Last Edited: Mon Feb 12 08:13:12 1996 by jnw (Joseph N. Wilson) on aviator.cis.ufl.edu
The Marlais Dylan Interpreter
Painting of Dylan Thomas by Rupert Shepard.
The Marlais Dylan interpreter is a straightforward implementation of a
programming strongly resembling the
programming language, an object-oriented dynamic
language. It is copylefted software that was originally developed by
Brent Benson of Harris Computer Systems
Information about the
Dylan language and related projects at Apple Computer is available
from Apple's Developer
Products Group web page.
This version, whose primary author is
is available for anonymous ftp from internet hosts.
Many features were added since the last version.
A recap of the differences between the language
supported by marlais-0.5 and Dylan is available to be browed.
has produced a Macintosh
implementation of the Marlais interpreter that supports various
extensions and provides an extremely nice user interface for the Mac.
Other Dylan Implementations
The CMU Gwydion
project has produced the Mindy (Mindy Is Not Yet Dylan) dylan
This document is
by Joseph N. Wilson.