A Brookshear Machine implementation in Java
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BMach

A Brookshear Machine implementation in Java.

Screenshots

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License

Copyright (c) 2010 Georgios Migdos cyberpython@gmail.com

Source code is available under the terms of the Apache license v2.0.

All icons are part of the "Silk" iconset by Mark James, except for the application icon which has been created from scratch with Inkscape.

jSyntaxPane, an open-source JEditorKit that adds support for custom syntax-highlighting to JEditorPane, is used.

FileDrop.java is public domain. Its original author is Robert Harder and Gnome/KDE support has been added by Nathan Blomquist.

Build instructions

To build the project’s code you will need :

Open a terminal and give:

git clone git://github.com/cyberpython/BMach.git
cd BMach
ant clean jar

How to run the application

To run the application you must have a JRE (6.x+) installed. Then you can give:

java -jar dist/bmach.jar

Or simply double click on dist/bmach.jar