Mops

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Mops

Like Yerk, Mops is descended from the ex-commercial object-oriented language Neon. It was developed by Michael Hore <mikeh@kralizec.zeta.org.au>. Mops features an optimising native-code compiler; it is much faster than Yerk, but less compatible with Neon. Mops includes extensions such as multiple inheritance.

Version 2.3.1 includes a compiler, documentation and an editor.

A Macintosh version is available. ftp://oddjob.uchicago.edu/pub/Yerk.

MOPS

(Mega <million> Operations Per Second) The measurement of instructional performance of a system. It often refers to DSP operations. See GOPS. See also MOP.