Pardon me for asking, but... “why do you even give-a-damn whether the code “runs faster,” if nobody on this planet will ever have a pragmatic business reason to submit source-code to your compiler, anyway?”
I think that I am entirely safe to say that this entire project (sic ...) can be summarized as follows:
- Let’s invent a New Language, as though nobody on this planet had ever done such a thing before.
- Let’s co-opt the tread of a well-established mainstream language and graft our own version++ moniker onto it, then keep “butting to the head of the line” on that language’s already-established Internet forums with our message of “how good it was going to be.”
- Having thusly co-opted our “fifteen minutes of fame,” let us repeatedly demonstrate that we actually have no idea what the language ought to consist of, nor of which interpreter (hey!! let’s hitch a ride on Java!!) ought to run our brainchild.
- Let’s just keep “butting our way into the head of the line” on the forums of the existing language upon which we wish to hang our undeserved coat-tails, all the time insisting that our project is, legitimately, The Next Big Thing™ ... in hopes that, after a decade or two, that community will actually begin to believe us.
- For lack of anything better to talk about, let’s talk about Optimization. “Even though you have no pragmatic use for this, it sure is fast!”
Well, that’s just not the way that software engineering works. Your project failed. It is dead. It was dead half a decade ago. Please, bury the dammed thing and get lost.