Clanger: An Interpreted Systems Programming Language

@article{Roscoe1995ClangerAI,
  title={Clanger: An Interpreted Systems Programming Language},
  author={Timothy Roscoe},
  journal={Operating Systems Review},
  year={1995},
  volume={29},
  pages={13-20}
}
Clanger is a powerful, yet simple, command language for the Nemesis operating system. It uses runtime type information to interface directly with operating system components. Clanger is a combination of command-line interpreter, scripting language, debugger and prototyping tool. This paper describes why such a language is possible, how it is being implemented, and outlines the language as it currently stands. 

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