These are all of the implementations of ALGOL 68 on Rosetta Code.
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- ALGOL 68G is an interpreter that runs on Windows, MAC OS and Linux and a good way to get started with ALGOL 68. Latest version here.
- Algol68toc Compiler - generates C which is then compiled with GCC. Available from github here and from Sourceforge here
- Rutgers ALGOL 68 is an interpreter for Windows/DOS/Linux (License here - non-commercial) interpreter available here.
Current And Historic Implementations
A comprehensive list of implementations and a description of each implementation can be found at Computer History Museum - Software Preservation Group - The following is based on an extract:
- Algol68C (University of Cambridge)
- ALGOL 68 Genie (a68g)
- Algol 68H (University of Alberta; Mathematisch Centrum)
- Algol68Nix A bootstrap compiler by NYU's Computer Science Ph.D. Candidate Antonio R. Nicolosi
- ALGOL 68-R (Royal Radar Establishment, Malvern) The first Algol 68 implementation.
- ALGOL 68RS (Royal Signals and Radar Establishment, Malvern)
- ALGOL 68S (University of Liverpool; Carnegie-Mellon University; University of Manchester)
- Algol68toc ALGOL 68RS based compiler, extracted from the ELLA package by Sian Mountbatten
- ALGOL-N (Kyoto University)
- Berlin ALGOL 68 (Technische Universität Berlin)
- CDC ALGOL 68
- FLACC (Full Language Algol68 Checkout Compiler)
- Interactive Algol68 (Algol Applications Limited; Orthogonal Software; Oxford and Cambridge Compilers Limited)
- Mary (Norwegian Institute of Technology; Penobscot Research Center)
- MBLE (Research Laboratory of Manufacture Belge de Lampes et de Materiel Electronique S.A., Brussels) ALGOL 68
- Mini ALGOL 68 (Mathematisch Centrum)
- Munich (Technische Hochschule Munich) ALGOL 68
- Oklahoma State University Algol 68
- Portable compiler written in CWEB at Université de Poitiers by Marc van Leeuwen
- Rutgers (DIMACS) Algol-68