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Welcome to the yoob wiki. yoob is a framework for implementing esoteric programming languages in Java™. It aims to make it easy for a user to experiment with a large number of esolangs with a minimal install burden (i.e. in a Java applet), and to make it easy for designers to rapidly implement and showcase their esolangs.

The current version of yoob is 0.3. The API should not be expected to be stable through the 0.x series.

More information on yoob can be found in the yoob article on the esowiki.

An instance of yoob running as a Java applet can be found in the yoob exhibit of Cat's Eye Technologies' Gallery of Interactive Esolangs.

Ideas for Future Development

Please see the Issue Tracker for tickets against yoob for proposed improvements.

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