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Gorby is a small stack based scripting language written by Geoffrey
Hamilton. It's history is essentially Forth in that it stores variables on
a stack, but beyond that there is very little similarity.
Gorby is infinitly extensible, meaning you can add on to the syntax
forever. The basic unit of the language is the word, and words can be mixed
together to form other words. A word can be a number, string, primitive word
or a defined word.
In summary, Gorby is a powerful scripting langauge. It's low-level features allow the
implementation of any Linux feature.
Current Version: 1.0.1
License Type: GPL
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Yes
Gorby should be portable to any platform. At the moment it is released
only for Linux and ELKS.
ftp://ftp.kayhay.com/pub/linux/gorby (FTP site)
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