Rockstar interpreter in Rust
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README.md

Maiden

Build Status

Maiden is a Rockstar interpreter written in Rust.

Why the name?

Well given that Rockstar is about hard rock from the 1980s, Iron Maiden seemed like the obvious name given the existing use of iron as a name for Rust programs (despite it actually being named after a fungus)

Status

Rockstar is still very much in active flux, but we target the full "correct" test suite from the reference implementation (excepting some issues in it)

Usage

cargo run --quiet <your rockstar program> works pretty well

Web version

There's a deployed edition at https://palfrey.github.io/maiden/. To work with it

  1. Install Rust nightly (to work around stdweb needing procedural macros. See also https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/38356)
  2. Install cargo web
  3. Run cargo +nightly web start --auto-reload
  4. Goto http://localhost:8000/