The Moby Programming Language

What is Moby?

Moby is an experiment in language design and implementation. Our goal is to combine support for class-based object-oriented programming and higher-order concurrency with the desirable features of ML-like languages: advanced module systems, parametric polymorphism, inductive datatypes, pattern matching, and first-class functions. The Moby project started out as a testbed for the design of ML2000.

Moby is primarily a collaboration between Kathleen Fisher and John Reppy. Much of the work on Moby was done while John Reppy was an MTS at Bell Labs in the Computing Sciences Research Center.

Last modified: February 22, 2011
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