For people interested in language implementations, I maintain a list of programming languages written in Rust.
That list is longer than I expected. I should get mine added to the list: https://github.com/zaphar/ucg
Looks like what you’re building is a configuration language! I’m happy to add it in a new section, if you’ll open a PR.
It’s more like a compiler for configuration languages that supports multiple formats as backends. I may just put together that PR :-D
Very cool :D Please do!
I’m interested in a similar list for languages written in Go if anyone knows of one?
I’m not aware of a tracker, but some GitHub searching finds a number of language projects!
Ah, awesome! I didn’t consider this.
A similar (but smaller) list is found here. Mind you these are only languages active on the /r/ProgrammingLanguages subreddit IIRC.
IRCIS looks like SpaceChem.
Thank you for this link! There are many things here I found really interesting. I also noticed a language on here which came from https://catseye.tc/article/Languages.md which is a good rabbit hole for programming languages.
I’m kind of curious if Dark will ever take off. My gut says no though. I can’t really imagine who would use it. Likely not programmers, except for POC work. I could see a business analyst or other technically minded person using it if the company can’t afford a programmer. But after they get good at it, they may teach themselves coding and become worth more.
Some real underappreciated gems in there!
Wow, great list. I was surprised at the number of languages that turn up on codegolf stack exchange that I’ve never heard of and now here are a whole bunch more.
Oh, Janet is missing. I need to PR soon :-).
Anyway, great list!
Thanks for this!