Author Topic: Bubble BASIC: Linux/Windows BASIC Compiler (NASM compatible)  (Read 2862 times)

Offline clockworkd

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Bubble BASIC: Linux/Windows BASIC Compiler (NASM compatible)
« on: October 23, 2014, 08:13:18 PM »

This is my little BASIC compiler for Linux and Windows. It is free (as in freedom). It's quite well documented. It uses NASM as a backend by default, but can be configured to use FASM by changing one character in a config file. I chose to make NASM the default because NASM is also free. The compiler is written in Haskell and C.

Make sure you get the latest version. The latest .zip file has binaries for Linux and Windows and you can install by running a simple bash/batch script. One thing I neglected to put in the documentation is that .zip files don't seem to preserve the Linux "executable" bit, so before you run, run these commands:

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chmod +x bubble-basic
chmod +x
chmod +x

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