Jovial is a block-structured procedural language derived from early versions of Algol. It provided Algol-like data types and syntax, with structural extensions for large-scale software engineering and for real-time systems. Jovial is standardized. The original 1973 specification was US MIL-STD-1589, and the most recent 1984 edition of the language standard is MIL-STD-1589C.
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Semantic Designs JOVIAL Front End
Enables the construction of JOVIAL custom compilers, analysis tools, or source transformation tools. It is a member of SD's family of language front ends, based on first-class infrastructure (DMS) for implementing such custom tools.
Semantic Designs: JOVIAL2C Translator
Converts source code written in JOVIAL to functionally equivalent source code in C taking advantage of some GNU 3.0 extensions of C. Examples of source code translation.
Software Engineering Associates (SEA)
Develops and maintains multi-host/multi-target JOVIAL language translators and support environment tools. Compilers currently include Intel/WinX, UNIX, Sun/SPARC, PowerPC, MAC/OSx, 1750A.
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