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Marst is an Algol to C translator. It automatically translates programs written in the algorithmic language Algol 60 to the C programming language. The package includes three main components: the translator, MARST, that translates Algol 60 programs to the C programming language; the library, ALGLIB, that contains precompiled standard Algol 60 procedures and other necessary library routines (this library, referred to as libalgol.a in the distribution, is to be used at linking stage); and the converter, MACVT, that converts existing Algol 60 programs from other representations to MARST representation.
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released on 30 June 2007
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