The idea of Imaginary Microcomputers is to design simple computers, similar to vintage home computers.
Large groups of these computers are then simulated on a PC in parallel.
This is where the magic begins: The microcomputers are able to connect and talk to each other.
Compared to traditional software development, the approach promises significant advances in security, robustness, flexibility, self-management, portability and mobility.
· Java 2 Standard Edition Runtime Environment
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bugs in the C++ frontend were fixed.
· A "hello world" example written in C++ now compiles correctly.