Note: this post is from 2007, outbound links may be broken.
Pixilang – pixel oriented programming language
Pixilang is a simple programming language for small graphics/sound applications.
It was created by Alex Zolotov (NightRadio) and Mik Razuvaev (Goglus) for non-programmers, demosceners and designers. Pixilang programs keeps in a TXT-files, so you can edit it in any text-editor.
Screenshots of Pixilang in action
The latest version of Pixilang (v1.2) is now working on WinCE and adds functions for working with streaming sound (changelog).
- easy syntax and small amount of commands;
- universal containers (pixi) using for text/gfx storage;
- pixel graphics describing in a source TXT-files directly (using ASCII symbols);
- transparency (simple and with alpha-channel);
- simple commands for rotation and resize;
- no floating point math operations – only 32bit integers are using;
- playing music in MOD and XM formats (using PsyTexx engine);
- functions for sound synthesis;
- loading GIF (animated) and JPG file formats;
- realtime export to GIF;
Pixilang interpreter works on different operation systems (Windows, Linux, PalmOS) and distibuting under GNU GPL license.
Download the latest version of Pixilang here.
Link via Music Thing