Mobile Resource Guarantees
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What is Camelot?Camelot is a resource-safe functional programming language of the ML family. It is strict, first-order, strongly typed and features novel type systems to guarantee bounded resource consumption of programs written in Camelot. Camelot is compiled to JVML, and thus Camelot programs can be executed as mobile code in a distributed environment. See Gentle Introduction to Camelot for more details. For users at Edinburgh, there are some very quick instructions on how to run the compiler here.
DownloadsThe Camelot compiler is available both in source code ( .tar.gz, .zip) and as binary packages ( .tar.gz, .zip, rpm to follow) for Linux. The distribution includes the Camelot compiler, the Grail assembler and disassembler, and the LFD_inference program. For more details, see the installation section of the documentation.
The current version of the compiler is version 4.5 [temporary] (4th August 2005) .
Building the Camelot compiler from source requires the Moscow ML compiler.
Installation from binaries
To install a binary RPM, just issue the usual command
To install a binary tarball, issue the command
Installation from sources
To install from source, go to the dir
The LFD module is separate from the Camelot compiler, proper, and lives in the
Testing the installation
The Camelot manual describes how to use the compiler and discusses basics of writing Camelot programs.
The Grail manual describes the (dis-)assembler that translates the Grail language, that is produced by the main part of the Camelot compiler, to JVM code and vice versa.
Camelot Example Programs
The sources contain a directory
# camelot Fib.cmlt Compiled Fib to JVML # java Fib 13 fib 13 = 377
On-line Demo of Camelot
You can also compile and run Camelot programs, and perform space inference by going to the producer side of the online demo. That way you don't have to install Camelot at all to try simple programs. If you use Camelot more heavily, we recomment that you get a binary installation, though, and also please let us know.--
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