New new new try at implementing Global Script in Haskell. Compiles Global Script to 'byte-code' written in the IO monad (http://globalscript.org/)
This is *alpha quality* software. It works for me on my machine; it hasn't been tested on anything else. Use at your own risk. This is pretty self-explanatory to me, but if it isn't to you: You will need Plan 9 from User Space, here: https://9fans.github.io/plan9port/ . You also will need the language spec, here: https://hub.darcs.net/jcast/globalscript-spec (Darcs Hub) or here: https://hub.darcs.net/jcast/globalscript-spec (GitHub). The language spec should go in a parallel directory to this checkout. Set HSGLOBALSCRIPT=`pwd` GS_SPEC=whereever you put the globalscript-spec checkout Then run sh install-prereqs.sh sh configure ./test-all to test and build this checkout. To run a Global Script program, wrap it in import GSI.Env (runGSProgram) $gsimports main = runGSProgram $ [gs:value| -- Global Script code goes here |] , save that to a .hsgs file, then run $HSGLOBALSCRIPT/bin/hsgs2hs $foo.hsgs ghc `$HSGLOBALSCRIPT/ghcoptions` -i$HSGLOBALSCRIPT/src/libgsi --make foo.hs -o foo ./foo to compile and run it.