Getting Started

The OZone project is an environment that provides a single format to generate executable programs for virtually any system or platform. It is similar to Assembly language, but uses a common XML format to define CPU instructions, memory addresses, I/O addresses, Pre-defined constants, and even low-level functions and high-level classes that can be embedded inline or referenced at run-time.

The key to this system of development is the Program Schema, which defines all of the possible "primitive" types that can be generated by the XML compiler. This includes numeric values, addresses, character strings, and various elements to control naming scope and memory alignment.

Last edited Jan 30, 2015 at 3:44 AM by JoshuaBair, version 2