Legacy ATS v1 language compiler, named Anairiats
DescriptionATS is a programming language with a highly expressive type system rooted in the framework Applied Type System. In particular, both dependent types and linear types are available in ATS. The current implementation of ATS (ATS/Anairiats) is written in ATS itself. It can be as efficient as C/C++ and supports a variety of programming paradigms. In addition, ATS contains a component ATS/LF that supports a form of (interactive) theorem proving, where proofs are constructed as total functions. With this component, ATS advocates a programming style that combines programming with theorem proving. Furthermore, this component may be used as a logical framework to encode various deduction systems and their (meta-)properties. This package contains the compiler atsopt, the frontend atscc, and the lexer atslex. This is the final release of ATS1. Please migrate your code to ATS2/Postiats, the compiler frontend patscc (patsopt), in the package ats2-lang. This package is for legacy code and bootstrapping purposes.
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