Oberon is a family of both programming languages and systems originally developed by the Native Systems Group at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. A Oberon system is typically tighly coupled with the Oberon programming language it supports and a compiler for that language.
This is the most recent language/system of the Oberon family. Formerly called Bluebottle.
Active Oberon Language
Parallel Compiler (PACO)
1-pass recursive descent, scope concurrent parser.
AOS has been ported to MS Windows (WinAOS).
Oberon 2 Compiler (OP2)
1-pass recursive descent parser, generates intermediate parse tree.
For more details, see Oberon Website.
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