Re: Can anyone decipher the patents?
My impression from skimming the claims:
1. A programming language which includes C-compatible constructs, and other constructs which are not compatible with C.
2. A first-stage compiler which splits a given source unit into the C and non-C code.
3. A second stage which compiles the C and non-C in parallel, using appropriate sub-compilers.
4. Linking the sucker back together, with certain restrictions on what the C code is allowed to do (in particular, not fuck with the stuff protected by the constructs of the non-C).
Ho and hum.