The Feeny Programming Language
February 4, 2020
Feeny was first introduced in the University of California, Berkeley graduate course Virtual Machines and Managed Runtimes taught by Mario Wolczko and Patrick S. Li.
The course walks the class through a from-scratch implementation of Feeny, starting with a simple abstract syntax tree interpreter and ending with a just-in-time compiler. The exercises are self-contained and can be understood by anyone with experience coding in the C programming language.
The full Feeny repository is online on GitHub.
Or you can get a zip file with all of the course exercises here: feeny.zip