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AsmGofer is an advanced Abstract State Machine (ASM) programming system, which runs under several platforms (Unix-based or MS-based operating systems). The aim of the AsmGofer system is to provide a modern ASM interpreter embedded in the well known functional programming language Gofer. Gofer is a subset of Haskell -- the de-facto standard for strongly typed lazy functional programming languages.
AsmGofer is an extension of TkGofer in order to support graphical user interfaces. The design and implementation was done by Joachim Schmid at Siemens Research in Munich. Wolfram Schulte (University of Ulm) was also involved in the design of AsmGofer. He had the idea about integrating the ASM semantics into the Gofer system and gave useful hints and comments.
Information about compiling and using AsmGofer under Windows 95/NT is given on this site. This information is only relevant if you don't use the unix environment cygwin for Windows 95/NT and if you don't use the provided setup program AsmGofer-v1.1.exe for Microsoft Windows.
The AsmGofer distribution is available for download. The package is only for personal or educational use. For further details see the Gofer license in the package.
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