This demonstration package contains the cyboi interpreter pre-compiled for 64-Bit-Linux and some example applications.
After unpacking, change into package directory, for example:
Execute an application, for example:
This is a source code package (tar.gz tarball), which is meant to be used by developers.
The cyboi interpreter is currently compilable and runnable on Linux only.Download Source Code
This link leads to the cybop download directory containing all versions and signature files.View Directory
Different open source licences apply to the various parts of CYBOP.
The concepts behind Cybernetics Oriented Programming (CYBOP) and all documentation about it are released under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL). It ensures that all CYBOP ideas are freely available, better understandable and extensible by anybody.
The Cybernetics Oriented Interpreter (CYBOI) is the active core system that serves as interface between the computer hardware and the passive knowledge encoded in CYBOL. It is placed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) so that it will always be free, and any extensions to it will be free as well.
The XML- or JSON-based Cybernetics Oriented Language (CYBOL) is used to model abstract knowledge. The CYBOL core models are put under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), so that not only free software developers (knowledge modellers) can make use of them, but also commercial companies. The reason is that companies use algorithms, workflows, concepts, organisational knowledge and data in general, which they want to keep private. An insurance company, for instance, uses special algorithms to calculate their policies; healthcare institutions use their own organisational concepts.