A statically typed, compiled programming language.
A backtracking LL(0) parser emits x86 assembly for nasm. A runtime library written in raw x86 assembly provides a reference-counted object system and a string library.
Pexl is a high-level language, supporting first-class/higher-order functions, reference counting, and some type inference.
The compiler runs on Win32 and Linux to produce small (~2KB) fully contained executables (no libc dependency).