List of compilers

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This page is intended to list all current compilers, compiler generators, interpreters, translators, tool foundations, assemblers, automatable command line interfaces (shells), etc.

Ada compilers[edit]

Eiffel compilers

Compiler puski Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
PTC ObjectAda PTC, Inc. Yes Yes Yes Proprietary
GCC GNAT GNU Project Yes Yes Yes GPLv3+
GreenHills Ada Optimizing Compiler Green Hills Software Yes Yes No Proprietary
PTC ApexAda PTC, Inc. No Yes Yes Proprietary
SCORE Ada DDC-I Yes Yes Yes Proprietary

ALGOL 60 compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
ALGOL 60 RHA (Minisystems) Ltd No No DOS, CP/M Free for personal use
Persistent S-algol Paul Cockshott Yes No DOS Copyright only
MCP Unisys No No MCP Proprietary

ALGOL 68 compilers[edit]

cf. ALGOL 68s specification and implementation timeline

Name Year Purpose State Description Target CPU Licensing Implementation Language
ALGOL 68r0 1968 Standard Intl IFIP WG 2.1 Final Report Specification - August ACM
ALGOL 68-RR 1970 Military UK ICL 1900 ALGOL 60
EPOS ALGOLE 1971 Scientific
ALGOL 68RSRS 1972 Military UK Portable compiler system ICL 2900/Series 39, Multics, VMS & C generator (1993) Crown Copyright ALGOL 68RS
Mini ALGOL 68 1973 Research NL "An interpreter for simple Algol 68 Programs" Portable interpreter Mathematisch Centrum ALGOL 60
ALGOL 68CC 1975 Scientific UK Cambridge Algol 68 ICL, IBM 360, PDP 10 & Unix, Telefunken, Tesla & Z80(1980)[1] Cambridge ALGOL 68C
ALGOL 68 Revised Reportr1 1975 Standard Intl IFIP WG 2.1 Revised Report Specification ACM
Odra Algol 68 1976 practical uses USSR/Poland Odra 1204/IL Soviet ALGOL 60
FLACCF 1977 Multi-purpose CA Revised Report complete implementation with debug features System/370 lease, Chion Corporation Assembler
Leningrad ALGOL 68L 1980 Telecommunications USSR Full Language + Modules IBM, DEC, CAMCOH, PS 1001 & PC Soviet
Interactive ALGOL 68I 1983 UK Incremental compilation PC Noncommercial shareware |
ALGOL 68SS 1985 Scientific Intl Sun version of ALGOL 68 Sun-3, Sun SPARC (under SunOS 4.1 & Solaris 2), Atari ST (under GEMDOS), Acorn Archimedes (under RISC OS), VAX-11 under Ultrix-32
Algol68toC[2] (ctrans) 1985 Electronics UK ctrans from ELLA ALGOL 68RS Portable C generator  Open Sourced & Public Domained 1995 ALGOL 68RS
Algol 68 GenieG 2001 Full Language NL Includes standard collateral clause Portable interpreter GPL C

Assemblers (Intel *86)[edit]

Assembler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Turbo Assembler Borland Yes No No Proprietary
A86 assembler Eric Isaacson Yes No No Proprietary
Microsoft Macro Assembler Microsoft Yes No No Proprietary
Net wide Assembler Simon Tatham and Julian Hall Yes Yes Yes BSD

Assemblers (Motorola 68*)[edit]

Assembler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Assembler Motorola Yes No No Proprietary

Assemblers (Zilog Z80)[edit]

Assembler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Zeus Assembler Neil Mottershead, Simon Brattel No No Yes Proprietary

Assemblers (other)[edit]

Assembler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
TMS 9900 Assembler Texas Instruments Yes No No Proprietary

BASIC Compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
BlitzMax Blitz Research Yes Yes (Linux, OS X) No zlib License
DarkBASIC The Game Creators Yes No No Proprietary
FreeBASIC FreeBASIC Development Team Yes Yes DOS GPLv2+
Gambas Benoît Minisini No Yes No GPLv2+
PowerBASIC PowerBASIC, Inc. Yes No DOS Proprietary
PureBasic Fantaisie Software Yes Yes Yes Proprietary
QB64 Galleon Yes Yes Yes LGPLv2.1
QuickBASIC Microsoft No No DOS Proprietary
Xojo (formerly REALbasic) Xojo Inc. (formerly Real Software) Yes Yes Yes Proprietary
True BASIC True BASIC Yes No No Proprietary

