- Types and type casting – Type information is generally discarded, but becomes important in variable declaration and in casting (which is generally handled well).
- Classes – The full class system is supported (can be instantiated, etc. just fine).
- Method overloading and multiple constructors – Within classes you can have multiple method (or constructor) definitions – with the appropriate methods being called, based upon their signature length.
- Inheritance – Even classical-style inheritance is supported.
The second portion of the project is the full 2d Processing API. This includes all sorts of different methods:
- Shapes drawing
- Canvas manipulation
- Pixel utilities
- Image drawing
- Math functions
- Keyboard and mouse access
- Objects (point, arrays, random number generators)
- Color manipulation
- Font selection and text drawing
The full source code of The Processing Language is contained within a single file. It comes in at about 5000 lines, compresses down to less than 10kb. It is licensed under MIT license.
License: MIT License