Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Project Diary Update: JVM Notebook

I have made the initial import of jvm language notebook source. Basically just a collection of source related to programming languages that run on the jvm. People are always curious about how one should get started working with for example Jython. Hopefully these notebook projects will show one how to do so. Here is a blurb from the project:

"The Java Virtual Machine ( Sun's JVM is called HotSpot? ) is a java bytecode intepreter which is fast, portable and secure. Jython, JRuby, Scala, ABCL (Common Lisp) are popular language implementations that run on the JVM that allow for the syntatic sugar of their particular languages. This project contains multiple subprojects and code demos related to those jvm language implementations. "


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