Oxford and Cambridge Compilers Ltd

Oxford and Cambridge Compilers Limited (OCCL) was formed in 1994 to further develop and promote the compiler technology created by its directors. This technology had since 1984 received commercial exploitation through Algol Applications Limited.

Our principal product is our Algol 68 compiler which is available for the following platforms:

We have also developed a compiler for the Inmos Transputer family (T800 and T9000) and would welcome enquiries about support for any platforms not listed above.

If you are interested in programming languages, we have a white paper about Algol 68 which also discusses our implementation for OS/2.

We have also developed high-performance Fortran 90 compilers in conjunction with and marketed by N.A.Software Ltd. This uses the same core technology as our Algol 68 compilers.

We also publish Dr Sian Leitch's book "Programming Algol Made Easy" which may be ordered separately.

More about OCCL...


How to contact us

Price List and Ordering Information

For further information email enquiries@occl-cam.demon.co.uk

Peter Craven by email

Dave Lloyd by email or phone +44 1223 572074

By post:

    Oxford and Cambridge Compilers Ltd
    25 Radegund Road, Cambridge CB1 3RH
    GB

Registered Office

1-5 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3JR.

Company No: 2826920

VAT Registration No: GB 636 9946 81 


© Oxford and Cambridge Compilers Ltd. Last updated 30 Nov 1996. / dave@occl-cam.demon.co.uk