Minimalistic Assembler Interpreter 0.1 Alpha Description:
Minimalistic Assembler Interpreter (also known as miniasm) is an open source, cross-platform and freely distributed CLI (Command-line Interface) software project implemented in C++ and designed to provide interpreter, compiler and assembler tools for bytecode (a.k.a. p-code or portable code). With Minimalistic Assembler Interpreter, you will be able to compile interpreted bytecode (.iasm) from mini-assebler (.masm) and short-(.sasm), interpret the bytecode, compile the bytecode into binary code, as well as to write mutatable programs. It uses only relative adressing. The software is still in heavy development, distributed only as an Alpha release at the moment, which means that you can’t really use it. We’ve tried to compile it, but it doesn’t work because the main.o file is missing from both the compiler and interpreter components. A more complete, Beta version, should be available soon.