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cpi

Tiny c++ interpreter

Tiny C++ Interpreter

Cpi is a tiny interpreter for C++11 or C++14.

Requirements

The following softwares are needed to build and execute cpi. The compilers are used as interpreter of cpi internally.

Install

Linux:

  $ qmake
  $ make
  $ sudo make install

Windows:

**********************************************************************
** Visual Studio 2017 Developer Command Prompt v15.9.17
** Copyright (c) 2017 Microsoft Corporation
**********************************************************************
[vcvarsall.bat] Environment initialized for: 'x64'

> C:\Qt\5.13.2\msvc2017_64\bin\qtenv2.bat
Setting up environment for Qt usage...
> cd (cpi root directory)
> qmake
> nmake

Interactive Mode

  $ cpi
  Cpi 2.0.0
  Type ".help" for more information.
  Loaded INI file: /home/foo/.config/cpi/cpi.conf

  cpi> 3 << 23;        (Bitwise operation)
  25165824
  
  cpi> int a = 3;
  cpi> ~a;              (Complement)
  -4
  cpi> a ^ 2;           (XOR)
  1
  
  cpi> auto func = [](int n) { return n*n; };     (Lambda function)
  cpi> func(3);
  9
    
  cpi> .quit         ( or press ctrl+c )

Executive mode

Save C++ source code as hello.cpp.

#include <iostream>

int main()
{
    std::cout << "Hello world\n";
    return 0;
}

Run cpi in command line.

  $ cpi hello.cpp
  Hello world

Immediately compiled and executed! Almost a script language, but the source file is also C++ program which a compiler can compile successfully.

Next code outputs a square root of input argument.
Specify options for compiler or linker with “CompileOptions: “ word. In this example, linking math library specified by “-lm” option.

#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
#include <cstdlib>
using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    if (argc != 2) return 0;

    cout << sqrt(atoi(argv[1])) << endl;
    return 0;
}
// CompileOptions: -lm
  $ cpi sqrt.cpp 2
  1.41421

  $ cpi sqrt.cpp 3
  1.7320

Running like a scripting language

Adding a shebang, save as hello.cpps. No longer compiled in a C++ compiler successfully.

#!/usr/bin/env cpi
#include <iostream>

int main()
{
    std::cout << "Hello world\n";
    return 0;
}
  $ chmod +x hello.cpps
  $ ./hello.cpps
  Hello world

Yes, a shell script. I named it CppScript.

Help

  cpi> .help
   .conf        Display the current values for various settings.
   .help        Display this help.
   .rm LINENO   Remove the code of the specified line number.
   .show        Show the current source code.
   .quit        Exit this program.

Download

Download Page

Web Site

http://treefrogframework.github.io/cpi/