BASIC interpreters[edit]

Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Liberty BASIC Shoptalk Systems Yes No No Proprietary
QBasic Microsoft Yes No No Proprietary
Chipmunk Basic Ronald H. Nicholson, Jr. Yes Yes Yes Freeware
TI Basic Texas Instruments No No TI-99/4A Proprietary
TI Extended Basic Texas Instruments No No TI-99/4A Proprietary
Rocky Mountain BASIC [Trans Era] Yes No HP 9000 Proprietary

Batch compilers[edit]

C compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Microsoft Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type Standard conformance
C89 C99 C11
Aztec C Manx Software Systems No No CP/M, CP/M-86, DOS, Classic Mac OS Proprietary ? ? ?
Amsterdam Compiler Kit Andrew Tanenbaum and Ceriel Jacobs No Yes Yes BSD ? ? ?
BDS C BD Software No No CP/M Public domain ? ? ?
Ch SoftIntegration, Inc Yes OS X, FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, Qnx Yes Freeware Yes Yes No
Clang LLVM Project Yes Yes Yes UoI/NCSA Yes Yes Partial
CoderStudio Manos[disambiguation needed] Yes No No Freeware ? ? ?
CompCert INRIA Yes Yes No Freeware (source code available for non-commercial use) or GPL Yes Partial No
Digital Mars Digital Mars Yes No No Proprietary ? ? ?
Edison Design Group Edison Design Group Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes Yes No
GCC C GNU Project MinGW, Cygwin Yes IBM mainframe, AmigaOS, VAX/VMS, RTEMS, DOS[3] GPL Yes Yes Yes
IAR C/C++ Compilers IAR Systems Yes No No Proprietary Yes Yes Yes
Intel C++ Compiler
(icc)
Intel Yes Linux, macOS No Proprietary (Freeware for most non-commercial applications) Yes Partial Partial
Interactive C KISS Institute for Practical Robotics Yes Unix, OS X, Linux, IRIX, Solaris, SunOS No Freeware Partial No No
keil C/C++ Compilers Keil (company) Yes Yes No Proprietary ? ? ?
Lattice C Lifeboat Associates No Yes DOS, OS/2, Commodore, Amiga, Atari ST, Sinclair QL Proprietary ? ? ?
lcc Chris Fraser and David Hanson Yes Yes Yes Freeware (source code available for non-commercial use) Yes No No
Mark Williams C Mark Williams Company Yes Coherent Yes Proprietary - Coherent Compiler 3-clause BSD[clarification needed] ? ? ?
MCP Unisys No No MCP Proprietary ? ? ?
MikroC Compiler Mikroelektronika Yes Yes Yes Proprietary ? ? ?
MPW C Apple No No Classic Mac OS Proprietary ? ? ?
Open64 AMD SGI Google HP Intel Nvidia PathScale Tsinghua University and others No Yes Yes GPL ? ? ?
Pacific C Hi-tech software No No DOS Freeware[4] ? ? ?
Pelles C Pelle Orinius Yes No No Freeware ? ? ?
Personal C Compiler (PCC) DeSmet No No DOS Opensource[5] ? ? ?
PGCC The Portland Group Yes Yes Unknown Proprietary ? ? ?
Portable C Compiler Stephen C. Johnson, Anders Magnusson and others Yes Yes Yes BSD Yes Partial No
QuickC Microsoft Yes No No Proprietary ? ? ?
Ritchie C Compiler (PDP-11) Dennis Ritchie and John Reiser; converted to cross-compiler by Doug Gwyn Yes Yes Yes Freeware ? ? ?
SAS/C SAS Institute Yes Yes Yes IBM mainframe, AmigaOS, 68K, 88K Proprietary ? ? ?
scc suckless.org No Yes No ISC License ? ? ?
SCORE C (tcc) DDC-I Yes Yes Yes Proprietary ? ? ?
Small-C Ron Caine, James E. Hendrix, Byte magazine Yes Yes CP/M, DOS Public domain Partial No No
Small Device C Compiler Sandeep Dutta and others Yes Yes Unknown GPL ? ? ?
Tasking Altium Yes Linux, MacOS No Proprietary ? ? ?
THINK C, Lightspeed C THINK Technologies No No Classic Mac OS Proprietary ? ? ?
Tiny C Compiler Fabrice Bellard Yes Yes No LGPL Yes Partial No
(Borland) Turbo C Embarcadero Yes No Yes Proprietary - V 2.01 freely available ? ? ?
VBCC Volker Barthelmann Yes Yes Yes Freeware (source code available, modification not allowed) Yes Partial No
Visual C++ Express Microsoft Yes No No Freeware ? ? ?
Watcom C/C++,
Open Watcom C/C++
Watcom Yes experimental DOS, OS/2 Sybase Open Watcom Public License Yes Partial No
Wind River (Diab) Compiler Wind River Systems Yes Yes Yes Proprietary ? ? ?
XL C IBM No AIX, Linux No Proprietary Yes Yes Partial

Source-to-source compilers[edit]

This list is incomplete. A more extensive list of source-to-source compilers can be found here.

