JayParser is an extremely simple virtual machine for the purpose of experimenting and education. It is a 32-bit machine with a 16-bit memory address space (64kb memory), and 4 general-purpose registers that are stored in main memory. At the moment it has 20 instructions.
Originally written by Etienne Maheu, now developed by Brandon Foltz.
JayParser is released under the MIT license. Please refer to LICENSE.txt for more information.