Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Sun 1st Jan 2012 19:42 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS Red/System, the new programming language that is used in the Syllable project, has reached its next milestone: an ARM code generator backend for its compiler. It supports Android (screenshot) and generic ARM Linux (screenshot on Debian). Earlier, the backend for generating Mac OS X executables was already completed (for x86 CPUs so far).
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RE: Comment by henderson101
by -pekr- on Thu 5th Jan 2012 17:54 UTC in reply to "Comment by henderson101"
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Henderson - you should either know what you are talking about, or better stay silent, if you can't make a logical argument. Cipri is Syllable troll, period. You can go into ANY Syllable past related article here, and see his posts, very often addressing his own agenda and being topic unrelated.

So Syllable failed, because REBOL came into town? Great to know, that language can destroy OS development :-) And as for Vanders, he said his own words to the topic too.

Try better next time. There's many topics here at OSNews, and if I am not interested, I either don't read it, or I stay away from commenting. So Syllable got early RED support - what's wrong with that? That news is not a rocket science to understand ...

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