Compiler Author Target Input Target Output Auto-Parallelizer Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type Framework?
DMS Software Reengineering Toolkit Semantic Designs C/C++, COBOL, PL/I, many others Arbitrary languages No Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
EDG Front End Edison Design Group C/C++, Java, Fortran C No Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
ROSE Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory C, Fortran, and more C, Fortran, and more Yes No Yes Yes BSD Yes
PIPS Parallélisation interprocédurale de programmes scientifiques Mines ParisTech C, Fortran C, Fortran Yes No Yes Yes GPL Yes

C++ compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Operating System[i] License type IDE Standard conformance
Windows Unix-like Other C++11 C++14 C++17
C++Builder (bcc*) Embarcadero (CodeGear) Yes (bcc32) macOS (bccosx)[6] No Proprietary Yes Yes[7][8] No No
C++Builder (bcc*) Embarcadero (LLVM)[9] Yes (bcc32c,bcc64) iOS⟩ (bccios*), ⟨Android⟩ (bcca*)[6] No Proprietary Yes Yes[ii] [7][8] No No
Turbo C++ (tcc) Borland (CodeGear) No No DOS Proprietary (Freeware) Yes No No No
CINT CERN Yes Yes BeBox, DOS, etc. X11/MIT Yes No No No
Clang (clang++) LLVM Project Yes Yes Yes UoI/NCSA Xcode, QtCreator (optional) Yes[ii] [10][11][8] Yes Yes
Comeau C/C++ Comeau Computing Yes Yes Yes Proprietary No No[iii] No No
Cray C/C++ (CC) Cray No Yes No Proprietary No Yes[iv] [12][13] Yes[iv] No
Digital Mars C/C++ (dmc) Digital Mars Yes No DOS Proprietary No Some[14][8] No No
EDG C++ Front End (eccp, edgcpfe) Edison Design Group Yes Yes Yes Proprietary No Yes[iii] [15][8] Yes Partial
EKOPath(pathCC) PathScale and others No Yes Yes Mixed (Proprietary,
Open–source & GPL)
No Yes[v] [16] Partial No
GCC (g++) GNU Project MinGW, MSYS2,
Cygwin,
Yes Yes GPLv3 QtCreator, Kdevelop, Eclipse,
NetBeans, Code::Blocks, Geany
Yes[v] [17][18][8] Yes Yes
HP aC++ (aCC) Hewlett-Packard No HP-UX No Proprietary No Partial[19][8] No No
IAR C/C++ Compilers (icc*) IAR Systems Yes No ⟨Yes⟩ Proprietary IAR Embedded Workbench Yes[20] Yes Partial
Intel C++ Compiler (icc) Intel Yes Linux, macOS, FreeBSD; ⟨Android (x86)⟩ No Proprietary (Freeware)[21] Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode Yes[iii] [22][8] Yes[23] Partial[24]
KAI C++ (KCC) Kuck & Associates, Inc.
⟨subsumed by Intel
No Digital Unix, HP-UX, Linux (x86),
Irix 5.3 & 6.x, Solaris 2.x, UNICOS
No Proprietary No No[iii] [25] No No
Microtec C/C++ (mcc) MentorSiemens Yes Yes Yes Proprietary EDGE Developer Suite No No No
EDGE C/C++[vi] MentorSiemens Yes Yes Yes Proprietary EDGE Developer Suite No No No
Open64 (openCC) HP, AMD, Tsinghua University and others No Yes No Modified GPLv2 No No[v][vii] [26] No No
PGC++ (pgc++) PGINvidia Unsupported[27] Linux, macOS No Proprietary Eclipse, Xcode, Visual Studio Yes[iii] [28][8] Yes Partial
ProDev WorkShop Silicon Graphics No No Yes Proprietary Yes ? ? ?
RealView Compilation Tools (armcc) KeilArm Yes Yes ⟨Yes⟩ Proprietary RealView Development Suite No[iii] [29] No No
Arm Compiler (armcc) KeilArm Yes Yes ⟨Yes⟩ Proprietary μVision, DS-5 Yes[iii] [30][31] No No
Arm Compiler (armclang) KeilArm⟩ (LLVM) Yes Yes ⟨Yes⟩ Proprietary μVision, DS-5 Yes[ii] [32][33] Yes No
Salford C++ Compiler Silverfrost Yes No No Proprietary Yes ? ? ?
SAS/C C++ SAS Institute Windows NT/95 AIX, Solaris/SunOS, Linux IBM mainframe, DOS Proprietary No ? ? ?
SCORE C++ (tpp) DDC-I Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes No No No
Oracle C++ Compiler (CC) Oracle No Linux, Solaris No Proprietary (Freeware) Oracle Developer Studio, NetBeans Yes[34][35][8] Yes No
TenDRA (tcc) TenDRA Project No Yes No BSD No No[36] No No
VectorC Codeplay Yes No PS2⟩, ⟨PS3⟩, etc. Proprietary Visual Studio, CodeWarrior Some[37] No No
Visual C++ (cl) Microsoft Yes Linux, macOS; ⟨Android⟩, ⟨iOS No Proprietary Visual Studio Yes[38][39][8] Yes Partial
VisualAge C++ (vac++) IBM Yes AIX, Linux OS/2, OS/400, z/OS, VM Proprietary VisualAge No No No
XL C/C++ (xlc++) IBM No Linux (POWER & Cell), AIX BlueGene, z/OS, VM Proprietary Eclipse Partial[40][8] No No
Diab Compiler (dcc) Wind RiverTPG Capital Yes Linux, Solaris VxWorks Proprietary Wind River Workbench No[iii] [41] No No

