Christopher Browne <cbbrowne(at)acm(dot)org> writes:
> There are essentially four choices:
I suppose there are as many possible choices as there are bytecode
compiled systems out there. One could consider Icon, CLISP, Python,
PHP, OCAML, CMU/CL, all of which have bytecode compilers.
But none of those VMs are particularly intended to be reused/abused
for other purposes; they were designed for the convenience of the
respective language implementors.
Mind you, the Icon VM is probably pretty stable by now :-).
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