The Blue Programming Language 1.7.5

The Blue Programming Language project is a unique bytecode-compiled language.
The Blue Programming Language project is a unique bytecode-compiled language that implements the most effective capabilities of many popular programming languages in a clear and concise syntax. Plugin modules are easy to develop and can add functions, types, and even programming paradigms to the language without interfering with the syntax.

Blue is still early in its early development stage so very little optimization has been done, and its functionality grows every day. The following introduction is by no means a comprehensive description of blue's capabilities.

Installation:

- Download the source
- Extract the archive. "tar -xvzf blue1.0.tar.gz"
- cd into the extracted directory. "cd blue"
- Execute make. "make"
- su to root. "su root"
- Execute make install 1. "make install"
- Execute make test. "make test"

Replace "make install" command with "make install INSTALL_DIR="/different/dir" to install to an alternate location.

Main features:

  • Free (GPL'd)
  • A cross-platform programming language
  • A dynamic language with a simple and consistant syntax
  • Bytecode compiled
  • Garbage collected
  • Incredibly easy to expand with native functionality

last updated on:
April 15th, 2009, 11:11 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Erik Lechak
homepage:
www.lechak.info
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Programming \ Compilers

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What's New in version 1.7.1
  • This release adds the "def" keyword used to set the default object, and syntax that simplifies operations on the default object.
  • Work has been started on a new simplified GUI.
  • Several small bugs have been fixed.
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