Gago | Programming Language Built in Go
if you are looking for the docs, go here
Gago is a interpreted programming language. It is fully written in Go.
- Module implementation
- Easy embedding into your Go application
The gago standard library is not yet written. (as of v0.3-alpha)
The gago builtins module: (as of v0.3-alpha)
print(args...)type: function. Doc:
prints the specified values seperated by a space
inputtype: function. Doc
gets input from stdin until newline
teststringtype: global variable. Use:
Download from the releases page
Gago started as an experiment to find out how hard it would be to build a programming language in Go. With all the standard library written in Go, it would be faster than many programming languages, such as Python.
It can also be used as a wrapper around Go, since any Gago expression can be written in Go.
- Lexes all tokens correctly
- Parses some simple expressions to AST
- Is able to run the AST available right now (in the VM)
- Has a builtin module, which will be extended.
Taking the project further is the main goal. Making a simple language which can run just like any programming language would be a end goal. Once Gago is ready to run some of the more basic code, running benchmarks will be added.
Gago is currently in a pre-release or beta state.
This project is licensed under the MIT licence.