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Internet C++ (ICVM) Alpha Release; An Open Alternative to Java and C-Sharp

Oct 18, 2000, 18:25 (22 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bob Dayley)

[ Thanks to Bob Dayley for this announcement. ]

We are happy to announce the alpha release of Internet C++, an open alternative to Java and C-Sharp. This release is a demonstration and test of the virtual machine (ICVM), the compiler (igcc), and libraries. Complete source to Internet C++ and ICVM are available for download, as well as binary releases of  ICVM for Unix/Unix-like platforms, including Linux, FreeBSD, and NetBSD.

Featuring a high-speed virtual machine (ICVM) that is fast enough to run Doom with no JIT compilation, Internet C++ provides several standard libraries such as X and Motif. Download our Doom port and check it out for yourself!

  Internet C++ will bring standard languages and APIs, as well as current applications, to the Internet.

More information and downloads at:
 http://www.xmission.com/~icvm/