[self-interest] Anyone have a copy of Kevo?
Jecel Assumpcao Jr.
jecel at merlintec.com
Sat Dec 11 14:39:46 UTC 2010
> Does anyone know whether there is a copy of the Antero Taivalsaari's
> 'Kevo' programming language floating around anywhere, and whether
> it would still be possible to run it?
I might have, but it will take me a while to find it. You need to be
able to run old Mac 68K executables to use this. Though this entry is
from 1993, so it might run on PowerMacs:
language: Kevo (Forth-like)
parts: interpreter, demo programs, user's guide, papers
author: Antero Taivalsaari <tsaari at cs.uta.fi>
description: Kevo is a prototype-based object-oriented language for
Macintosh Kevo features a unique prototype-based object model
(which is based neither on classes nor Self-style delegation),
multitasking (both preemptive and cooperative), dynamic memory
management, and an icon-based object browser and editor modeled
loosely after Mac Finder. Kevo has been built around a portable
threaded code interpreter, and is syntactically a close
derivative of Forth.
contact: kevo-interest at ursamajor.uvic.ca
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