Gorby 0.99 Released

Geoffrey Hamilton <hamiltong@rcsn.nb.ca>
7 Dec 1996 23:05:45 -0500

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From: Geoffrey Hamilton <hamiltong@rcsn.nb.ca>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 7 Dec 1996 23:05:45 -0500
Organization: NBNet.nb.ca
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Gorby 0.99, a small, powerful scripting language for linux, is now
ready for an official release. This language, written by Geoffrey
Hamilton, is stack-based, but allows for direct interface to Linux
system calls through int 0x80.
      Since Gorby is infinitely extensible, its syntax can be added on to
infinitely. This allows for extension of the basic language set to
include any and all system calls.
      This is a pre-version 1 release, so it likely has a few bugs and
needs a bit of revision, but I encourage you to take a look at it all
the same at



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