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This section is for historians only; you might want to see Languages currently under development instead.
Written by Jeff Goff. Was in 'languages/miniperl' in Parrot svn repository until r12805.
Scripting language inspired by Eiffel and Ruby. Original version targeted parrot, current version is self-contained. The PMCs for amber were in the repository until 0.6.1. http://xamber.org/.
Parakeet was a Forth that was extremely machine specific to the Parrot VM. Parakeet also had a lot of features not found in standard Forth, like local variables, nested words and classes and (as a result) nested compile-time and run-time lexical word, class and variable scopes.
Removed from the repository 'languages/parakeet' prior to 0.4.10, after having been broken since 0.0.11.
Parakeet is also the name of a project the extends the Jikes RVM in order to run Parrot bytecode. See http://parakeet.wiki.sourceforge.net/.
BASIC interpreter was written in PASM, and used the global stack. It was last verified working in 0.0.11 before it was removed from 'languages/BASIC/interpreter' prior to Parrot 0.5.1.
The version at http://rubyforge.org/projects/cardinal/ has been superseded by the one in the repository. (See above)
The PAscal for PArrot compiler was a final year project at I.T. Carlow.
From r16836 up to r25231 'languages/perl5' served as a repository for some Perl 5 - specific functionality that was heavily used in early parrot development.
An experimental implementation of PHP. Described at http://www.akbkhome.com/blog.php/View/44/Latest_in_Vapourware_PintCompiler__dbdo.html, but no updates since August 2004, and the link to source is a 404.
Plumhead was the PHP on Parrot implementation. It has been renamed to Pipp.
Removed from trunk of Parrot subversion repository. Up to revision 12805, located in 'languages/ruby'.
Simple functional language. A quickly abandoned attempt. See http://web.archive.org/web/20070911102734/ and http://www.acooke.org/andrew/writing/parrot/sfl.html
Span can be most concisely described as Smalltalk for C++, C#, and Java programmers. It features an object system modeled on the Smalltalk object system and a language syntax designed to be easy to learn for developers of C-like languages. Last verified against parrot 0.1.11. http://homepage.mac.com/matt.kennedy/Span
TAP (Test Anything Protocol)
A parser for the Test Anything Protocol Was located in 'languages/tap', removed in r26661.
A z-machine interpreter original found in 'languages/Zcode', it was removed in r36267. At the time of its removal, it was non-functional, but could probably be made to work against a recent parrot with only a little effort.