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jliquid - the jedi backend, in Java

June 18, 2012
tags: jedi, java, jliquid, github, finite state machines

Hello all,

Thought I'd take a second to mention that I've begun porting my jedi programming language backend to Java. I'm not entirely sure why, but it's been fun, and it's shown me how flawed my object- oriented thinking is sometimes, if I dive into projects without a defined spec ahead of time. While the current version of jliquid works, it is lacking several important features, for which I must redesign to accomodate. Chief among them is the inability to output anything to the output ports from within the machine (JLiquidTask). Ah well. We shall see where it goes from here.

If you're interested, you can check out the jliquid Github repo.

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