Ásli is a register machine which can be used for learning the basic concepts of register machines. It uses Sexp program files as input and features a stack, simple arithmetics, and conditional jumps. The register machine comes with a lean Swing GUI that supports editing the program, stepping through and monitoring the registers, and the stack. It aims to be a lightweight, but usable and extendable, learning environment for students and adults that want learn about register machines and register based virtual machines.

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  •  30 Apr 2006 12:08

    Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and code refactoring were done. The software now comes with a ready-to-run JAR file.

    •  30 Apr 2006 07:18

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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