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Once upon a time, there were a programming language named Tiger, and nobody used it. Then some stupid student though 'lets write a clone of cowsay'. And that is how I was born

An implementation of the classic Perl program cowsay in the Tiger programming language from the Modern Compiler Implementation in ML/C/Java books.

Written in November 2017, mostly for the kicks, but also for testing my group's Tiger-compiler.

The framework we're using does not allow us to parse commandline-arguments, so the only way to interact with tigersay is to pipe into the compiled program. For example echo "Grrrrr" | tigersay. For the same reasons it does not support alternative faces.


License is beerware:

<jonjmaa@gmail.com> wrote this program. As long as you retain this notice you
can do whatever you want with this stuff. If we meet some day, and you think
this stuff is worth it, you can buy me a beer in return.
- Jon Michael Aanes