High-level dynamically typed programming language
Neko has been designed to provide a common runtime for several
The compiler converts a source file (.neko) into a bytecode file (.n)
that can be executed with the Virtual Machine. You can use the
compiler as standalone commandline executable separated from the VM,
or as a Neko library to perform compile-and-run for interactive
The virtual machine is both very lightweight and well optimized. It
can be easily embedded into other applications, and libraries are
directly accessible using the C foreign function interface.
Neko was written by Nicolas Cannasse.
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