The Canterbury Pascal for Java compiler is implemented in Java and generates plain Java. The evaluation versions is time-limited and has some language restrictions. An unrestricted version can now be ordered.
The term “SQLJ” refers to a series of specifications for ways to use the Java TM programming language with SQL. The specifications are in several parts: SQLJ: Embedded SQL – Specifications for embedding SQL statements in Java methods. SQLJ: SQL Routines – Specifications for calling Java static methods as SQL stored procedures and user-defined functions. SQLJ: SQL Types – Specifications for using Java classes as SQL user-defined datatypes. A reference implementation of SQLJ has been provided by Oracle.
DB/C JX is a Java-based application development tool that compiles the DB/C programming language into Java class files. DB/C is an application development tool for the DB/C programming language which is based on the ANSI Standard PL/B programming language. The Java class files created by the DB/C JX compiler will run in an Java 1.1 runtime environment, including web browsers, network computers, handheld computers and traditional data processing platforms.
COCO/R is a compiler generator which takes a compiler description in the form of an LL(1) attributed grammar and generates the scanner and the parser of the described parser.
Andrew Myers’ JIF (Java Information Flow) language provides language-based information flow control with mostly-static checking. Programs written in JIF can run on a standard JVM, but the system requires certain runtime components to provide full functionality. The goal of this project is to design and implement the principals hierarchy, I/O channels, and other runtime components required by the JIF system.
JAMES 007 is an graphical editor for Message Sequence Charts. It aids in developing textual, but also graphical representations of MSCs. Its special benefit is the generation of JAVA-Sourcecode for a MSCs.
f2j is part of a broader effort to provide computational resources over the World Wide Web. The f2j project has two facets. One is to emit as much compilable, verifiable, correctly running Java source from Fortran source code, the other is to translate Fortran to Jasmin assembler opcode for assembly into class files. The f2j compiler is currently a special purpose tool, that is, certain design decisions necessary to provide a general tool for translating Fortran to Java have been postponed until working code for the BLAS and LAPACK libraries has been emitted and tested.
Tiger is an example language from the book Modern Compiler Implementation in Java by Andrew W. Appel