The Open Transport Language Deluxe is a compiler construction project by two students of the University of Twente, The Netherlands. The idea behind the language is based on the popular open source game OpenTTD.
The basis of the language's grammar is derrived from Pascal. Since most languages strive to be short and efficient we decided to use the opposite approach and made the language more difficult to use. Because of the huge amount of text that you will have when writing a program in OTLD we decided to use the file extension
.tldr as a joke.
All of the grammatical constructs are derrived from train logistical systems. Instead of using booleans, conditionals and the like you will be encountering wagons, waypoints and signals.
Since our compiler compiles OTLD files to Java code the language can be used on any computer capable of running Java.
For installation instructions and a full specification of the language, please check out our github page.