Notes:

  1. ^ List of host operating systems and/or ⟨cross-compilation targets⟩.
  2. ^ a b c Uses a Clang Front End.[10][11]
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Uses an EDG Front End.[15]
  4. ^ a b The Cray C++ Libraries do not support wide characters and only support a single locale.
  5. ^ a b c Uses a GCC Front End.[17][18]
  6. ^ The EDGE C/C++ compiler is based on the Microtec C/C++ compiler.
  7. ^ Last Open64 v5.0 uses GCC 4.2 as its Front End, which doesn't support any C++11.[17][18]

C# compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Visual C# Microsoft Yes iOS No Proprietary Yes
Visual C# Express Microsoft Yes No No Freeware Yes
Mono Xamarin Yes Yes Yes GPLv2 Yes
Portable.NET Dot Gnu Project Yes Yes No GPL No
SharpDevelop IC#Code Team Yes ? ? LGPL Yes
Roslyn .NET Foundation Yes Partial No Apache 2.0[42] No

COBOL compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
IBM COBOL IBM Yes AIX z/OS, z/VM Proprietary Eclipse
NetCOBOL Fujitsu, GTSoftware Yes Yes No Proprietary Yes
GnuCOBOL (formerly OpenCOBOL) Keisuke Nishida, Roger While, Simon Sobisch Yes Yes Yes GPL OCIDE, HackEdit (alpha)
Visual COBOL Micro Focus Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
MCP Unisys No No MCP Proprietary CANDE

Common Lisp compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Target Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Allegro Common Lisp Franz, Inc. Native code Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
Armed Bear Common Lisp Peter Graves JVM Yes Yes Yes GPL Yes
CLISP GNU Project Bytecode Yes Yes Yes GPL No
Clozure CL Clozure Associates Native code Yes Yes No LGPL Yes
CMU Common Lisp Carnegie Mellon University Native code, Bytecode No Yes No Public domain Yes
Corman Common Lisp Corman Technologies Native code Yes No No MIT license Yes
Embeddable Common Lisp Juanjo Garcia-Ripoll Bytecode, C Yes Yes Yes LGPL Yes
GNU Common Lisp GNU Project C Yes Yes No GPL No
LispWorks LispWorks Ltd Native code Yes Yes No Proprietary Yes
mocl Wukix Native code No Yes Yes Proprietary No
Movitz Frode V. Fjeld Native code, own OS No No Yes BSD No
Open Genera Symbolics Ivory emulator, own OS No No Yes Proprietary Yes
Scieneer Common Lisp Scieneer Pty Ltd Native code No Yes No Proprietary No
Steel Bank Common Lisp sbcl.org Native code Yes Yes Yes Public domain Yes

D compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
D (DMD) Digital Mars and others Yes 32-bit Linux, OS X, FreeBSD No Boost (front end), source available for unlicensed backend
[clarification needed]
No
D for .NET ? Yes Yes ? ? ?
GDC GCC Yes Yes No GPL No
LDC LLVM Yes Yes No multiple Open Source license depending on module No

DIBOL/DBL compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Synergy DBL[43][44][45] Synergex Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes

ECMAScript interpreters[edit]

Eiffel compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
EiffelStudio Eiffel Software / Community developed (sourceforge) Yes Yes Yes Dual GPL / Proprietary
[clarification needed]
Yes

Fortran compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Oracle Solaris Studio Oracle Corporation No Linux and Solaris No Proprietary Solaris Studio IDE
PGFORTRAN The Portland Group Yes Linux only Yes Proprietary Visual Studio on Windows
PathScale Compiler Suite SiCortex No Linux only No Proprietary Yes
Absoft Pro Fortran Absoft Yes Linux, OS X Yes Proprietary Yes
G95 Andy Vaught Yes Yes Yes GPL No
GNU Fortran GNU Project Yes Yes Yes GPLv3 Photran (part of Eclipse) Simply Fortran Lahey Fortran
Intel Fortran Compiler Intel Yes Linux and OS X No Proprietary Yes (plugins), Visual Studio on Windows, Eclipse on Linux, XCode on Mac
Open64 Google, HP, Intel, Nvidia, PathScale, Tsinghua University and others Yes Yes Yes GPL No
FTN95 Silverfrost Yes No No Proprietary Yes
NAG Fortran Compiler Numerical Algorithms Group Yes Yes No Proprietary Yes
VS Fortran IBM No No z/OS and z/VM Proprietary Eclipse
XL Fortran IBM No Linux (POWER and Cell) and AIX BlueGene Proprietary Eclipse
sxf90 / sxmpif90 NEC No Yes SUPER-UX Proprietary Yes
MCP Unisys No No MCP Proprietary CANDE
Open Watcom Sybase and Open Watcom Contributors Yes Yes Yes Sybase Open Watcom Public License on Windows, OS/2
Cray Cray Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes

Go compilers[edit]

Compiler Windows OS X Unix-like License type
Gc Yes Yes Yes BSD-style
Gccgo MinGW, Cygwin No Yes GPL
Llgo No No Yes University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License
Gopherjs Yes Yes Yes BSD-2-Clause

Haskell compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type Actively maintained?
HBC Lennart Augustsson
Thomas Johnsson
? Yes No Open source No
GHC GHC Yes Yes No Open source Yes
YHC YHC Yes Yes No Open source No
JHC John Meacham Yes Yes No Open source Yes

Java compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Edison Design Group Edison Design Group Yes Yes Yes Proprietary No
gcj GNU Project No Yes No GPL No
javac Sun Microsystems (Owned by Oracle) Yes Yes Yes BCL Yes
javac OpenJDK Sun Microsystems (Owned by Oracle) Yes Yes Yes GPL Yes
ECJ (Eclipse Compiler for Java) Eclipse project Yes Yes Yes EPL Yes
Jikes IBM ? ? ? ? ?
Power J[46] Sybase (Owned by SAP) Yes ? ? ? Yes

Pascal compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Amsterdam Compiler Kit Andrew Tanenbaum
Ceriel Jacobs
No Yes Yes BSD No
Delphi Embarcadero (CodeGear) Yes Yes (Linux, Mac OS) Yes (iOS, Android) Proprietary Yes
Oxygene (formerly Delphi Prism) RemObjects Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
Free Pascal Florian Paul Klämpfl Yes Yes Yes (OS/2, FreeBSD, Solaris, Haiku, Android, DOS, etc.[note 1]) GPL FPIDE, Lazarus, Geany (on Ubuntu)
GNU Pascal GNU Project Yes Yes Yes GPL No
Kylix Borland
(CodeGear)
No Yes (Linux) No Proprietary Yes
Turbo Pascal for Windows Borland
(CodeGear)
Yes (3.x) No No Proprietary Yes
Microsoft Pascal Microsoft No No Yes (DOS) Proprietary Yes
HP Pascal Hewlett-Packard No No Yes (OpenVMS) Proprietary Unknown
Turbo Pascal CodeGear
(Borland)
No No Yes Freeware Yes
Vector Pascal Glasgow University Yes Yes No OpenSource No
Virtual Pascal Vitaly Miryanov Yes Yes Yes (OS/2) Freeware Yes
MCP Unisys No No MCP Proprietary CANDE

