This is a flexible language built around geometric types for tracking the geometry of a run program. There is a compiler, pretty printer, and interpreter.
OCaml 4.08 or higher required Dune 2.5.0 or higher required
Optional Ocamlformat 0.14.2
$ opam install dune $ apt-get install m4 # On Debian, for example. $ opam install menhir
Build by typing:
Now you can use
dune exec bin/gatorc.bc to run the compiler.
Or you can install a
$ make build
gatorc should be available on your path.
To simulate a Gator-compiled shader on your browser, view the README in the
You can run the compiler directly by passing a
*.lgl source file as an argument to
$ gatorc example.lgl
To run our house interpreter, simply include the argument
$ gatorc -i example.lgl
There are a bunch of tests under the
test.py script to run them.
The current version of the compiler generates GLSL 1.0 code, which is suitable for use in WebGL 1.0 (i.e., OpenGL 2.0) programs.