Well me and my team had the idea of creating our own Virtual machine with our own programming language. We were gonna design it with an idea of having a "dictionary file" this file would contain the syntax information for our language and Our theory is to create multiple language dictionaries so we could even have a c++ programming language running on a virtual machine which could hopefully elminate the issue with being crossplatform compliant. We even had the idea of making a Visual Basic language interface because I know there are quite a bit of programmers in VB (SADLY) and this could enable the commercial market to build more LINUX based programs that would run on both machine architectures. Anyway I want to come up with the most efficient way possible in doing this. I probably would take the code written and send it through a compiler that would read the dictionary file and put it into a universal code type for the Virtual Machine. If you guys had any ideas it would be much appreciated. How would you guys go about doing it and what would be the most efficient and reliable way. Our team does have an assembly programmer and he might write some external functions to see if he can increase the speed in some areas. Thanks for your help. Also if you guys are interested in joining our programming team on this project my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org and our website is http://darkpenguin.sytes.net
we will need both linux and windows c++ programmers to pull this off. and you must have some decent knowledge of the language. Please reply to this with your ideas. on how we could do this.