Perl Interpreters[edit]

Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
ActivePerl interpreter ActiveState Yes Yes Yes Free
Perl interpreter Wall/Perl developers Yes Yes Yes Default functionality of Perl and Unix

PL/I compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
IBM Enterprise PL/I IBM Yes No Yes (z/OS) Proprietary No
IBM PL/I(F) IBM No No Yes Free No
Micro Focus Open PL/I Micro Focus Yes Yes No Proprietary Yes

Python compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Target Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Psyco Armin Rigo
Christian Tismer
JIT Yes Yes Yes MIT No
Cython C Yes Yes Yes Apache 2.0 No
Shed Skin C++ Yes Yes Yes GPLv3 and BSD No
PyPy JIT Yes Yes Yes MIT No

Scheme compilers and interpreters[edit]

Compiler Author Target Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Bigloo Manuel Serrano native, bytecode Yes Yes ? GPL (compiler) and LGPL (runtime) No
Chez Scheme R. Kent Dybvig native Yes Yes No Apache 2.0 No
Chicken Scheme The CHICKEN Team C Yes Yes ? BSD No
Common Larceny William Clinger, Lars Hansen CLI Yes ? ? Larceny License[47] No
Gambit Marc Feeley C Yes Yes ? LGPL No
GNU Guile GNU Project bytecode Yes Yes ? LGPL No
Ikarus Scheme Abdulaziz Ghuloum native Yes Yes ? GPL No
IronScheme Llewellyn Pritchard CLI Yes Yes ? Ms-PL No
JScheme Ken Anderson, Tim Hickey, Peter Norvig bytecode Java Java Java zlib License No
Kawa Per Bothner bytecode Java Java Java MIT No
Larceny William Clinger, Lars Hansen native Yes Yes ? Larceny License[47] No
MIT/GNU Scheme GNU Project native Yes Yes ? GPL No
Owl Lisp Aki Helin C Yes Yes ? MIT No
Petit Larceny William Clinger, Lars Hansen C ? Yes ? Larceny License[47] No
Racket PLT Inc. bytecode + JIT Yes Yes No[48] LGPL DrRacket
RScheme Donovan Kolbly C, bytecode ? Yes ? Open source No
Scheme 48 Richard Kelsey, Jonathan Rees C, bytecode Yes Yes ? BSD No
SCM Aubrey Jaffer C Yes Yes AmigaOS, Atari ST, Classic Mac OS, DOS, OS/2, NOS/VE, OpenVMS LGPL No
SISC Scott G. Miller, Matthias Radestock bytecode Java Java Java GPL and MPL No
Stalin Jeffrey Mark Siskind C ? Yes ? LGPL No
Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Gauche Shiro Kawai Yes Yes ? BSD No
Petite Chez Scheme R. Kent Dybvig Yes Yes No Apache 2.0 No

Smalltalk compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Target Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Pharo Pharo Team VM Yes Yes Yes MIT License Yes
GNU Smalltalk GNU Smalltalk project bytecode + JIT Yes Yes No GPL No
VisualWorks Cincom Systems ? Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
Smalltalk MT ObjectConnect native Yes No No Proprietary Yes

Tcl Interpreters[edit]

Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
ActiveTcl ActiveState Yes Yes Yes Free
Tclsh MKS and many others Yes Yes Yes Proprietary and/or free
Wish MKS and many others Yes Yes Yes Proprietary and/or free

VMS Interpreters[edit]

Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Default VMS Digital No No Yes VAX VMS Proprietary

Rexx Interpreters[edit]

Interpreter Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type
Regina Rexx Regina Yes Yes Yes OS/2 Free
ObjectRexx IBM Yes ? Yes Proprietary
Open Object Rexx OO Organisation Yes No No

CLI compilers[edit]

Compiler Author Windows Unix-like Other OSs License type IDE?
Visual Studio Microsoft Yes No No Proprietary Yes
Mono Mono Yes Yes No Open source Yes
Delphi Prism RemObjects Yes Yes Yes Proprietary Yes
Portable.NET Dot Gnu Project Yes Yes No GPL Unknown

Open source compilers[edit]

Production quality, open source compilers.

Research compilers[edit]

Research compilers are mostly not robust or complete enough to handle real, large applications. They are used mostly for fast prototyping new language features and new optimizations in research areas.

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Further details on supported hosts and targets may be found on the lists of official installers and supported targets.

References[edit]

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