Zilly - ZIL-to-Python Translator
This is the beginnings of a ZIL compiler which uses Python as its
ZIL is Zork Implementation Language, the language in which Infocom
wrote their interactive fiction. Details of this language were long
thought to be lost, but recently a manual for it has come to light:
This event, combined with my penchant for language hackery, has
resulted in the inception of this impulsive, ill-considered,
time-wasting and quite probably never-to-be-finished project.
You'll need a Python interpreter installed on your system to use this.
If you're using Linux, you probably already have one. Otherwise, visit
www.python.org to get one for your platform.
For more info, see the README.