I was sooo amused when I heard about the most common error report when Delphi was released to the linux platform: "the compile button doesn't do anything"...
The "fix" was to introduce a checkbox that defaulted to not close the compile window once complete :-)
For being so open-sourced they are quite close-minded ;-)
Usually interpreters don't create any code but use the source language as instructions to the interpreter. The situation is complicated by the existence of compilers which compile to an intermediate code (Java byte code for example), then compile the byte code to machine code.
"Liquid Crystal Display Displays" This bothers me. 220.127.116.11 19:59, 13 March 2014 (UTC)