Add it to your Download Basket!
Add it to your Watch List!
What's new in Seed7 2014-02-02:
- The manual chapter describing the foreign function interface has been improved.
- The handling of Unicode in the console has been improved.
- All strings which are passed to C functions are checked now.
- The performance of several runtime functions has been improved.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License)
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Thomas Mertes
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Programming \ Compilers
Features at a glance
Key features include user-defined operators and statements, support for object orientation (multiple dispatch and interfaces), support for debugging source code, strong typing support, exception handling support, overloading of procedures, statements, operators and functions, as well as support for various predefined types, such as resizable arrays, bitsets, hashes, structs, time, color, duration, etc.
Additionally, Seed7 supports bigRational and bigInteger types for numbers, allows users to easily define generics and templates without using a special syntax, and it comes with predefined constructs, such as for-loops and arrays. Another interesting feature is that the software allows developers to create programs that are portable from the get-go, without having to modify the source code.
Automatic memory management
Seed7 also comes with automatic memory management functionality, which works out-of-the-box without having to use a garbage collector. In addition, the software helps developers to easily find errors when compiling their programs, thanks to the absence of automatic casts and static type checking.
Supported OSes, licenses and availability
Seed7 runs under any GNU/Linux operating system, as well as various UNIX and Microsoft Windows OSes. It is good to know that while the runtime library is distributed under the LGPL license, the interpreter and the example programs are available for download with a GPL license.
Seed7 was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 19th, 2015