The trygve language project - Building a DCI-centric language from the ground up
Clone or download the repo, then build and execute with
Running on Windows
Here's a quick-and-dirty guide from Andreas Söderlund for an initial bring-up on Windows:
- Download the OpenJava JDK from https://jdk.java.net/18/
- Install git: https://git-scm.com/downloads
- cd to an appropriate directory and execute:
git clone https://github.com/jcoplien/trygve.git cd trygve gradlew run
If you want to update to the latest version at a later time, execute the following inside the
git pull gradlew run
Available in the repository,
trygve1.docx. Many docx viewers are available, here is a free one from Softonic.
An online version is available at http://fulloo.info/Documents/trygve/trygve1.html
VS Code is a very accessible way to develop trygve. Installation instructions are available here.
For other environments, import this repository as a Gradle project into your IDE. (Or as a regular project if you wish.) Then run or debug
To build a distribution
For details on how to configure for eclipse, see the appendix of the user manual. The instructions are for the Mac but generalizing them to Windows (and to other versions of eclipse) should be straightforward.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.