UnderC for Windows and
Linux vs 1.2.8 has been released
of the UnderC project is to produce a useful C++ interpreter which
supports "pocket" versions of standard library classes
(iostreams, strings, vectors, lists, maps, etc) and the STL
algorithms. It is particularly intended to make life easier
for students beginning C++.
A beta version of USE (the UnderC Scripting
Environment) is now available; see the downloads section. Here
is a screenshot showing USE debugging itself.
Now with less restrictive License as a Shared Library
freely available as both source and binaries under the GNU Library
General Public License (LGPL).
version can import C++ libraries built with both MSVC++ 6.0 and
GCC 2.95. UnderC classes derived from imported classes can
override virtual member functions, allowing the extension of
compiled C++ code using interpreted code. A new feature as
from 1.1.3 is UCRI, the UnderC Reflection Interface.
UC code can now query the type system, create objects and even
instantiate template functions dynamically.
a fully interactive system, where statements are evaluated
immediately. This allows students to receive instant
feedback. Please see the command summary.
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C++ By Example
brought out C++ By Example in early 2002, which uses UnderC
to introduce C++ interactively.
UnderC Development Project, Steve Donovan, 2001-2002