware like FPGA for which a completely free toolchain has emerged, see FPGA/Lattice.

C# and .NET

  • Mono - open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework (mono)

  • Vala - self-hosting and statically typed language with C#-like syntax that compiles to C, based on GLib and GObject, useful with GTK+ and GNOME (valac)


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