Invocation Programming Language is a development environment and testbed for the concurrent programming language described in Karl Fant's book "Computer Science Reconsidered: The Invocation Model of Process Expression".
It comprises a C++ class hierarchy for representing language internals, a parser, and a graphical editor/interpreter for experiment with the language.
Invocation Programming Language builds on top of ivtools-1.2.5 and is dual-licensed under the GPL Version 2.0 and a commercial license available from info AT vectaport.com.
The Invocation Language, along with Null-Convention Logic (also invented by Karl Fant -- see his first book "Logically Determined Design: Clockless System Design with NULL Convention Logic" -- Wiley-Interscience, 2005) represents a fundamentally new and different way of creating and programming computers, derived from a theory that re-lays the foundations of computer science, expanding it to encompass physical and biological processes as well as those of human design.
· ivtools 1.2.6
What's New in This Release:
· New sample programs: lwarp.ipd and iterator.ipd.
· Requires ivtools 1.2.6.