A Revolutionary Code Translator & Transformer


Due to the deprecation of a compiler, we had 750,000 lines of code written in the 1989 version of the C programming language that would no longer compile. We also had ~5 million lines of code that we wanted to rapidly package into a new approach for code delivery (Power Aptivs). The former could take twenty coders two years to do and the latter could take five times that amount of resources and time.


To address these issues, we decided that we would create a new Aptiv made from meaning coordinates. We knew that we would not have the resources to do the coding by hand and we wanted to test out the theory that meaning coordinates could be directed at programming languages. It worked flawlessly for natural language. We had a high-level of confidence that it would work for machine languages as well.

We created the Chameleon Aptiv. It took approximately four weeks to assemble the meaning coordinates required.


Transformed source code from C99 to C++14, Objective C, and pseudo code

Accuracy of translation (new code compiled with zero errors)

~5MLOC Packaged as Power Aptivs (hot-swappable code + Meaning Coordinates)

We will announce when Chameleon is available as a service. Contact us for a solution that goes beyond the simplistic capabilities of low-code approaches. View the video clips below to see demonstrations of Chameleon.

1. Generating & Exporting Code

2. Importing & Stylizing Code

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